[Lumiera] Question about scons and backporting asciidoc

Ichthyostega prg at ichthyostega.de
Tue Feb 28 00:58:11 CET 2012


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>> Am Sat, 25 Feb 2012 08:57:12 +0100 schrieb Christian Thaeter 
>> <ct at pipapo.org>:
>>> Another question: how hard would it be to backport asciidoc and put a 
>>> debian package into our depot ?


>>> ....we stomped on some nasty old asciidoc bugs, which we now worked
>>> around but it would be somewhat nice to have a fixed version installed on
>>> our server.

Am 27.02.2012 05:24, schrieb Ichthyostega:
> Well, basically it just needs trying, if the new package (from Wheezy) works 
> on Debian/stable. Usually it does, and thus usually it's rather trivial to do
> such backports. I'll have a look into that next day.

Good news: doing a backport of the newest asciidoc package 8.6.6 was dead easy.
Heh.. its just a nifty little python script, after all.

A x86_64 version for *Squeeze* can be found in our debian repo
http://lumiera.org/debian/pool/experimental/

++--APT.sources-------------------------------------------

## ====== Lumiera =========
deb http://lumiera.org/debian/ squeeze experimental
deb-src http://lumiera.org/debian/ squeeze experimental


Is the webserver updated to Squeeze already?
Sorry, I don't know the current status.

Anyway, building further backports would be a matter of just a few minutes.

Have fun with asciidoc!

Cheers
Hermann


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