Simplified Chinese translation for po4a
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2 years, 4 months
Where does the debian package live?
by Martin Quinson
I wanted to help a bit merging some of the bugs that are pending, and
I cannot find the debian package source anymore. It seems to me that
the upstream source is here:
And the PTS says that the package is here:
but as far as I can tell, there is the same content in both svn roots.
That could be easily explained by the fact that scm.alioth.debian.org
and svn.debian.org are the same machine :)
It becomes funny because there is no debian/ in this repository. It
got removed on by Denis in a commit stating:
Drop debian/ directory
It is now managed in an external git repository, see
And then, in that git repo, there is no activity since 2012-10-20
while v0.45 was uploaded on 2013-08-21.
Denis, did you forget to push some changes or even to commit some stuff?
Or am I just too tired to read it right?
Thanks for your help,
Only when you have actually done something which is wrong can you actually
go about doing things correctly.
Actually wrong is better than hypothetically correct.
-- Timothy Miller on LMK
8 years, 11 months