[pkg-kolab] Re: [Pkg-Cyrus-imapd-Debian-devel] Kolab and cyrus
Henrique de Moraes Holschuh
hmh at debian.org
Thu Jan 12 00:25:45 UTC 2006
On Wed, 11 Jan 2006, Steffen Joeris wrote:
> We (the Debian Kolab guys) now want to discuss the inclusion of some patches
> with the Cyrus Maintainers (I write this mail to both lists to inform all
> about it).
I have seen the patches, and they made me *very* worried, because they
certainly will break completely in cyrus 2.3.
I thought the patches were simple things, like vendor annotations... big bad
assumption to make.
Are you guys opposed to a cyrus-kolab type of solution? I really don't want
to subject people using regular cyrus tools to the kind of breakage kolab
risks when disabling certain checks, or allowing @ inside the hierarchy,etc.
> So maybe there is a chance to produce an additional binary package which is
> called kolab-cyrus* and which conflicts with the standard cyrus?
Ah, we are speaking the same language. Yes, it is possible.
> This is a lot of work, maybe/hopefully you find an other way of doing it.
Not really, it just causes us to change the build system, and to have two
different sets of patches for each build.
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