[squeak-dev] Debian tarball updates?
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Wed Jun 23 16:12:57 UTC 2021
That would be my plan 'C' proposal if nothing else works out. It's pretty
trivial to create and host, but it does create a bit of friction for users
to add a repo to their sources list so that makes it the least desirable of
the options. It would also likely necessitate creating one for Debian,
one for Ubuntu and one for Raspbian as from time to time these distros do
make conflicting decisions re: library versions for their respective
releases. But as a last resort, it is an option.
On Wed, Jun 23, 2021 at 8:53 AM Levente Uzonyi <leves at caesar.elte.hu> wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Jun 2021, tim Rowledge wrote:
> > A word about the bounty I'm offering; as far as I'm concerned a bounty
> is not payment for work done, it is a thank you gift for making the world a
> better place. I certainly couldn't afford to pay properly for the likely
> amount of work involved in this project! If several people work together on
> this I will ask you to mutually decide who gets what.
> > What I hope we can , at minimum, end up with is getting us back to a
> world where one can do
> > `apt install squeak`
> > on as wide as possible a range of Debian based machines, and get an
> actual platform appropriate, up to date, system. Being able to include
> secondary VMs able to run various formats of image would be a delightful
> It's possible to create and host Squeak's own repository, like many
> projects do if the Debian folks reject the changes.
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