On Sat, Jul 29, 2000 at 09:13:58AM +0200, Ralf Treinen wrote:
> On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 11:26:05 +0200, Sven Luther wrote:
> > I would vote for a separate package.
> > Are the licence issues ok ?
> This is actually a point that has to be settled. The CL distribution has
> caml-latex2e and caml-tex in the contrib directory, without any separate
> copyright notice, which seems to imply that these packages fall under
> the INRIA licence. However, I contacted Jens Kloecker,
> the author of caml-latex2e, and he told me that the copyright actually is
> with him. I will ask him to put it under GPL. In this case I would
> just package ocaml-latex and not ocaml-tex (which is a contrib
> by Xavier Leroy).
That would be nice ...
> > Also it would be nice to produce one or more ocaml-task packages for easy
> > install of the various ocaml related stuff. This would also be proposed at the
> > "Easy way" of installing for the first install.
> > Any volunteer for it ?
> How many ocaml development packages do we have? Seems a bit premature to me.
Well, not only developpment, but general ocaml stuff.
I think we have already various ocaml packages, i myself package ocaml, mlgtk,
mldvi, and did some packaging for ocamltk. But you have lot of packages and
others i guess too. And maybe i will soon split ocaml in various binaries.
I agree that this is premature for now, but it will be needed before woody