On Tuesday 11 November 2008 20:23:43 Vincent Fourmond wrote: > > Again, it is stable, and not sure we need watch files for KDE, but > > *shrug*. > > A watchfile is useful for lazy guys like me who like to use uscan to > automatically download their sources... Commit under way.
There is something here you don't know (And well.. it is quite okay, because I didn't tell you yet) In kde world, around a week before release, the tarballs get released to packages in a "secret" place where the distributions can access it and test and prepare it before release. (secret as in you need to login with ssh keys) several of the debian/kde people have access and do normally place the tarballs somewhere on alioth for the rest of the people to access them. So for these reasons, a watch file is not for much use in the general case, but I also don't mind keeping it around. /Sune -- How can I do for exploring with a Internet site on a hard disk over the file? You should cancel the OpenGL computer in order to overclock the LCD application.
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