Michel Schinz <Michel.Schinz@epfl.ch> writes:
> The current votes seem to favour the solution based on our own
> installation procedure. Although we did not specify who's allowed to
> vote, and therefore when voting ends, I'd like to move on a bit with
> the proposal. We can always change things later should the wind turn.
> Thus, I plan to do the following now:
> - rewrite or complete the original document to incorporate the
> various ideas that were proposed during discussion, namely:
> * say something about libraries which contain C code (see Martin's
> message on the subject),
I hope to update the scx CVS module with a completely installable
version within the next two days or so.
> * take into account the fact that packages will be loaded using
> the (hopefully) forthcoming -lel option, and that the "main"
> file therefore has to be written in the exec language,
> * augment the install library with one or two things I mentioned
> in a previous message,
> - augment the install library to make it possible to specify two
> "root" directories: one which will be the final one, one in which
> the files actually have to be installed (this will make it
> possible to use staging directories, and is needed if the script
> has to be useable by Debian/Fink/... packages),
> - write some correct package definitions for sunterlib, sunet,
> pgscsh and maybe some other packages (if people would like to
> suggest one, I'd be interested; If I have time, I might give a
> look at Mike's port of Oleg's SXML stuff, which I find pretty
I'm sure Andreas will help you out if you have questions regarding the
sunet package ;-)
> Considering the fact that I'm pretty busy these days, I fear that this
> will take me about a week.
Okay, we will wait for you then. Be sure to let me know if you need
any kind of infrastructure (CVS, ftp or http space, ...).