cdda2wav packaging questions [WAS: cdda2wav: copyright includes entire GPL]
- To: Christian Schwarz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Cc: email@example.com
- Subject: cdda2wav packaging questions [WAS: cdda2wav: copyright includes entire GPL]
- From: Erik Andersen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 16 Nov 1997 09:34:12 -0700
- Message-id: <19971116093412.50471@dillweed>
- In-reply-to: <Pine.LNX.3.96.971116124503.22992A-100000@monet>; from Christian Schwarz on Sun, Nov 16, 1997 at 12:45:28PM +0100
- References: <Pine.LNX.3.96.971116124503.22992A-100000@monet>
On Sun, Nov 16, 1997 at 12:45:28PM +0100, Christian Schwarz wrote:
> Hi Erik!
> I just wanted to notify of this bug report.
[------------bug report about extra copy of GPL snipped--------]
no problem, thanks.
> (Please upload a new package with a changed maintainer field soon.)
Sorry about the delay. I have been terribly busy at my work
recently. Anyway, I just started on this yesterday. I converted
things to using debhelper instead of deb-make, which seems to be a
popular thing to do these days to keep policy stuff current.
I ran into a little problem though that perhaps you can help me
with. In the Makefile, you must specify an interface to use, and the
choices are INTERFACE=\"generic_scsi\" or INTERFACE=\"cooked_ioctl\".
These are, it seems, mutually exclusive. You had it set to use
"generic_scsi". As the kernel ide-cd maintainer, I am somewhat biased
towards "cooked_ioctl", which works with ATAPI drives, but that would
mean that the SCSI folks are out of luck, and what worked before will
no longer work. But if I make a "cooked_ioctl" version, the ide
folks are out of luck, which is also unacceptable... Any good
ideas? Should I make _two_ cdda2wav packages? You thoughts would be
Erik B. Andersen Web: http://www.inconnect.com/~andersen/
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