[developers] LUI binaries in the main LKB repository
Emily M. Bender
ebender at uw.edu
Fri Jan 15 22:24:51 CET 2016
Thanks, Stephan. I'll test out the new Ubuntu+LKB VirtualBox appliance
when David makes it --- when he's back next week.
On Fri, Jan 15, 2016 at 12:31 PM, Woodley Packard <sweaglesw at sweaglesw.org>
> Thanks for spearheading this. That all sounds right to me.
> > On Jan 15, 2016, at 12:25 PM, Stephan Oepen <oe at ifi.uio.no> wrote:
> > hi again, david and woodley,
> >> while synchronizing versions in the LOGON tree vs. the main (or LinGO)
> >> SVN repository for the LKB, i noticed that the main repository still
> >> appears to feature separate ‘yzlui’ and ‘pangolui’ binaries, both
> >> several years older than the unified, pango-enabled ‘yzlui’ binaries
> >> in the LOGON tree.
> >> i suspect the LOGON versions have been comparatively widely tested
> >> since they were last updated (in march 2014, i believe while woodley
> >> was visiting here), and i am not aware of any known compatibility
> >> issues. i suspect the LinGO builds possibly get most used in grammar
> >> engineering classes at UW (and by other users of your bootable cd
> >> distribution).
> >> would you want me to propagate the latest LUI binaries into the LKB
> trunk now?
> > per request by emily, i just applied the above propagation of LUI
> > binaries, i.e. the old ‘pangolui’ binaries in the LKB trunk are now
> > gone, and the ‘yzlui’ binaries updated to current versions, which
> > include pango support.
> > david, may i suggest you remove the ‘pangolui’ patches you had applied
> > in your build set-up and re-generate a fresh ‘test’ build of the LinGO
> > collection?
> > all, while at it, i also purged all binaries and libraries for Solaris
> > and for PPC architectures from the LKB trunk. for all i know, these
> > platforms hardly exist anymore, and either way those binaries have not
> > been maintained and tested in close to a decade now.
> > with thanks in advance, oe
Emily M. Bender
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