Bug#122929: wpoison to be included in Debian
In message <[🔎] 20011212205920.A841@aragorn>, you wrote:
>I have set the template message as you told me.
>ah sorry, i downloaded the latest version some days ago and it reads
>not 1.07 as you told me, have you released a newer one or is it a typo?
No no. You have the proper version now.
The `p' suffix mean `Perl Version'.
(There was once upon a time a C language version, but that has been
>> Are you going to send me some context diffs? Yes or no?
>Here is it:
>< # software or any derivative or modified version thereof. Also, the
>< # official Wpoison logo itself must be include in an HTML hyperlink
>< # so that any usser clicking on any part of the logo image will be
>< # directed/linked to the Wpoison home page at:
>> # software or any derivative or modified version thereof. Permission
>> # granted to redistribute the official Wpoison logo graphic in
>> # formats other than GIF, and to use them to comply with this
>> # as long as the logo graphic does not suffer any modification.
>> # Also, the official Wpoison logo itself must be include in an HTML
>> # hyperlink so that any usser clicking on any part of the logo image
>> # be directed/linked to the Wpoison home page at:
That is perfect.
Can you just make that change for me? Or do you need me to do it?
>by the way, could you send me your wpoison.words file? i don't have any
>to include in the package.
You should not need a words list.
On UNIX systems, the words should be obtained from the local dictionary
file that is already installed.
Thus, you should make the package be dependent upon having a dictionary
file already installed. (I am not sure what other RPM that would be located
in.... Probably it is part of some spell-checker... maybe ispell, or maybe
some other spell checker.)
Note that the script looks for the words file in these two places:
On the RedHat 7.2 system I have here, /usr/share/dict/words is a symlink to
But I don't know how to easily find out which RPM that file came from. Do you?