>>>> "SY" == Steve Youngs
NDB> Which brings us to another question. Is there an RPM spec
NDB> included in the standard xemacs tarball? I think there
NDB> should be.
SY> No. And there's not likely to ever be either.
Could you expand on this? I see no reason why we shouldn't
incorporate pms specs subject to the caveat that they can be written
in such a way as to work on the user's system.
Eg, I don't know about the Debian-distributed .debs (I believe they
currently depend unacceptably on stuff like Xaw3d), but in general
it's not hard to make a "generic" debian/rules.
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