[pkg-fso-maint] Mokomaze for Debian

Антон ant007h at gmail.com
Thu Feb 12 19:38:08 UTC 2009

Hello, Joachim.

Thank you that you are interested in my program.

I am not a make/compile/cross-compile guru, but I think that tuning mokomaze
sources to meet Debian requirements is a good idea. I hope, I will have done
it on this weekend. I will let you know about the result.



2009/2/12 Joachim Breitner <nomeata at debian.org>:
> Hi Anton,
> at the Openmoko user meet in Karlsruhe today I saw mokomaze, and it
> looks like a very nice program, and I would be interested in including
> it in Debian.
> I noticed that the source tarball on the sourceforge page does not
> include the usual configure and Makefiles, but rather only configure.ac
> etc. It also includes a file that is not in the mokomaze directory. If
> you want to create a source package that follows the usual scheme in the
> free foftware world, I recommend you create it by running
> $ make dist
> This creates a tarball with only the required files, including files
> generated by automake/autoconf, so that users can go ahead an
> run ./configure && make && make install as usual. You should check if
> you need dist_mokomaze_DATA instead of mokomaze_DATA in data/Makefile.am
> then.
> Your configure.ac declares a dependency for gconf-2.0 and mokoui, but it
> compiles without either of these. You probably need to remove them, and
> add sdl.
> Oh, and if I may issue a wish: Could you make the filename of the font
> file configurable via a parameter to make? In debian, it is not allowed
> to ship copies of fonts, so I would need to
> use /usr/share/fonts/truetype/ttf-liberation/LiberationMono-Regular.ttf
> here.
> If you could release a source tarball that addresses these issues, I’ll
> be happy to make mokomaze apt-get install’able.
> Greetings and thanks,
> Joachim
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