[ITP] mlcscope-14.1.8 (Attempt 2)

Dave & Diane daveanddiane@kringlecottage.com
Mon Aug 7 15:52:00 GMT 2006

No we haven't - I was hoping that once Reini was satisfied, the other 
votes would quickly follow...

Thanks for checking though.


Christopher Faylor wrote:

>On Sun, Aug 06, 2006 at 04:25:27PM +0200, Reini Urban wrote:
>>Dave & Diane schrieb:
>>>I would like to propose a new package, mlcscope for cygwin. I would like
>>>to become the maintainer of this package. I have resolved the issues 
>>>that Reini raised and am ready for another try...
>>>I'm including the setup.hint:
>>>$ cat setup.hint
>>># comment
>>>sdesc: "Lucent version of cscope for multiple languages (mlcscope)"
>>>ldesc: "Lucent version of cscope for multiple languages (mlcscope).
>>>mlcscope is a source code browser tool allowing developers to simplify
>>>searching source code. mlcscope differs from cscope by using
>>>separate parsers for C/C++ and Java. mlcscope is developed by
>>>Lucent Technologies."
>>>requires: cygwin libncurses8
>>>category: Devel
>>>As far as I am aware, mlcscope is not available in any major Linux
>>>I have placed the packages to be reviewed at
>>>http://www.lowtechnet.com/cscope :
>>[no GTG] There's still no README in CYGWIN-PATCHES and no instructions 
>>how to build from src. You have to look into the binary packaged
>>/usr/share/doc/Cygwin/mlcscope-14.1.8.README to get a hint.
>Please excuse my ignorance but have we gotten the requisite number of
>votes for this package?
>I'm just mentioning this to set expectations.  I don't want anyone to
>assume that a GTG would mean inclusion in the distribution if we haven't
>gotten the right number of votes.


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