david.leonard at csee.uq.edu.au
Sat Dec 16 10:00:32 CET 2000
just a quick note on future packaging: python1.6 and above come with
a distribution/packaging system ... which can build RPMs, etc. (or, so
i have finally discoverred in the python documentation)
so... Begone! disparate and out-of-date packaging systems! :)
what i mean to say is that things will get better... i promise.. real soon
now... no new taxes
On Fri, 15 Dec 2000, Michael Ströder typed thusly:
> > I was wondering if someone could provide the SPEC file which was used to
> > compile the RPM for RedHat. I have a RedHat 6.2 SPARC box, but have an
> > interest in maintaining python-ldap as a package.
> > I'd be happy to donate the SPARC RPM back to the development site.
> Have a look at what Mirko did so far: http://www.webideal.de/ldap/.
> He does not have the time to keep up with the new versions.
> > (PS - I'm not subscribed to the dev list; just an interested user...)
> Please subscribe. It's really low-traffic.
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