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Re: [pygame] PyGame enters official Debian archive
In article <20010703000305.A1731@flourish.org> you wrote:
> So hurrah, PyGame enters Debian unstable!
> Three cheers for Pete and everyone
> for writing such a good program that Debian like it, and three cheers to Ed for
> taking on the responsibility of maintaining it on Debian.
I second those.
> Next step Debian testing
> So, looks like you have to wait 10 days ;-) You also need all
> dependencies to be in testing (which now appears to be the case - can
> anyone confirm?)
giles:/home/aquarius/src/debian# apt-get --dry-run install pygame/unstable
Reading Package Lists... Done
Building Dependency Tree... Done
Selected version 1.1-3 (Debian:unstable) for pygame
The following extra packages will be installed:
pygame python2-numeric python2-numeric-ext
The following NEW packages will be installed:
1 packages upgraded, 2 newly installed, 0 to remove and 286 not upgraded.
Inst python2-numeric (20.0.0-1 Debian:testing)
Inst python2-numeric-ext (20.0.0-1 Debian:testing)
Inst pygame (1.1-3 Debian:unstable)
Conf python2-numeric (20.0.0-1 Debian:testing)
Conf python2-numeric-ext (20.0.0-1 Debian:testing)
Conf pygame (1.1-3 Debian:unstable)
So (since I am running testing only) all dependencies are now in
> and something about builds for other architectures.
> Not sure how to get them.
Does it build on other architectures? This is an Ed question...
from string import *;import re,base64;w=base64.decodestring('YXF1YXJp'+
while filter(lambda x: x in u,w): s=raw_input('Letter:');u=filter\
(lambda x: x != s,u);print re.sub(u,'-',w)
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