Re: rman (PolyglotMan) + TkMan are now under the Artistic License.
Sorry, I don't know the answers about your question.
>>>>> In <20000807234525.C7256@deadbeast.net>
>>>>> Branden Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
B.R.> [I hope you don't mind that I am CCing this back to the debian-x list]
I'm also CCing to debian-x.
B.R.> Okay, well, there's a few things I need to learn:
B.R.> 1) Is XFree86 the place where continuing work on the DPS library is going
B.R.> to continue to happen?
Yes, may be.
B.R.> 2) Is the DPS library in dpsclient a separate implementation? The DPS
B.R.> library in XFree86 is copyrighted by Adobe, but is under a free license.
I don't know about that. Does this web page help you?
B.R.> 3) What is shipped by dpsclient* that is not by my libdps* packages? I
B.R.> have attached the contents of these packages below; I don't expect this to
B.R.> change except for Debian-specific README's and stuff.
The files are in dpsclient but not in your package. (except under
The files are in dpsclient-dev but not in your package.:
B.R.> 4) Is there any documentation on the DPS library API anywhere? There is so
B.R.> little information about this library in the XFree86 sources that I'm
B.R.> having trouble even writing an intelligent package description.
I don't know, sorry.
B.R.> 5) I get the feeling that programs written using the dpsclient library will
B.R.> not be able to be simply recompiled against libdps-dev. If that is the
B.R.> case we will need to continue to provide the old dpsclient package during
B.R.> the transition.
I think this is good idea.
I think XFree86-4.0 is not stable as 3.3.6. So the transition does
not go smoothly. ( At least, I want to use 3.3.6 for the present. )
I will maintain dpclient package until almost users use XFree86-4.
B.R.> 6) Are there any files in my libdps* packages with the same names as files
B.R.> in your dpsclient* packages? If so, I need to Replace: your packages as
Yes. Please put "Replace: dpsclient" in your control file.