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Re: Intent to NMU mozilla and ITP mozilla-cvs

If libnspr4 has the same release timing that the rest of mozilla (and here
is perhaps my mistake) I can't understand why split the source and why give
an independant version numbre for it.


On Fri, 08 Jun 2001 06:08:27 Stephen Zander wrote:
> >>>>> "kitame" == Takuo KITAME <kitame@northeye.org> writes:
>     kitame> Hello.  I've just done build new mozilla package.  It's
>     kitame> separated into multi binary package.  But still not split
>     kitame> libnspr4 from mozilla source. (Is it needed?)
> It would certainly save me from maintaining it seperately.  freewrl (a
> package of mine) currently uses a local version of it.
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