On Wed, Jan 4, 2012 at 10:37 AM, Daniel Svensson <dsvens...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 11:03 PM, Debian Bug Tracking System
> <ow...@bugs.debian.org> wrote:
>> Bug #654512 [xmms2] postler: doesn't contain source for waf binary code
>> Changed Bug title to 'Doesn't contain source for waf binary code' from
>> 'postler: doesn't contain source for waf binary code'
> This is just a compressed file in the XMMS2 project. You can compress
> your own from this script and the configuration file:
> I don't believe the Debian package includes these two files, but the
> upstream source tar ball do.
> You can also use some external waf package if you wish so, but we
> cannot guarantee it will work as we usually pull in patches from
> upstream waf when we want to do things that isn't supported in the
> released version yet, or the upstream version has been changed and we
> rather get our software out with a working build system instead of
> spending a couple of weeks making sure the new version builds our
> software on all our supported OSes.
Disregard the above paragraph, this hasn't been relevant for the past
year or so (just woke up). As the configuration file above mentions,
the waf tarball in the XMMS2 project is vanilla 1.6.7, if this version
is shipped in Debian, then it can be used instead.