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Re: First motif commits

On 07-02-13 07:03, Graham Inggs wrote:
> On 6 February 2013 22:07, Paul Gevers <elbrus@debian.org 
> <mailto:elbrus@debian.org>> wrote:
>> I think that if we have the split of -common, it is time to upload
>> the package to experimental, to see if the ftp-masters can let the
>> new package into main. We can then also start to ask dependent
>> package to try out building against motif instead of lesstif2.
> The only other thing I can think of is splitting libmotif-dev into 
> libxm4-dev, libmrm4-dev, libuil4-dev

Don't you think this is a little overkill? Not that I have a strong
objection, but do we really need so many packages? Hmm, looking at e.g.
libav, I guess it is not strange.

> and a new package for uil (the actual UIL compiler executable and its
> man pages) and then leaving the common bits in libmotif-dev.  What do
> you think?

So all in all, seems reasonable.


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