blazek at itc.it
Tue Jun 1 04:21:35 EDT 2004
On Tuesday 01 June 2004 07:22, Hamish wrote:
> > I would like to add the distribution name to binary package name,
> > I have found http://distro.pipfield.ca/ , the last update on
> > that site was 2002/05/21 but it seems to be maintained here:
> > http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/inkscape/inkscape/distro
> > (last update 2004/01/06).
> > It could cause more problems than it solves. Any other idea
> > how to get distribution name automaticaly?
> How would you use it?
> I think there are too many choices to get 100% of the possibilities, and
> then people may have customized frankenstein systems, making this only
> good for hinting .. I think you could catch 90% of the cases though. Mac
> & Windows are pretty simple, probably only a limited number of IRIX/Solaris
> releases as well to try. Linux & BSD are another story...
> This will cover most people, but never all.
> For debian/testing (Sarge), eg:
> $ ./distro.sh
> Which doesn't tell you anything about what version of libs I have, etc.
Yes, it fails on RH9.0 as well. We can manualy rename binary packages
and change NAME_VER in install.sh.
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