Re: Helix debian packages
On Fri, Oct 20, 2000 at 12:12:09AM -0400, Colin Walters wrote:
> > Helix Gnome packages are more bleeding edge in theory, but in
> > practice they are a thousand times more usable in terms of
> > reliability, stability, function, and integration. By comparison,
> > Debian's Gnome packages just plain SUCK.
> Are you talking about woody or potato? I have been running the woody
> GNOME on several computers with absolutely no problems for quite a
> while now. (Debian GNOME maintainers: thanks!)
> Probably the biggest flaw in the potato packages is that they're out
> of date, but such is the price one pays for a stable system...
I suppose the woody packages aren't BAD, but after using Helix, going back
feels like a serious downgrade. This is why I'm so interested in Debian
maintainers working to incorporate Helix into Debian. I think both Debian
and Helix would benefit with more cooperation. And I'll benefit by having
better Gnome while still being able to build packages on a "clean" Debian
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<Deek> change all cvar->value = X to use Cvar_Set()
<theoddone33> that didn't happen in oldtree
<Deek> Actually, it did.
<Knghtbrd> yeah - two weeks later.