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Re: FretsOnFire

On Thu, 1 Feb 2007, Miriam Ruiz wrote:

I've temporarily placed my current debian/ directory for Frets on Fire at:


New one here: http://mjj29.matthew.ath.cx/fretsonfire-debian.tar.gz

I've updated a bunch of stuff in the debian directory (see the
changelog) and done some general tidying. The only lintian errors left
are that a bunch of data files are install executable, these should be
changed either when creating the orig.tar.gz, or in the install target
by using install -m rather than cp.

I'm sorry I cannot add it to SVN yet due to some firewall here :(

Do you want me to do that?

To get the orig.tar.gz file, which must be re-created because the code must be
fetched from a different .tgz than the data, see the get-orig-function in
debian/rules. The orig is nearly 30 Mb so I won't upload mine.

also, upstream's website is currently broken, and some of the links now
go via sourceforge's mirror pages.

5) Once we know which data we'll include, separate package in two:
fretsonfire/any and fretsonfire-data/all

Are we going to compile the python files then? it currently works fine
without doing so on mine (as a -all package).


Matthew Johnson

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