Re: Boot-Floppies: chinese task package
On Wed, 15 Sep 1999 03:24:40 +0800
"Martin Bialasinski" <email@example.com> wrote:
> we redesign the boot floppy's package selection system (preselections
> of packages).
> The current list will be transfered to ordinary packages, thous
> making the whole thing easier to manage. Also this allows to select
> a packageset after the initial installation.
> See the task-sgml and task-sgml-dev packages in unstable for an
> One task package is a task-chinese package. I like you to take a look
> at the control file and comment on it, and it would be even cooler if
> one of you could take this package (the controlfile can be expanded
> into a package using equivs). The only thing to be done is to manage
> the Depends: list in the control file, so it is not much work, but you
> are in the natural position to maintain the task-chinese package.
> Here is the control file, I'd love to hear from you.
> Section: misc
> Priority: optional
> Standards-Version: 126.96.36.199
> Package: task-chinese
> Version: 0.1
> Maintainer: Martin Bialasinski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Depends: cwnn, doc-linux-zh, intlfonts-chinese, rxvt-ml, wnn-common, xcin, xfntbig5p-cmex24m, xfonts-cjk
Are input method servers neccessary for boot floppies? I don't thnis so.
> Architecture: all
> Description: Chinese-speaking environment
> This task package installs modifications that makes it easier to use
> Debian for chinese-related operations.
> It includes fonts, modified programs and documentation
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