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Re: "Tux Paint" alpha version available
On Mon, 17 Jun 2002, nbs wrote:
> Not at all. I'm one of those I'm-too-lame-to-bother-learning-autotools-and-
> I-wish-someone-would-do-a-talk-on-it-at-a-local-LUG guys. :)
Well, I did one recently, the slides are at
Although the slides are probably a bit hard to grasp on their own, I have
included 3 very minimal examples of using autoconf and automake, which
IMHO are very clear and easy to understand and a good starting point.
> Autoconf was stuck in Circus Linux! for me once. I don't really understand
> how to maintain it. :)
Thats a problem then.
> > or would you care to get a patch with basic autotools support?
> Can we do this when it's not beta/alpha any more? :)
Sure, it is just a lot easier to do it early...
Yell if you want it.
Mads Bondo Dydensborg. email@example.com
I'd say that Microsoft has every right to expect a user to buy a license
for each computer that the software will be installed on. And I tend to get
especially annoyed by proponents of MS software who essentially bootleg a
great deal of it; it's like a person who will only drive Porsches, but
obtains them through theft.