Peter Moll | 2 Jul 23:15 2010
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Re: 2.0.1 final released!

The Macports version is updated to 2.0.1

Peter
Op 18 jun 2010, om 00:20 heeft Olivier Sessink het volgende geschreven:

> 
> I'll wait with the announce until we have some binaries available! please let me know when they are ready!
> 
> Olivier
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Olivier Sessink | 3 Jul 12:46 2010
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Re: 2.0.1 final released!

Native MacOSX 2.0.1 is also on the download server. Only Win32 native is 
left.

Olivier

On 07/02/2010 11:15 PM, Peter Moll wrote:
> The Macports version is updated to 2.0.1
>
> Peter
> Op 18 jun 2010, om 00:20 heeft Olivier Sessink het volgende geschreven:
>
>>
>> I'll wait with the announce until we have some binaries available! please let me know when they are ready!
>>
>> Olivier
>>
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>>
>>
>

Wayne Sallee | 3 Jul 13:18 2010

Re: 2.0.1 final released!

Would you like to also have a Mandriva Linux RPM?

Wayne Sallee
Wayne@...

Olivier Sessink wrote on 07/03/2010 06:46 AM:
> Native MacOSX 2.0.1 is also on the download server. Only Win32 native 
> is left.
>
> Olivier
>
> On 07/02/2010 11:15 PM, Peter Moll wrote:
>> The Macports version is updated to 2.0.1
>>
>> Peter
>> Op 18 jun 2010, om 00:20 heeft Olivier Sessink het volgende geschreven:
>>
>>>
>>> I'll wait with the announce until we have some binaries available! 
>>> please let me know when they are ready!
>>>
>>> Olivier
>>>
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Olivier Sessink | 3 Jul 19:07 2010
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Re: 2.0.1 final released!

On 07/03/2010 01:18 PM, Wayne Sallee wrote:
> Would you like to also have a Mandriva Linux RPM?

if you are interested to become the Bluefish Mandriva package
maintainer: yes. That includes that you make packages the next releases,
fix bugs if there are bugs in the package, etc. (and can you create both
x86 and x86_64 packages?)

regards,
	Olivier
Wayne Sallee | 3 Jul 20:19 2010

Re: 2.0.1 final released!

Yes I'd be glad to do that.
I'll install a 64 bit version of Mandriva on one of my computers so that 
I can also buld the 64 bit rpms.

Wayne Sallee
Wayne@...

Olivier Sessink wrote on 07/03/2010 01:07 PM:
> On 07/03/2010 01:18 PM, Wayne Sallee wrote:
>    
>> Would you like to also have a Mandriva Linux RPM?
>>      
> if you are interested to become the Bluefish Mandriva package
> maintainer: yes. That includes that you make packages the next releases,
> fix bugs if there are bugs in the package, etc. (and can you create both
> x86 and x86_64 packages?)
>
> regards,
> 	Olivier
>    
Olivier Sessink | 3 Jul 20:35 2010
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Re: 2.0.1 final released!

On 07/03/2010 08:19 PM, Wayne Sallee wrote:
> Yes I'd be glad to do that.
> I'll install a 64 bit version of Mandriva on one of my computers so that
> I can also buld the 64 bit rpms.

that would be great :)

can you post the rpm's online somewhere so we can download them to the
download server?

do you want the specfile in the bluefish subversion repository?

Olivier
Olivier Sessink | 3 Jul 20:49 2010
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file naming conventions (for GtkUIManager and more)

Hi all,

the current file names in the bluefish code do not really follow a
convention. Only the bftextview* files are named in a logical way. I was
thinking of a file name convention, first to be used for the
GtkUIManager migration.

The convention:

- foo.h declares all functions about 'foo'
- foo.c implements all public functions about 'foo'
- foo_bar.h decares 'bar' helper functions for 'foo' that are
only/mostly called from foo_*.c files, not from other files
- foo_bar.c implements these helper functions

So when we migrate to GtkUIManager, we get rid of menu.c and menu.h,
gui.c and gui.h, and we create bfwin.c and bfwin.h and bfwin_uimanager.c
for the GtkUIManager and GtkActions.

What do you think?
1) do we need a convention?
2) Is this a useful convention?
3) is the bfwin* proposal a good proposal?

Olivier
Wayne Sallee | 3 Jul 21:34 2010

Re: 2.0.1 final released!

Here is the 32 bit rpm I built:
http://waynesallee.com/downloads/bluefish-2.0.1-relmdv2010.0.i586.rpm
The name had a "%" in it, and I took it out so that it would behave 
better on the web. I assume that won't hurt anything.

Here is the spec file:
http://waynesallee.com/downloads/bluefish.spec

What I did for the spec file was to take a spec file from Mandriva 
backports for 2.0.0 and used the 2.0.1 spec file from
http://www.bennewitz.com/rpms/fedora/13/specfiles/  to see what needed 
updating, and updeated it, then created the rpm.
I also looked at the spec files of other versions of bluefish.

If you would rather it be done differently, let me know.

I'm not quite sure what you are talking about when you mention 
"subversion repository". I guess you are talking about the speck files 
of the earlier versions of Bluefish?

Wayne Sallee
Wayne@...

Olivier Sessink wrote on 07/03/2010 02:35 PM:
> On 07/03/2010 08:19 PM, Wayne Sallee wrote:
>    
>> Yes I'd be glad to do that.
>> I'll install a 64 bit version of Mandriva on one of my computers so that
>> I can also buld the 64 bit rpms.
>>      
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Olivier Sessink | 3 Jul 22:33 2010
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Re: 2.0.1 final released!

On 07/03/2010 09:34 PM, Wayne Sallee wrote:
> Here is the 32 bit rpm I built:
> http://waynesallee.com/downloads/bluefish-2.0.1-relmdv2010.0.i586.rpm
> The name had a "%" in it, and I took it out so that it would behave
> better on the web. I assume that won't hurt anything.

what is the common naming convention for Mandriva packages? what does
the relmdv2010.0 stand for?

> Here is the spec file:
> http://waynesallee.com/downloads/bluefish.spec
> 
> What I did for the spec file was to take a spec file from Mandriva
> backports for 2.0.0 and used the 2.0.1 spec file from
> http://www.bennewitz.com/rpms/fedora/13/specfiles/  to see what needed
> updating, and updeated it, then created the rpm.
> I also looked at the spec files of other versions of bluefish.
> 
> If you would rather it be done differently, let me know.
> 
> I'm not quite sure what you are talking about when you mention
> "subversion repository". I guess you are talking about the speck files
> of the earlier versions of Bluefish?

We keep the files and all of the changes in a version management system
(just like the source code). For example here you can see all changes
for the fedora spec file:
http://bluefish.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/bluefish/packages/redhat/bluefish/bluefish.spec?view=log

regards,
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Wayne Sallee | 3 Jul 23:25 2010

Re: 2.0.1 final released!


Olivier Sessink wrote on 07/03/2010 04:33 PM:
> what is the common naming convention for Mandriva packages? what does
> the relmdv2010.0 stand for?
>
>    

I don't know what the relmdv stands for. I suppose I could look it up. 
:-) That's the first time I've seen it in an rmp, and was a bit 
surprised. That's also the first time I've built an rpm. But I tested it 
in 3 different computers (4 different installs [booted up on two 
different mandriva hard drives on one computer] ), and it worked fine

> We keep the files and all of the changes in a version management system
> (just like the source code). For example here you can see all changes
> for the fedora spec file:
> http://bluefish.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/bluefish/packages/redhat/bluefish/bluefish.spec?view=log
>
> regards,
> 	Olivier
>
>    

That's handy. I see you also have an older spec file for Mandriva, made 
back in Jan of 2009. I'll make a spec file off of that, and build an rmp.

Wayne Sallee
Wayne@...

Gmane