Re: RFS: gtkradiant
On Tuesday 04 July 2006 14:05, Frits Daalmans wrote:
> Hello George,
> thanks for the feedback. I put the modules and plugins in
> /usr/lib/games/gtkradiant/ now. (version 1.5.0-4)
You are correct. For games /usr/lib/games hierarchy is used in addition to
> I also tried to do a bit of code-cleanup (dpatch nr.
> 50_minor_warnings.dpatch) but I didn't take a look at all those
> signed-unsigned comparisons.
> And I compile with g++-4.1.2; I think I understand why it is important
> to build against the correct target; however unstable is always changing;
> would it then be better to compile against etch?
Normally packages go through unstable (or experimental, which is not a
compelete suite). But unstable's volatility is not a problem as long as your
Build-Depens/Depends/Conflicts/etc declarations are correct. Packages are
being moved to testing with respect to their dependencies and some other
things. Well, yes, you can also build and upload to testing, but that is a
rather special case.
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