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Re: [ITP] antiword-0.34
Builds OK - interestingly, you don't use the generic script, but do use
method 2.. (not a problem, IMHO).
Binary package layout looks good - binary seems to work OK, though it doesn't
take the graphics and the styles quite correctly. IMHO, that's not a show-
stopper, as the file is very readable and the formatting that it doesn't
get comes from a local .dot file with many, many macros in it.
Just one thing: the manpage (.1) is in the package three times, which seems
to be to be a bit of overkill. IMHO, the ones under /usr/share/doc/antiword-0.34
should be removed.
Other than that, IMHIO, this is ready to fly :)
On Mon, Oct 06, 2003 at 03:17:00PM +0200, Gerrit P. Haase wrote:
> Ronald schrieb:
> > This has my vote
> This is #3, cool.
> But I missed to specify the category in the setup.hint:
> # antiword
> sdesc: "A free MS Word reader"
> ldesc: "Antiword converts the binary files from
> Word 2, 6, 7, 97, 2000 and 2002 to plain text
> and to PostScript TM."
> requires: cygwin
> category: Text
> I fixed this at the setup.hint at the server too, now.
> And it is not reviewed yet (IIRC).
> Would some kind soul take a quick look (it is really a tiny package
> which compiles in a minute)?
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