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Re: RFS aldo - A morse code trainer

On Mon, Sep 12, 2005 at 01:44:14PM +0200, Christoph Berg wrote:
> The proper way to fix that is to ship a bootstrapped .tar.bz2.

Ok, I replaced every link with a copy of its normal file
(`config/install-sh' `config/mkinstalldirs' `config/missing' `./COPYING' & Co.)

for I in $(find -type l);do ORIG=$(ls -l $I | awk '{print $10}'); rm $I; cp $ORIG $I;done;

Now upstream tarball doesn't depend on any file in /usr/share/automake-1.9/*

> Please provide an updated upstream tarball.

I can't provide an updated upstream tarball on savannah, 
because savannah system doesn't replace files.
So I'm going to upload a new minor release aldo-0.6.10 (so a brand new file)

> Host down.

Yeah. Black out at home. :/

> Consider using mentors.debian.net or something like that if
> your home machine isn't up 24/24.

Thank you very much for this useful tip.
So new package on: http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/a/aldo/

> The last CW course I held lies now several years back, but still a
> point from a teacher's view: starting with "e,i,s,h,t,m,o" is not the
> optimal thing. Start with characters that are more distinct. I don't
> have my old instructions here, but the characters were mixed, even
> with some numbers in between, iirc.

Well there are a lot of morse learning methods.
Aldo implement also Koch method.
Would you describe your method? I can code its in aldo.
Futher I'm working on a programmable aldo  (I'm going to use GUILE) 
so everybody could implement his method with a GUILE-Scheme script.

> Christoph

Thank you


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