[L2Ork-dev] deb for debian 8/9

Jean-Christophe Sekinger jc.sekinger at free.fr
Wed Sep 21 19:45:27 UTC 2016

:( it does not compile on debian - I modified control.desktop  in the 
source I have had downloaded from git... but it doesn't work: the deb is 
13.8Mb and it seems that any librairies are not supported...

Jean-Christophe (Sekinger)
19 rue des Pontets
33000 Bordeaux
06 82 09 82 20 (dehors)
09 52 12 95 32 (dedans)

Le 20/09/2016 à 14:22, Albert Graef a écrit :
> On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 3:11 PM, Ivica Bukvic <ico at vt.edu 
> <mailto:ico at vt.edu>> wrote:
>     Albert, any chance you could set up a launchpad to build debs
>     specifically for Debian?
> Zero chance, I'm afraid. We use Arch on all our systems these days, 
> and I just keep one Ubuntu LTS installation around on an external hard 
> drive so that I can build and test my Faust, Pure and 
> Pd-L2Ork/Purr-Data packages. Between the dozens of packages I 
> currently maintain for Arch, Ubuntu and MacPorts, I simply don't have 
> the time to support yet another platform; I'd rather do some real R+D 
> instead. ;-)
> Someone else will have to step in there. I'm not sure how exactly the 
> deb build chain looks like upstream on Debian, but if it has debuild 
> and friends then chances are that the debuild/ stuff in the repo may 
> work without too many changes. Another idea would be to create a snap 
> package for pd-l2ork which would then work on all major Linux distros, 
> but I don't have the time to work on that right now.
> Albert
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