fltk before freeze
So libfltk is built against libstdc++2.8 so I'll have to rebuild it before the
freeze. That's no problem, but i may as well switch to a more recent snapshot,
they're in the last stages of a freeze before the fltk 1.0 release and most if
not all of the changes are bug fixes, so I would think it would be ok, even a
good idea to update.
However, there have been a few modifications to some structures necessitating
an soname bump. So if I switch to a new snapshot it'll build a package named
libfltk1, not libfltk0. Soooo, I'll have to ask the archive maintainer to
Anyways, no packages are actually using fltk yet (argh, we still have forms
programs in non-free, the whole point of packaging fltk was to enable us to
move them to main!) and the new snapshot should be more bug-free than the old,
so I'm inclined to go ahead with this, I just thought I would mention it here
first in case someone objects to this kind of change during a freeze.