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Re: Would you accept a small patch to make window(1) work on non-BSD systems?
Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg <at> britannica.bec.de> writes:
> Source changes are very likely to get included, but I don't think we
> want to springle the tree with GNUMakefiles.
I poked around in cvsweb but I couldn't find any example of a program NetBSD
packages for external use. Could you name one or two?
> For those cases we packaged
> programs for external use, they are generally done with autoconf and
> those files are not kept in src.
I am willing to use autotools if people tell me it's a better idea. Is it a
Note that I don't want spend too much time on window(1) or to take on
maintainership. If I send just a source code patch, a configure.in, and a
Makefile.am to the NetBSD project, will someone else handle all the rest?
jasonspiro4 at gmail.com
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