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Re: [opensuse-packaging] Packaging Tustep: Help wanted
Hi Karl,

somehow I managed to compile and link it...
you can see the spec and the patches at home:ealin:varia/tustep on obs,

there are two things that I still have to do... deal with the rpmlint infos
and warnings... however this is something that upstream may want to fix.
even the i8 and parts of the build patch is something that may want.

I still need to see what files are part of the install system... they indicate
a folder but there there are too many things there that I do not know if they
should end up in /usr/bin

any advice on how to distribute the files int he package is welcomed.


On Wed 11 Jul 2012 08:07:04 Karl Eichwalder wrote:
I tried to package Tustep ("TUebingen System of TExt Processing tools"),
but failed:

It seems to be a mix of Fortran and C, no Makefiles, just a shell script
to compile and link it. It is used since more than 30 years ("It
started in the early 70ies as a tool for supporting humanities projects
at the University of Tübingen"), but still in use and active development
especially at Universities.

Could someone familiar with traditional programming please lend a
helping hand?
Without Questions there are no Answers!
Alin Marin ELENA
Advanced Molecular Simulation Research Laboratory
School of Physics, University College Dublin
Ardionsamblú Móilíneach Saotharlann Taighde
Scoil na Fisice, An Coláiste Ollscoile, Baile Átha Cliath

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