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Le 19/08/2010 11:01, Denis Barbier a écrit :
I am usually not a big fan of those "These projects use
but as po4a is a little bit complex to start with, I believe that such
a page could be very helpful for beginners.
What do you think? Is this a stupid idea?
I think it would be great, I must admit I was looking for such
information when I first try to use it, in order to copy some idea from
the source code.
Is someone interested by this task?
I guess some projects could be found by looking for po4a in the Sources
list of apt in a Debian box (and I wonder why I didn't thought of a
search like this earlier).
Do you have something else in mind?
Here is a list of source packages depending of po4a, po4a is a false
positive in this list (there could be others), some project may use po4a
in the dist-build target and thus not depend on po4a at build time, and
of course, not every project are in Debian, but that's a start.
I'm pretty sure someone could write something proper and pull the
Homepage in the process when available. Anyway, I could verify this list
if you want, do you think of any other information we could pull? What
form do you want for them? I'm looking at grep-dctrl(1) (dctrl-tools) in
order to find a better way to do this.
$ grep po4a -B8
| grep Package: | sed 's/Package: //'
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