On Tue, Sep 13, 2005 at 12:32:36AM +0200, Christoph Berg wrote: Thank you Joost, with your suggetsion I revised all autotools support, also I changed the foolish directory tree in a more simple directory tree. So I rewrited Makefile.am and fixed autotools support. I released aldo-0.6.11. And now aldo-0.6.11.tar.bz2 and aldo-0.6.11.tar.gz are builded with make distcheck. > I've had a look at the package: > * please use a real name in the changelog Fixed. > * your Build-Depends look overly restricted. Fixed but lintian didn't complain about libc6-dev. > * Description: > - the license/operating system does not really matter here Fixed :) > - the Koch method could use an explanation Ok, I will write something. > - on the other hand, "read from file" explains itself Fixed :) > - "With this exercise you can train receiving randomly generated > callsigns. Fixed :) > * debian/copyright lists only you, but some files have > "improved : Bob Harrington" - did he contribute much, i.e. does have > a copyright on that files himself? Bob sent me two patches. The first patch changes two files random.cpp exercise.cpp. The second patch add autotools support. Now I widely rewrited autotools support the only file with Bob copyright is bootstrap. Would someone get copyright on a file, if he patches that file? How I have to change copyright file? > NB, how does aldo compare to the other morse programs (apt-cache > search morse) in Debian? In Debian there are two morse code trainer: unixcw - Shared library for Morse programs pileup - Morse code pileup trainer for SB compatible soundcards the others morse programs aren't morse code trainer but they use morse code: cwirc - X-Chat morse plugin cwdaemon - morse daemon for the parallel or serial port tlf - Console mode purpose CW keyer, logging- and contest program bsdgames - a collection of classic textual unix games codegroup - Convert any file, including binary, into 5 letter code Aldo vs. pileup Training in pile-up, aldo doesn't support this mode yet. Aldo vs. unixcw unixcw is a library. It has more frontends: xcwcp - frontend to unixcw cw - frontend to unixcw cwcp - frontend to unixcw aldo has only one interface. (aldo-0.7.0 has more frontends text, gtk,...). unixcw has control on soundcard mixer. Both aldo and unixcw use OSS. (Aldo-0.7.0 uses only ALSA, but I didn't release it yet.) Aldo is organized in exercises and aldo verifies these exercises giving a vote. unixcw is at version 2.2 aldo is at version 0.6.11 > The difference was basically the order in which letters where added to > the alphabet. You should probably make that user-configurable. It is just user-configurable by Setup menu.
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