Re: Starting libtextwrap project (Re: I18N (Multibyte Enablation) of debconf)
On Sat, Aug 23, 2003 at 06:45:49PM +0900, Tomohiro KUBOTA wrote:
> From: email@example.com (Denis Barbier)
> Subject: Re: I18N (Multibyte Enablation) of debconf
> Date: Tue, 5 Aug 2003 23:58:53 +0200
> > > http://libtextwrap.sourceforge.net/
> > Looks fine. I would certainly be interested in discussing some issues,
> > will you create a ML or should discussions belong here?
> I uploaded some files into CVS. I also built a mailing list.
> Please join. If someone wants to join the project as a developer,
> I would be very glad inviting them as developers at Sourceforge.
> I also ITP'ed the Debian package of the project. I will prepare
> the initial version of the package soon.
I am sorry for taking the discussion in the middle that way, but couldn't
this project be implemented as a part of the pango project ? I'm thinking
about doing a new render (beside of the existing X11 and win).
I know that pango as a bunch of dependencies, but I think that it could be
better to trim this list of dependencies than dupplicating the effort.
That's only my 2 cents (of euro, of course), since I do not really know if
this issue was already discussed, and what exactly the goals of your project
are. I'm not even sure of what pango does, when I think again about it. :)
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