mckinstry at computer.org
Fri Sep 16 06:14:19 UTC 2005
Rafael Laboissiere wrote:
>[Cc: to the maintainer of libslang2]
>* Paul Boekholt <p.boekholt at hetnet.nl> [2005-09-15 16:22]:
>>On Wed, 14 Sep 2005 18:18:05 +0200, Jörg Sommer <joerg at alea.gnuu.de> said:
>>>does anyone know this package?
>>That was a script to call an external program to jump to the line where you
>>last edited a file when reopening it. AFAIK The script never worked right,
>>gdbmrecent does this much better.
>I have been using this package for ages and it works perfectly for me.
>I would like to try gdbmrecent.sl from the jedmodes (BTW, will it be
>included in jed-extra?). However, it depends on the slgdbm module, which
>is not in Debian. I could consider packaging it, though, and this
>brings me to another question: is there a place in Debian for installing
>SLang modules? It seems that all the modules distributed with the SLang
>tarball (fcntl newt pcre png select slsmg termios, and varray) are simply
>ignored in Debian.
I had originally not included the modules as they were not included in
slang1, and I did not wish to add more stuff to Debian base, as libslang2
is in base.
But looking at the modules directory again, it looks sensible to include
them in the new slsh package.
I will include them in slsh in the next upload, with the modules
going into /usr/lib/slang/v2/modules and the .sl files in /usr/share/slsh
as per the Makefile install targets.
(ditto with the examples, help and cmap files)
Does this sound reasonable?
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