[ITP] unison 2.9.20-1

2004-09-02 Thread Andrew Schulman
to be stored on different hosts (or different disks on the same host), modified separately, and then brought up to date by propagating the changes in each replica to the other. category: Utils requires: cygwin Andrew Schulman.

Re: [ITP] unison 2.9.20-1

2004-09-02 Thread Andrew Schulman
I should add that this only the text-mode version of Unison.  There is also a GTK front end, but it requires LablGtk (whatever that is) and I haven't tackled it yet.  If I do build it I think it would be a separate package, say unison-gtk.

Re: [ITP] unison 2.9.20-1

2004-09-02 Thread Andrew Schulman
+1 from me.  I've always wanted to play with this. It's a great tool-- flexible, cross-platform, network-capable, and bandwidth-efficient. I used to use SecondCopy 2000 for my synchronization needs, but I graduated to Unison a while back.

[ITP] unison-2.10.2-1 and unison-gtk2-2.10.2-1

2004-09-07 Thread Andrew Schulman
disks on the same host), modified separately, and then brought up to date by propagating the changes in each replica to the other. category: Utils requires: cygwin atk-runtime gtk2-x11-runtime pango pango-runtime xorg-x11-xwin Andrew Schulman.

[repost] [ITP] unison-2.10.2-1 and unison-gtk2-2.10.2-1

2004-09-14 Thread Andrew Schulman
by propagating the changes in each replica to the other. category: Utils requires: cygwin atk-runtime gtk2-x11-runtime pango pango-runtime Andrew Schulman.

[ITP] lablgtk2-2.4.0-1

2004-09-21 Thread Andrew Schulman
are available, with almost all their methods. Objective Caml threads are supported, including for the top level, which allows for interactive use of the library. category: Devel requires: cygwin ocaml atk-runtime gtk2-x11-runtime glib2-runtime pango Andrew Schulman.

Re: unison-2.10.2-1 and unison-gtk2-2.10.2-1

2004-09-21 Thread Andrew Schulman
I decided to go ahead and build a lablgtk2 package myself, so I can reasonably maintain it in the future. One thing to note (and I haven't noticed it before myself) is that my build of ocaml contains labltk -- will they conflict? No, I don't think so.  lablgtk2 goes entirely into 

Re: unison-2.10.2-1 and unison-gtk2-2.10.2-1

2004-09-23 Thread Andrew Schulman
Also, you will probably need to include bits of the ocaml sources in your lablgtk2 source package -- do we want to replicate this? I'm not sure what you mean. The user will have to install ocaml first in order to build from source. Is anything more required? Is that ocaml source, or

generic build script 'help' patch

2004-10-10 Thread Andrew Schulman
Here is a patch that adds some 'help' or 'usage' text to the generic build script. This seems to me to be a useful thing for someone who has downloaded and unpacked a package source archive; sees the package source, patch, and build script; and wonders what to do next. As a guess, they try

Re: avoiding a huge Cygwin patch

2004-10-14 Thread Andrew Schulman
Actually, I think it might even be less trouble to create a separate docs package than to try cramming extra binary files into the unison one, but it's really up to you. Well creating a unison-doc package would be easy-- it only has two files, the HTML and PDF manuals. But please tell me

[ITP] lablgtk2-2.4.0-1 [repost]

2004-09-27 Thread Andrew Schulman
. Objective Caml threads are supported, including for the top level, which allows for interactive use of the library. category: Devel requires: cygwin ocaml atk-runtime gtk2-x11-runtime glib2-runtime pango Andrew Schulman.

please upload: unison-2.10.2-2 and unison-2.9.20-1

2004-09-27 Thread Andrew Schulman
Changes from unison-2.10.2-1 to -2: - corrected build instructions in /usr/local/share/doc/Cygwin/unison-*.README. - added /usr/share/doc/unison/NEWS.Cygwin (Cygwin version file). In addition, if it's possible I'd like to request that unison-2.10.2-1 be _removed_ from the archive, and

Re: please upload: unison-2.10.2-2 and unison-2.9.20-1

2004-09-27 Thread Andrew Schulman
In addition, if it's possible I'd like to request that unison-2.10.2-1 be removed from the archive, and unison-2.9.20-1 be uploaded.  Then the user will be able to choose between versions 2.9.20-1 or 2.10.2-2. Yes, ok, though shouldn't have the packages entirely different names? E.g.

Re:

2004-09-27 Thread Andrew Schulman
I want to package and maintain LablGTK2 for Cygwin.  LablGTK2 is an OCaml interface to GTK2. I posted this message a week ago, and got no response.  Maybe people are busy, which I understand.  OTOH if people groaned and pushed it out of their minds when they read about the screwy license

Re: please upload: unison-2.10.2-2 and unison-2.9.20-1

2004-09-28 Thread Andrew Schulman
http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/unison/setup.hint http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/unison/unison-2.10.2-2.tar.bz2 http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/unison/unison-2.10.2-2-src.tar.bz2 http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/unison/unison-2.9.20-1.tar.bz2

Re: please upload: unison-2.10.2-2 and unison-2.9.20-1

2004-09-28 Thread Andrew Schulman
I've removed the tags. Thank you. The problem is solved. A.

gbs cleanup patch, 2nd try

2004-10-29 Thread Andrew Schulman
Here is my second attempt at a gbs cleanup patch: 2004-10-29 Andrew E. Schulman [EMAIL PROTECTED] * generic-build-script: cleanups. - Remove superfluous ;'s and line-ending \'s - Invoke /bin/sh with -e - Remove 's joining commands; obviated by -e - Remove STATUS checks at end; obviated

Re: gbs cleanup patch, 2nd try

2004-10-30 Thread Andrew Schulman
Great. Have you tested whether the -e flag gets propagated inside the functions? Yes, I have now: $ /bin/sh -e ; echo finished /bin/sh -e, status=$? $ echo $- eims $ # the -e flag propagates into subshells: $ tst1() { echo $- ; } $ tst1 eims $ # false result inside a function

Re: gbs cleanup patch, 2nd try

2004-10-30 Thread Andrew Schulman
Sorry, the above is wrong: Sorry again, but please disregard my previous message. I was confused because I was testing some features of /bin/sh -e on Debian. On Debian /bin/sh invokes bash, while on Cygwin it runs ash. It turns out that these two handle subshells with -e differently:

Re: Please upload: unison-2.10.2-2

2004-11-02 Thread Andrew Schulman
IIRC you wanted to keep 2.9.20 as prev, I need to delete 2.10.1 so setup offers 2.9.20 as previous. Correct, thank you. I forgot to mention that in my post.   I still think that a different package name would be easier to maintain. Agreed. Unfortunately this may not be as simple as it

Please upload: unison-2.10.2-3

2004-11-02 Thread Andrew Schulman
Sorry for the confusion, but earlier today when I asked you to upload unison-2.10.2-2, that version was incorrectly numbered. It should have been unison-2.10.2-3. Version -2 was already the archive. So please upload 2.10.2-3, remove 2.10.2-2, and leave 2.9.20-1.

Re: [ITP] unison-gtk2-2.10.2-1

2004-11-03 Thread Andrew Schulman
I want to package and maintain unison-gtk2 for Cygwin. Unison is a file synchronizer for Unix and Windows. It comes in two interfaces: text and GTK2. The text-mode version is already packaged for Cygwin in the unison package. unison-gtk2 is the GTK2 version. Is unison-gtk2 provided by

Re: unison-2.9.1, unison-2.9.20, unison-2.10.2

2005-03-06 Thread Andrew Schulman
What a pleasant way to spend two hours. Sorry, I forgot to add: Please upload. Thanks, Andrew.

Re: unison-2.9.1, unison-2.9.20, unison-2.10.2

2005-03-07 Thread Andrew Schulman
I'm missing a hint how to handle the old unison package. There should be an empty package, say, unison-2.10.2-4, which has a matching setup.hint file. See fileutils for an example. Done: http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/unison/setup.hint

Re: screen

2005-04-20 Thread Andrew Schulman
The major obstacle to porting screen is that you have to understand how Cygwin handles terminals, which I don't, but maybe you do. If you understand that, then it should be possible, but if not then I don't know what to tell you. Well I thought this might be the case. No, I don't understand

Re: screen

2005-04-20 Thread Andrew Schulman
I'm going to try to build and package screen for Cygwin. It's such a useful program, I just have to try. Could somebody *please* explain to me why screen is in any way useful on a system with even a semblance of a window manager? I can see the point of screen on a stripped-down

Re: screen

2005-04-21 Thread Andrew Schulman
Try the below patches. They make a workable screen on my system. I even get a screen that I can attach and detach if I comment out the '#define NAMEDPIPE 1' in config.h before building. OK, I'll look at these. This is a smaller set than the one I was looking for that Lapo found, which

Re: screen

2005-04-21 Thread Andrew Schulman
I found this googling, maybe it's a mirror of what you're seeking: http://www.j10n.org/files/screen-4.0.2-cygwin.patch Thanks, yes, that's the one. For what I do remember of that disappeared page the patch was incomplete, though: no re-attach was possible. Yes, it's buggy. But it's a place

RE: screen

2005-04-21 Thread Andrew Schulman
detaching from the session. At least for remote logins this is very useful. It is quite convenient to jump directly to pine, mutt or whatever you have running in one screen session instead of cycling through many xterms and trying to find the right one. Good point. It's especially useful

screen, try #1

2005-04-22 Thread Andrew Schulman
Using Christopher's patches and disabling FIFOs as suggested, I've built a test version of screen: http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/screen/setup.hint http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/screen/screen-4.0.2-1.tar.bz2

Re: updated: unison2.10.2-2.10.2-2

2005-05-10 Thread Andrew Schulman
http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/unison2.10.2/unison2.10.2-2.10.2-2.tar.gz http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/unison2.10.2/unison2.10.2-2.10.2-2-src.tar.gz HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not found Oops...

Re: updated: autossh-1.3-2

2005-05-10 Thread Andrew Schulman
Uploaded. I removed 1.2g-5. Yes, thanks. A.

Re: package submission policy

2005-05-17 Thread Andrew Schulman
I think we need a new acronym for Please configure your mailer to provide a full name in From PCYMTPAFNIF but I suspect all of this email client stuff is just a losing battle. My apologies. I'll try harder in future. It's complicated, though. I use different mailers on different platforms,

Re: Please upload: orpie-1.4.1-1

2005-07-21 Thread Andrew Schulman
Package URLs are below; please upload. Thanks, Andrew. You skipped a step. You need to get this package reviewed first. Er... okay. Please review, and upload if it's suitable. Thanks, Andrew.

Re: Please upload: orpie-1.4.1-1

2005-07-21 Thread Andrew Schulman
I would like to package and maintain orpie for Cygwin. orpie is a fullscreen RPN calculator for the console. Its operation is similar to that of modern HP calculators, but data entry has been optimized for efficiency on a PC keyboard. Features include extensive scientific calculator

Re: [ITP] orpie-1.4.1-1 [repost]

2005-08-03 Thread Andrew Schulman
The package installs /etc/orpierc. This file will be overwritten by later updates. Is that ok or would it be better to have this file in /etc/defaults/etc and install it from a postinstall script only if it doesn't exist? I've corrected this as you suggest. Also adjusted setup.hint to

Please upload: orpie-1.4.1-2

2005-08-05 Thread Andrew Schulman
There was a packaging bug in orpie 1.4.1-1: the default orpierc file was installed in /etc/default, instead of /etc/defaults. This has been corrected in version 1.4.1-2. Please upload. Thanks, Andrew. http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/orpie/orpie-1.4.1-2.tar.bz2

Re: [SM] netpbm

2005-08-09 Thread Andrew Schulman
want to say: Search Maintainer for netpbm Is it really not possible to find a maintainer who is willing to adopt Ch. Wilsons netpbm package? http://netpbm.alioth.debian.org/ claims there are some licensing problems. But the project is hosted at Sourceforge, and

RE: [ITP] unison2.13.16, unison2.17.1

2005-08-24 Thread Andrew Schulman
Perhaps 2.13-nn and 2.17-nn would be a better choice for the versioning now, because of the changes made by the Unison team. That is all 2.13.xx are interoperable with each other. 2.13.xx and 2.13.yy are interoperable for any xx and yy. Same for 2.17.zz... Thanks, this is a good idea. Let me

Re: [ITP] unison2.13.16, unison2.17.1

2005-08-25 Thread Andrew Schulman
It is bad design if you need to install 10 version at the same time only to be able to access several different servers. Why don't they include support for every know server in the clients? Shouldn't be too hard even recognizing the version of the server during runtime? Then I would install

Re: [HEADSUP] ALL Maintainers, please reply.

2005-09-16 Thread Andrew Schulman
I'm the maintainer of: autossh lablgtk2 orpie stow unison unison2.9.1 unison2.9.20 unison2.10.2 unison2.12.0 unison2.13 unison2.17 Andrew.

libming and ploticus

2005-09-23 Thread Andrew Schulman
I'm considering packaging ploticus for Cygwin. Ploticus can output images in many formats, including SWF, but SWF requires libming, which isn't currently in Cygwin. I found this thread from Reini Urban, about packaging libming for Cygwin:

Re: libming and ploticus

2005-09-26 Thread Andrew Schulman
OK, I won't worry about SWF for now. I would be happy if you would like to propose it, but not so happy if you leave out the prefabs, docs, samples and testsuite. prefabs and docs, definitely. Samples and testsuite, sure, why not. I forgot if Bitstream Vera is in any other package yet.

Re: libming and ploticus (Attn: SWI-Prolog maintainer)

2005-09-26 Thread Andrew Schulman
:) Just kidding... but how annoying that Prolog has already claimed /usr/bin/pl... Yes, it's a filename clash -- we had those before. The solution would be for *both* packages to provide a uniquely-named executable and a postinstall script that would create a symlink. Then the nature

Re: libming and ploticus (Attn: SWI-Prolog maintainer)

2005-09-26 Thread Andrew Schulman
Is it possible to do as Igor suggested, and create a symlink from /usr/bin/pl to /usr/bin/ploticus iff /usr/bin/pl doesn't already exist? If the user then later installed SWI-Prolog, would the installer blow up or fail to install the Prolog /usr/bin/pl? Sounds more confusing to me than just

Re: [ITP] ploticus and ploticus-doc

2005-09-28 Thread Andrew Schulman
I don't have time for a review, but shouldn't ploticus-doc have an external-source directive in its setup.hint? No, I don't think so, because the docs come in a separate tarball from the ploticus source. However, now that you mention it, it probably would make sense to split out libploticus

Re: [GTG] Re: [ITP] ploticus, libploticus, ploticus-common, ploticus-doc (revised)

2005-09-30 Thread Andrew Schulman
I confirmed that everything builds fine from source. Packaging looks good. I would say GTG. Thanks, I know it's some work to review four packages. A.

Re: [ITP] ploticus, libploticus, ploticus-common, ploticus-doc (revised)

2005-09-30 Thread Andrew Schulman
You're only providing a static libploticus.a. Doesn't ploticus also support building and linking against a shared lib? If only a static lib is supplied, it should probably go into a package called libploticus-devel (along with the necessary header files), and not libploticus. This

Re: [ITP] ploticus, libploticus, ploticus-common, ploticus-doc (revised)

2005-10-02 Thread Andrew Schulman
It seems that libploticus.a is simply a convenience library, intended to make building ploticus.exe (aka 'pl') easier. It does not appear that the ploticus team really intended to furnish a publicly reusable API. In that case, it might just be better to not distribute the library or the

Re: [ITP] ploticus, libploticus, ploticus-common, ploticus-doc (revised)

2005-10-03 Thread Andrew Schulman
I'm wonderng if in this caase just removing libploticus entirely is in order. There are no dependencies to libploticus and nothing to worry about if the package just gets silently removed, isn't it? No, I don't see any problem with that approach.

best practice for upgrading config files?

2006-05-09 Thread Andrew Schulman
I'm packaging a new release of lftp. The default config file (/etc/lftp.conf) is slightly different from the one in the previous release. This raises a problem: how should I determine whether to replace the old config file? There are at least three approaches, in increasing order of complexity:

Re: updated package: gsl-1.8-1

2006-05-25 Thread Andrew Schulman
provide shell commands using 'cd' and 'wget' for retrieving the packages Is this SOP now? Or did you just ask for it in this case because it was a long list of files?

Re: Good bye, Cygwinners

2006-08-28 Thread Andrew Schulman
docbook-xml412 docbook-xml42 docbook-xml43 docbook-xml44 docbook-xsl hexedit ioperm stunnel xmlto If there is anyone willing to adopt these package, (s)he is welcome. If there are any questions about some of my old packages or packaging, just ask me. Please use my private e-mail

Re: [RFU] stunnel-4.16-1

2006-10-05 Thread Andrew Schulman
I want to take over maintainership of stunnel, which was abandoned a few weeks ago. I have a new build ready for upload; URLs are below. setup.hint hasn't changed. The package layout hasn't changed either; this is just a point-version update to the current package. Please review as

Re: ATTN: Maintainers

2006-10-23 Thread Andrew Schulman
I just released a new version of gettext, in which the DLL number for libintl has been bumped. LOTS of stuff depends on libintl (a list appears below). Therefore, if your package relies on libintl and you release a new version, you need to make sure that your setup.hint requires: line

Re: [RFU] lftp 3.5.9-1

2007-02-09 Thread Andrew Schulman
You just missed to update your setup.hint file, too. It referenced libintl3 in the requires line. I changed that to libintl8. Please note that in your local setup.hint. Got it, thanks.

Re: [RFU] lftp 3.5.9-1

2007-02-09 Thread Andrew Schulman
On Feb 8 12:58, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: wget \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/lftp/lftp-3.5.9-1.tar.bz2 \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/lftp/lftp-3.5.9-1-src.tar.bz2 Uploaded. You just missed to update your setup.hint file, too. It referenced libintl3 in the

setup.exe problem

2007-02-09 Thread Andrew Schulman
I see the files on the mirrors, but the new version isn't showing up in setup.exe. Could it be because the old version, 2.6.10-2, hasn't been removed? Not sure. 2.6.10-2 is obsolete so it should probably be removed anyway. Thanks, Andrew. I am very confused about what's happening with

Re: [patch] cygport-0.2.9 hooks for additional prep, install customization

2007-02-09 Thread Andrew Schulman
For further history and justifiation of this patch, see http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2007-01/msg00110.html and follow the embedded links and threads. I'll just add that I would find this patch very useful. I often keep a directory of small patch files that I want to apply after unpacking the

Re: [ITP-adopt] stunnel-4.20-1

2007-02-21 Thread Andrew Schulman
Actually, the layout should be usr/share/man/man8/stunnel.8.gz usr/share/man/fr/man8/stunnel.8.gz usr/share/man/pl/man8/stunnel.8.gz Thanks. Corrected and re-uploaded. A.

[RFU] stunnel-4.20-2

2007-02-21 Thread Andrew Schulman
That was fast... in moving stunnel.exe from /usr/sbin to /usr/bin, I overlooked a hard-coded path to /usr/sbin/stunnel.exe in stunnel3, a compatibility script for running stunnel v4 with v3 syntax. I've corrected this error in version 4.20-2 ; URLs are below. Since version 4.20-1 had a simple

Re: GPLv3

2007-07-02 Thread Andrew Schulman
I'll try to get legal advice about Cygwin and the GPLv3. All this licensing stuff gives me headaches. I gave up trying to understand it long ago. Corinna, whenever you or someone else gets legal advice about this, I'd appreciate it if a policy could be posted stating as clearly as possible

Re: GPLv3

2007-07-02 Thread Andrew Schulman
In the meantime, treat the http://cygwin.com/licensing.html page as state of the art, especially the open source permission clause. Thanks.

[RFU] lftp-3.5.11

2007-07-03 Thread Andrew Schulman
I've updated the lftp package for a new upstream release. Please upload. Thanks, Andrew. wget \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/lftp/lftp-3.5.11-1.tar.bz2 \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/lftp/lftp-3.5.11-1-src.tar.bz2

Re: [RFU] lftp-3.5.11

2007-07-05 Thread Andrew Schulman
Done. Do you want me to remove 2.6.10-2 and 3.5.1-1? Yes, please. Thanks, Andrew.

[ITP, RFU] Unison: new, updated, and obsoleted packages

2007-07-06 Thread Andrew Schulman
I have several changes for the Unison packages in Cygwin: * All of the unison* packages now use a cygport build method. This is the first time I've used cygport with unison*, so someone may want to review that part. It works fine for me. * New package: unison2.27. This is a new package for

[ITP] screen

2007-07-06 Thread Andrew Schulman
I've packaged screen for Cygwin and would like to maintain it. URLs are below. screen is a terminal multiplexer and window manager that runs several separate 'screens' on a single physical character-based terminal. Each virtual terminal emulates a DEC VT100 plus several ANSI X3.64 and ISO 2022

Re: [ITP] screen

2007-07-07 Thread Andrew Schulman
Package looks good and works fine. OK, thanks. I forgot to mention that detaching and reattaching sessions works fine in all terminals AFAIK, except that in a DOS console you have to set CYGWIN=tty before opening the console. Otherwise reattaching is likely to fail, and you'll have to remove

Re: [ITP, RFU] Unison: new, updated, and obsoleted packages

2007-07-09 Thread Andrew Schulman
Just send new setup.hint files, I will move the packages in the _obsolete subdir then. OK: # unison2.9.1 wget http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/unison2.9.1/setup.hint # unison2.9.20 wget http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/unison2.9.20/setup.hint # unison2.10.2 wget

[RFU] lablgtk2-20060908-1

2007-07-09 Thread Andrew Schulman
I've updated the lablgtk2 package from a new upstream release. Please upload. Note that setup.hint has changed: the list of dependencies has changed, and because of the out-of-sequence version number I explicitly set curr: and prev: . Thanks, Andrew. wget \

Re: [ITP] screen - please upload

2007-07-10 Thread Andrew Schulman
Reini Urban wrote: wget \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/screen/setup.hint \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/screen/screen-4.0.3-1.tar.bz2 \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/screen/screen-4.0.3-1-src.tar.bz2 Package looks good and works fine. I interpret

[RFU] lftp-3.5.11-2

2007-07-10 Thread Andrew Schulman
There were two packaging errors in lftp-3.5.11-1: * /etc/lftp.conf was being automatically overwritten on installation. * setup.hint listed incorrect dependencies. Both of these errors are fixed in lftp-3.5.11-2. Please upload. Thanks, Andrew. wget \

setup.exe gets confused when there's a test: but no curr: or prev: of a package

2007-07-11 Thread Andrew Schulman
I released version 4.0.3-1 of screen yesterday as test: . There are no prev: or curr: versions of it. In setup.exe 2.573.2.2, screen is shown in the Curr distribution, with an empty description. A little poking around shows that the same thing happens to all packages that have only test

Re: New Berkeley DB 4.5.20 from Oracle Corporation

2007-07-12 Thread Andrew Schulman
It seems that Gerrit is gone, Er... gone?

Re: cygport: patches welcome?

2007-07-13 Thread Andrew Schulman
[Grr, I forgot to redirect this Mail. This should have gone to the cygwin-apps list, actually] OK, but in that case the cygport README needs to be corrected, because it says questions should go to the cygwin list. (2) Smarter update of config files. In cygport's make_etc_defaults

[RFU] screen-4.0.3-1

2007-07-18 Thread Andrew Schulman
I've heard no negative reports about screen in the week since it came out-- in fact no testing reports at all, but I've decided to interpret that as people are using it and if it weren't working right I'd hear about it. So, I'm moving it from test to current. URL for the revised setup.hint is

Re: Package maintainer list

2007-07-25 Thread Andrew Schulman
Andrew Schulman wrote: I use pinfo and xinetd so I'll take these over as soon as my time permits-- unless someone else wants them. Andrew. I am actually in the process of packaging pinfo-0.6.9 (I was waiting till I had the real package ready)... it has some configure problem but I should

Re: Package maintainer list

2007-07-25 Thread Andrew Schulman
I use pinfo and xinetd so I'll take these over as soon as my time permits-- unless someone else wants them. Andrew.

Re: Package maintainer list

2007-07-26 Thread Andrew Schulman
Below are the lists of orphaned and maintained packages. Are there any current plans to add a Maintainer: field to setup.hint? This was discussed a while back. Just curious.

lftp md5sum mismatch

2007-08-06 Thread Andrew Schulman
Luke Kendall noticed that the md5sum of lftp/setup.hint isn't right in md5.sum on the Cygwin mirrors. What seems to have happened is that trailing spaces were stripped from 4 lines in setup.hint before its md5sum was computed; but the original setup.hint, with trailing spaces intact, went into

Re: [RFU] lftp 3.5.12-1

2007-08-08 Thread Andrew Schulman
Uploaded, leaving 3.5.11-2 as previous. Do you want 3.5.11-1 and 3.5.9-1 deleted? Yes, please delete 3.5.9-1 and 3.5.11-1. Thanks, Andrew.

[RFU] lftp-3.5.13-1

2007-08-27 Thread Andrew Schulman
I've packaged a new release of lftp. This is a new upstream release, with bug fixes. Please upload. Thanks, Andrew. wget \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/lftp/lftp-3.5.13-1.tar.bz2 \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/lftp/lftp-3.5.13-1-src.tar.bz2

Re: [RFU] unison

2007-11-15 Thread Andrew Schulman
Uploaded. Please, can you have a look into your wget statements in your RFU mails? They were usually very convenient to use, but lately they have these empty lines and partly the backslash on its own line, so a simple copy-paste won't do anymore. Yes, I know. Sorry. Lately I've been

Re: [RFU] orpie-1.5.1-1

2007-11-23 Thread Andrew Schulman
wget \ http://home.comcast.net/~aschulman2/orpie/orpie-1.5.1-1.tar.bz2 \ http://home.comcast.net/~aschulman2/orpie/orpie-1.5.1-1-src.tar.bz2 Doesn't work: Sorry. I've just tried it and it does work now. Please try again. Thanks, Andrew.

[RFU] stunnel-4.21-1

2008-01-07 Thread Andrew Schulman
I've uploaded a new version of stunnel. This is a new upstream release, with bug fixes and a few new features. Please upload. Thanks, Andrew. wget \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/stunnel/stunnel-4.21-1.tar.bz2 \

[ITP] atool

2008-02-05 Thread Andrew Schulman
I'd like to package and maintain atool for Cygwin. setup.hint sdesc: Script for managing file archives of various types ldesc: 'atool is a script for managing file archives of various types (tar, tar+gzip, zip, bzip2, rar, 7zip, ...). atool is called under several names: * aunpack extracts

Re: [RFU] atool

2008-02-07 Thread Andrew Schulman
Uploaded with a minor change. You left a single quote in the ldesc accidentally: ldesc: 'atool [...] ^ here. I removed it. If that was wrong, I'll revert it. If it was ok, please fix in your local copy. Yes, that's correct. Thanks. Andrew.

[RFU] atool

2008-02-07 Thread Andrew Schulman
Corinna approved my atool package, subject to one correction in setup.hint, which I've made. Please upload. Thanks, Andrew. wget \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/atool/setup.hint \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/atool/atool-0.33.0-1.tar.bz2 \

Re: [ITP] atool

2008-02-07 Thread Andrew Schulman
Packaging looks fine to me, just your setup.hint file has a quoting problem in the ldesc field (single instead of double quotes, double quotes within). I was hoping that by single-quoting the field contents, I'd be able to keep the double quotes within it. The web site isn't explicit about

Re: [GTG] Re: [ITP] sng-1.0.2-1

2008-03-05 Thread Andrew Schulman
GTG Volker Thanks Volker. I've been meaning to thank you for all of your package reviews lately. You are the GTG (go-to guy) for GTG, and lately that's been a lot. Thanks. Andrew.

[RFU] atool-0.34.0-1

2008-04-10 Thread Andrew Schulman
This is a new upstream release of atool. It adds lzma support. Please upload. Thanks, Andrew. wget \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/atool/atool-0.34.0-1.tar.bz2 \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/atool/atool-0.34.0-1-src.tar.bz2

Re: [HEADSUP] Let's start a Cygwin 1.7 release area

2008-04-11 Thread Andrew Schulman
Forgive me, but I stopped following this thread a while back. I trust you all to work out the best method. When all of the issues are sorted out, can you please post a summary for package maintainers of what we need to do? Thanks, Andrew.

Re: [HEADSUP] Start of Cygwin 1.7 release cycle

2008-04-14 Thread Andrew Schulman
The most important changes on the user level are the long path name support including UTF-8 character support, as well as IPv6. Other changes are also important, but these two will likely have the most impact. I'd like to ask you to keep an eye especially on them when building and testing.

[RFU] lftp-3.7.0-1

2008-04-17 Thread Andrew Schulman
I've uploaded a new release of lftp. This is a new upstream release, with bug fixes, a few new features, and a new translation. Please upload. Thanks, Andrew. wget \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/lftp/lftp-3.7.0-1.tar.bz2 \

[RFU] lftp-3.7.1-1

2008-04-18 Thread Andrew Schulman
OK, I know I just asked you to upload version 3.7.0-1, but 3.7.1-1 is now available, and besides that, 3.7.0-1 had a Cygwin packaging error. So, please upload this version, remove version 3.7.0-1 from the archive, and leave 3.6.1-1 as the previous version. Thanks, Andrew. wget \

[RFU] atool-0.34.0-2

2008-04-29 Thread Andrew Schulman
This release corrects a packaging error, that caused the man pages for most of the atools to be unavailable. Please upload. Thanks, Andrew. wget \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/atool/atool-0.34.0-2.tar.bz2 \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/atool/atool-0.34.0-2-src.tar.bz2

Re: [RFU] atool-0.34.0-2

2008-05-01 Thread Andrew Schulman
On Apr 29 12:07, Andrew Schulman wrote: http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/atool/atool-0.34.0-2.tar.bz2 \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/atool/atool-0.34.0-2-src.tar.bz2 Uploaded. This is on the mirrors, but it hasn't shown up yet in Setup. I see that there are three

[RFU] stunnel-4.23-1

2008-05-07 Thread Andrew Schulman
I've packaged a new release of stunnel. This is a new upstream release, that fixes a privilege escalation bug on NT systems; see http://www.stunnel.org/download/ChangeLog.txt for details. Please upload. Thanks, Andrew. wget \

Re: [RFU] stunnel-4.23-1

2008-05-08 Thread Andrew Schulman
On May 7 14:48, Andrew Schulman wrote: http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/stunnel/stunnel-4.23-1.tar.bz2 \ http://home.comcast.net/~andrex/cygwin/stunnel/stunnel-4.23-1-src.tar.bz2 Uploaded. Thank you. And now that I think of it, given the security issue with versions prior

[ITP] sitecopy

2008-05-09 Thread Andrew Schulman
I'd like to package and maintain sitecopy for Cygwin. setup.hint sdesc: Easily maintain remote web sites ldesc: sitecopy makes it easy to copy locally stored websites to remote web servers. With a single command, the program will synchronize a set of local files to a remote server by performing

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