Intent to package gaspell
To quote from the README:
Gnome frontend to the Aspell library. Or put another way a simple
spell checker that does a way better job than ispell does with coming
up with suggestions.
This is acatualy the (fairly common) intent-to-package in the past tense.
It's already all packaged up, and sitting in /usr/src. It won't be uploaded
for a while, though, as I'm not a registered developer (and have to get
sombody to scan some ID (and find some ID) before applying). I have two
1. This package is being built with the GNOME libraries in the staging
area. Should I do a source-only upload and build on master, or should I
depend on the staging area... or should I upload to the staging area and not
the main queue?
2. This package is going to depend on a version of libaspell1 (>= 2.27.1),
that isn't in the distrib yet (though I've seen the upload announcement
twice). How non-kosher is this (IE is that alright for unstable), and does
anybody know why libaspell1's newest upload isn't in the Packages file yet?
Hmm, and I think there's a bug already (upstream).
-=- James Mastros
"My friend Data: You see the world with the wonder of a child, and that
makes you more human then any of us."
-=- Lt. Tasha Yar, upon the occasion of her death.