On Jun 13, 2011, at 12:20 AM, Felipe Sateler wrote:

On Sat, Jun 11, 2011 at 22:20, Hans-Christoph Steiner <h...@at.or.at> wrote:

Just to reiterate, the plan is to drop those patches now that
puredata-dev provides all the needed headers. But first, I just want to fix the current bug that prevents these packages from building at all,
and let the dust settle on the very new reorg of 'puredata' into
'puredata-dev', 'puredata-core', 'puredata-gui', etc.

Thanks for following up on this, good luck with the update :)

Cool, I just saw that you uploaded a bunch, thanks. Now I have DM upload rights, so I don't need to burden you with them :)

Not uploaded: pd-maxlib (pd-libdir moved from Depends to Suggests and
not documented reason on changelog),

Thanks for catching that, I meant to revert that change since pd- maxlib needs pd-libdir in order for it to load as a library in the standard pd ways (i.e. pd -lib maxlib, etc).

pd-pdogg (has pristine-tar data
in the master branch, an accidental merge?). Uploaded the rest.

Ok, I pushed a "revert merge" commit.

Next time, please do not manually tag the releases (pd-ekext), most
likely the person uploading forgot to push the git tags. First ask why
the tag is not there.

Yes, good point, I should have asked. I think I pushed the tags on a couple of other packages. Sorry about that. It'll be easier for me to keep track of the details now that I can dput myself :).



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