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[debian-devel:12506] Re: bf-utf, gnewt
- From: Taketoshi Sano <kgh12351@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [debian-devel:12506] Re: bf-utf, gnewt
- Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2000 19:59:09 +0900
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In article <87ya42b2e1.fsf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
at 18 Jun 2000 23:39:34 -0700,
on bf-utf, gnewt,
karlheg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Karl M. Hegbloom) writes:
> I started trying to port the patches I found in the bf-utf repository
> over to the `slang' Newt (snewt) in the `gnewt' module.
Thanks for working on bf-utf.
> Are those changes backwards compatible? I know nothing about that.
> Note that there is a `minislang' in `gnewt' that I think we can
> use... I did not apply any patches to it.
What do you mean with "backward compatible" ? I think the back-porting
of the patch (created with slang 1.4.0) for older 1.3 series is really
hard because of many difference between 1.3 and 1.4, but you can try it
anyway. If you get success, then we can use it happily.
Do you think that `minislang' is usable for us in bf-utf for potato ?
> If it's backwards compatible, we should switch to the `gnewt' tree
> rather than the `bf-utf' one for Newt and Slang.
I will checkout that gnewt modules from cvs.debian.org.
Taketoshi Sano: <email@example.com>,<firstname.lastname@example.org>,<kgh12351@xxxxxxxxxxx>