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Re: [pygame] apt-get install pygame

In article <20010624214819.A15560@flourish.org> you wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 24, 2001 at 09:04:49PM +0200, Joost Yervante Damad wrote:
>>   404 Not Found
>>   Fetched 4146B in 0s (7796B/s)
>>   Failed to fetch http://www.pygame.org/ftp/debian/./pygame_1.1.orig.tar.gz  404 Not Found
> Yep, Pete, I didn't upload this as it is the same as pygame_1.1.tar.gz.
> You should just upload that again, with the .orig filename.
> Debian packages are cunningly created from diffs from upstream
> tarballs.

Hm. As I understand it, apt will only get an orig.tar.gz if it's listed
in the .dsc, which means that it's been built with a diff. Is pygame
meant to be a native package? If not (which I assume, since it's
v1.1-1 rather than v1.1) then a symlink should be enough to keep apt


from string import *;import re,base64;w=base64.decodestring('YXF1YXJp'+
'dXNAa3J5b2dlbml4Lm9yZw==');u='['+lowercase+']';print re.sub(u,'-',w)
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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