Re: Bug#350397: ITP: dblatex -- Produces DVI, PostScript, PDF documents from DocBook sources
Andreas Hoenen <email@example.com> wrote:
> In comparison to that the dblatex development is very vivid, when one
> reports a bug, in most cases it will be fixed within a few days. The
> upstream author generally is very helpful and would be glad to get the
> project packaged in Debian.
> I was able to convince the guys on the Debian SGML mailing list that
> dblatex should be packaged
> (http://lists.debian.org/debian-sgml/2005/10/msg00014.html), they were
> asking for a voluntary maintainer in response.
So far, so well. But I'd really also like to read an answer to the
question whether it is, or can be made a drop-in replacement for
db2latex, and whether you've talked with db2latex's Debian maintainers
(apparently a different mailing list with a similar name). And by the
way, upstream of db2latex in fact is active, they've helped in fixing a
RC of db2latex - unfortunately it still has one, without any maintainer
reaction since September 05.
Single Molecule Spectroscopy, Protein Folding @ Inst. f. Biochemie, Univ. Zürich
Debian Developer (teTeX)