ITP: Re: Must hand off XEmacs21 project!
>>>>> On 29 Sep 1999 14:51:02 -0700, email@example.com (Karl M. Hegbloom) said:
Karl> I will not, due to circumstances beyond my control, be
Karl> returning to work for perhaps as long as six months. I must
Karl> hand off the XEmacs 21 project.
Karl> On master.debian.org in ~karlheg/src/ is a tar file with
Karl> TODAY's fresh CVS repository archived in it. That should be
Karl> installed on cvs.debian.org in a controlled repository... just
Karl> untar it; I'm sure someone will know how to deal with it. In
Karl> ~karlheg/src/xemacs21 is a sample checkout from it. NOTE:
Karl> there are branches in there. Please look over my branch
Karl> br_ for a branch prefix. br_unstable_potato is the current
Karl> head of development.
Karl> There is a source branch for upstream tracking.
Karl> Make sure this is managed by someone very familiar with CVS.
Karl> I hope it's a paid position. This is a large and time
Karl> consuming project. I am not willing to take it back unless
Karl> someone will pay me for the time.
Karl> Form a team. Perhaps Corel has a few dollars to spend for
Karl> I will be away from email starting now and until further
I'll take it back. I've already got packages made (look at
http://va.debian.org/~dres/xemacs21. They don't use your setup, but
they work. And you could have offered it back knowing I had already
made packages rather than posting a general mail to -devel.
So, to all on devel consider this a ITP on xemacs21 and I would
appreciate anyone who has a chance to test the packages. Apt line
that should work: "deb http://va.debian.org/~dres xemacs21/".
@James LewisMoss <firstname.lastname@example.org> | Blessed Be!
@ http://www.ioa.com/~dres | Linux is kewl!
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