Re: RFS: sitecopy
Geert Stappers wrote:
Sorry about that... I didn't want this century to have gone by without
having top-posted at least once :-(
On Tue, Apr 26, 2005 at 09:27:06PM -0500,
Reed Snellenberger wrote, in some odd order:
Philipp Kern wrote:
On 23 Apr 2005, at 05:45, Reed Snellenberger wrote:
Do you know why there is an outdated debian/ subdirectory in the
And if the current version of sitecopy does not work with the old
xsitecopy I would suggest a ``Conflicts: xsitecopy'' instead of the
Files are available at:
Following up on my earlier post, upstream has asked "what do you want me
to do about that old debian directory?", and I asked him to remove it.
Although it's still in place for the 0.15.1 version that he released on
Sunday (May 24), it'll be gone from subsequent releases.
Please reply below the text
No -- I've taken over maintainership from Masayuki (1), and the original
RFS (2) was for the then-current version of sitecopy (0.15.0).
I've since packaged upstream's 0.15.1 release from last Sunday and
replaced the "older" 0.15.0 deb on my storage site (3). So... if anyone
decides to sponsor the upload, it'll would be for sitecopy_0.15.1-1, not
sitecopy_0.15.0-1 as originally RFS'd.
What I missed in this thread
$ apt-cache show sitecopy
Maintainer: Masayuki Hatta <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.1-1), libssl0.9.7, libxml2 (>= 2.5.0-1), zlib1g (>= 1:1.1.4)
Conflicts: xsitecopy (<< 1:0.10.15-1)
Description: A program for managing a WWW site via FTP, DAV or HTTP
sitecopy is for copying locally stored websites to remote ftp servers.
With a single command, the program will synchronize a set of local files
to a remote server by performing uploads and remote deletes as required.
The aim is to remove the hassle of uploading and deleting individual files
using an FTP client. sitecopy will also optionally try to spot files you
move locally, and move them remotely.
sitecopy is designed to not care about what is actually on the remote
server - it simply keeps a record of what it THINKS is in on the remote
server, and works from that.
Is this Request For Sponsor about _duplicate_ work?
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