eclipse-pydev: New upstream release 1.3.13 avaible
nick at stinemates.org
Mon Feb 18 20:10:46 UTC 2008
Derek Broughton wrote:
> Kristian Rink wrote:
>> Am Sun, 17 Feb 2008 22:15:05 +0100
>> schrieb Dennis Martin Herbers <d2kxweb at web.de>:
>>> Package: eclipse-pydev
>>> Version: 1.2.5-2
>>> Severity: wishlist
>>> There is a much more recent upstream release (1.3.13) avaible...
>>> please update it...
>> Same as there's a new version of Eclipse SDK (3.3.x) available...
>> Somehow I always questioned the idea of packing up Eclipse (which in
>> itself contains a rather strict package management including
>> dependencies and versions) in even another package management just to
>> having it installable via apt/aptitude/synaptic.
> Much as I love apt, I am coming to the same realization. I have a project
> that really needs Eclipse 3.3, and there's little likelihood we'll see it
> packaged for Hardy+1 at this point, let alone Hardy.
> Similarly, I'm doing Plone development and have given up on Ubuntu being
> anywhere close to the stable trailing-edge (_not_ the bleeding edge) of
> Plone, and am now using the unified installer (got to learn buildout) and
Well here's the problem.
You both have 2 packages which mean something to you, and you seem to be
technical enough. What's keeping you from packaging Eclipse 3.3? What's
keeping you from packaging the latest 'trailing-edge' of Plone?
That's right. Nothing is.
If you had packaged these things, submitted to the dev team, and it's
still not available -- that's an entirely different story and I
apologize. Somehow I suspect that is not the case.
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