On 10/16/2013 9:48 AM, Guido Berhoerster wrote:
* Michal Vyskocil <mvyskocil(a)suse.cz>
On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 01:22:17PM +0200, Adam
Michal Vyskocil (mvyskocil(a)suse.cz) wrote:
On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 10:32:12AM +0200, Adam
> Hi all,
> I've just packaged wemux:
> and would like to find a suitable develproject to be its home.
> Suggestions gratefully received!
The most reasonable is to choose the same devel project where tmux is
developed. I thought it was utilities, but devel:openSUSE:Factory is the
winner of this contest.
BTW: actually, I've filled delete request against utilities/tmux.
Doesn't that mean there will be nowhere to get packages for SLE now?
utilities seems like a more sensible place to me than
devel:openSUSE:Factory. But I'm not an expert.
It is almost impossible to give you a recomendation if one don't know
all your requirements ;-). In this case I'd say that moving both - tmux
and wemux to utilities will be the most sanest way. Alternativelly link
tmux to utilities and maintain wemux there.
Just to put things into perspective, tmux was added to
devel:openSUSE:Factory and in Factory long before the utilities
project even existed and another tmux package was added to it.
I don't mind moving it there but I'm not very interested in
maintaining it for SLE or adding compatibility clutter for its
archaic build environment.
Built for OS 10.3 and up:
Current tmux also available in the same repo.
Current libevent, needed by tmux also available the same repo.
When I fix up some broken dependencies from trying to build newer ssl
and related stuff on the older targets, I may have it for targets as old
as 10.0 as well eventually.
The wemux spec didn't require any changes at all to support the old targets.
tmux needed only a tiny trivial change to spec, just define
%make_install is all, plus you have to somehow provide libevent-devel >=
2.0.0, which I did.
libevent required no changes.
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