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Re: ITP: epkg



On Mon, Dec 04, 2000 at 09:35:35PM -0600, An Thi-Nguyen Le wrote:
|[Julian Stoev - Mon,  4 Dec 2000 09:24:20 PM CST]
|} I would like to package "Encap Package Manager" - a tool similar to
|} stow. 
|} http://encap.cso.uiuc.edu/epkg/
|} 
|} I did not find anybody with ITP for it. Am I wrong? 
|
|Go to http://bugs.debian.org/, and search for active bugs in the package
|"wnpp".  All ITPs are there (along with ITA's, ITO's, etc).  

Thank you. I did this before posting. But in the past this list was
proven to be not so complete. :(

|Please also see the Developer's Reference for more info on announcing
|a new package.
|You also need to post the license for the stuff you want to package.

Sory.

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|You probably should also talk to your AM.  ^.^

I did this. He said OK before I post here.
I also wrote to the author to give him a notice, but I got autoreply
he will be out of the university for several days.

|There's something like epkg in Debian already, called 'stow', by the 
|way.  This is just for reference.

I like stow a lot!
But epkg is not perl. And it is a little better IMHO... :)

--JS

PS. If you answer, plese Cc to me.

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