[PD] pd-else in Debian (was Re: installing pd via apt-get)

Alexandre Torres Porres porres at gmail.com
Mon Dec 16 15:52:39 CET 2019

Em ter., 24 de set. de 2019 às 07:17, IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>

> On 9/22/19 9:10 AM, IOhannes m zmölnig wrote:
> >> so maybe I could
> >> include as well my other library (else)? But how?
> > *you*  will need to find a Debian maintainer to include*anything*  in
> Debian.
> >
> > luckily, i have filed an itp (intention to package) "else" for Debian a
> while ago.
> >
> > i just haven't found the time yet.
> so i had a quick look into packaging pd-else.


> currently there's two (minor) obstacles:

Yeah, I didn't mean it for now. I'm aware of both obstacles (license /
instability). I'm yet to better explicitly sort all licenses (currently
they're only in the code of certain objects) when I release a stable
release. And when this stable release is out, it means things won't change
so much as of right now.

> once these issues are clarified, i intend to proceed.

I Hope this might be the case sometime before 2021.

Thanks again.
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