eric.dunbar at gmail.com
Mon Jan 31 15:11:43 CST 2005
On Tue, 1 Feb 2005 04:59:16 +1100, Shimon wrote:
> yes i know i can build it my self.... but i am talking about an
> offical package in hoary
> On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 12:37:06 -0500, Eric wrote:
> > On Tue, 1 Feb 2005 02:31:01 +1100, Shimon wrote:
> > > can it be included into hoary? please? its very useful editor and has
> > > had a lot of bug fixes from 0.13 that have been annoying me.
> > I can confirm that 1.0 works well in Ubuntu. It's actually relatively
> > easy to install if you have the gcc compiler installed on your system.
> > Download the source code .tar from the Bluefish site. Read the README
(as I write this I'm recompiling the install b/c I removed bluefish
throug the apt-get interface (removed 0.13) but unfortunately it seems
to have removed some pictures... it didn't stop bluefish 1.0 from
opening but it did cause it to throw up a bunch of errors on the CLUI)
I was just pointing out that, in the interrim, there's no reason
anyone can't have it running themselves. But, yes, it would be nice to
have it in universe. Debian supposedly had the latest version as a
.deb BEFORE the bluefish team had even told the world (or Debian) that
bluefish 1.0 was available... they think the Debian package maintainer
was monitoring their ftp site :).
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