[aur-general] TUs: anyone want to take dmd into community?
geoffroy.carrier at koon.fr
Sat Jun 28 00:51:51 EDT 2008
On Sat, Jun 28, 2008 at 6:12 AM, Anders Bergh <anders1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I spoke to Walter and he told me that it would be okay to let Arch
> Linux distribute dmd in the repositories. I'm not a TU, but feel free
> to take over the dmd and libphobos packages (and perhaps even
I launched the initiative for dmd.
Robin Kreis sent an E-mail to Walter, and forwarded his answer to me.
My policy would be to include this E-mail in /usr/share/license/dmd/,
like for Skype.
I don't know much about this whole D question, I use use apps written in D.
I would need another authorization to package libphotos and/or
libtango (then, including dmd to use the same E-mail for all
> (for those who don't know what dmd is: it's the main compiler for the
> D programming language)
And it's x86-only, binary form (i.e. no x86_64).
gdc, GCC's port for D, is far from usable in its last stable version,
from what I've heard on #d.
I think it should be discussed here, as it's not available for x86_64,
only Archlinux and a few others can redistribute it, etc.
I personnaly would like to include it, as you can guess.
Thank you for your work,
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