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Re: libg++, upgrading

joost witteveen writes:
> I noticed that upgrading to libg++ fixes this (and tried
> to email this to you, but I guess you haven't had time to answer yet).

I'm copying this to debian-devel since my mail doesn't want to get
through to you.

> Anyway, as told me that you wanted to hand over the package anyway,
> and suggested that I should upload the upgraded libg++ package,
> I gone ahead and packaged it.


> I hope agree with me that packaging libg++27- was the right thing
> to do. As I'm still not too sure I'm the right person for the job,
> and haven't heard any confirmation from you, I didn't chance the
> "maintainer" line in the package.

See my earlier message.  Please change the maintainer field.

> However, I just tried ical, and at least it didn't dump core at startup
> (and i even tried pressing a few buttons, everything OK). Still,
> I probably didn't try everything, so if you plan on uploading
> a new version any time soon, could you compile it with the new
> headers, just to make sure?

I'll try to look at it.

David Engel                        Optical Data Systems, Inc.
david@ods.com                      1001 E. Arapaho Road
(972) 234-6400                     Richardson, TX  75081

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