Hello mentors, I thought this might interest you, probably some of you know about REVU, but maybe it can be somehow plugged into/ connected to the mentors web interface? It seems really a good way to track down issues of prospective packages. ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Stefan Potyra <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 27-Jul-2006 15:00 Subject: Re: "Glest ITP is RFP" or "I will be disconnected for an undefinite period of time" To: email@example.com Am Donnerstag 27 Juli 2006 13:15 schrieb Eddy Petrişor:
On 27/07/06, Reinhard Tartler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Eddy Petrişor wrote: > > (REVU is really nice, is it dfsg free? Myabe mentors could use that) > > It's mainly BSD licenced, so that wouldn't be a problem. It is however > work in progress and development has rather stalled as the developers > (Stefan Potyra and me) are rather busy with other things. Then may I suggest taking the code on mentors and suggesting then to contribute to it, use it and so on?
Revu's code is available in a bzr repo (just use bzr branch [url] to checkout): new version that is far from finished: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~revu-hackers/revu/revu2-trunk the version on the revu site, but messy code: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~revu-hackers/revu/trunk Out of curiousity: Is the mentor's codebase available somewhere, as I'd like to take a look ;). But back to the original topic: The glest package unfortunately FTBFS, but it seems like a trivial g++-4.1 error. Apart from that the source package looks quite good (As far as I can tell w.o. looking at the resulting binary package). Cheers, Stefan. -- Regards, EddyP ============================================= "Imagination is more important than knowledge" A.Einstein
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