Mail Archives: cygwin-apps/2002/06/18/14:47:36
Charles Wilson wrote:
> So, I propose to
> a) add a libiconv dependency (*)
> b) add a libexpat dependency -- yes, 0.11.2 can use expat if it is
> (*) Yes, I'll provide/maintain libiconv-1.8.0 -- but I would
> appreciate if someone who has been whining about the lack of libiconv
> would take over maintainership of my zip and unzip packages
> (Gerrit??). They are low maintainance, but I would like to reduce the
> total number of packages I'm responsible for. I still feel that, as a
> non-multilingual, latin-alphabet user, I'm not the best person to
> answer questions about using libiconv -- but as long as the package
> passes its own built-in selftests...and heck, I've been "maintaining"
> the gettext package for years. So, consider this an "ITP: libiconv"
Sounds good to me. I'm sorry if you feel like you have too many
packages :-(. Let me be one of the many to say thanks for your effort :-).
> Bruno included some "packaging hints" in the latest distro.
> However, they don't really seem to address the issue of two-part
> libintl shared libs, and having multiple versions coexist, or 3rd
> party packages depending on specific versions of the shared lib... He
Is xgettext.exe included or has that been phased out?
It sounds reasonable to me...
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