I've got some preliminary SDL packages on klecker and I'd appreciate it if someone here wouldn't mind testing these on a Sparc system, especially considering there is a bug against the existing SDL packages that they are broken on Sparc (#79549) and I do not know if this bug has been resolved or not. Please test them if you can. The deb line for the lazy: deb-src http://people.debian.org/~knghtbrd ./ The specific things I need to know are do these packages compile properly? Do existing SDL-using packages work with them without a recompile? Do they still work after they have been recompiled? I've been working hard the past couple of days to ensure that the answer to all of these questions is yes, but I can't just assume that because it should work that it will - not this close to woody's release. I realize SDL outside of i386 has been a total mess so far, but I really hope to see these packages' reputation change in that area. I appreciate any help you guys can spare an i386 weenie who just adopted a rather large mess. =) -- Joseph Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> Now I'll take over the world <MFGolfBal> rit/ara: There's something really demented about UNIX underwear...
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