[debian] state of enlightment and illume packaging
mallik.v.arjun at gmail.com
Mon Nov 24 16:41:25 CET 2008
On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 3:25 AM, The Rasterman Carsten Haitzler <
raster at rasterman.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 23 Nov 2008 21:38:05 +0000 "Neil Jerram" <
> neiljerram at googlemail.com>
> > 2008/11/23 Bernd Prünster <bernd.pruenster at gmail.com>:
> > >
> > > do you really care about segv ? this si not a debian issue, e17 is
> still in
> > > development, but the recovery option is flawless (just my experience,
> > > ALWAYS worked and it doesn't take more that a few seconds, so you can
> > > answer a call if this happens!)
> > I care if what I'm getting is the expected behaviour, or is atypical;
> > with the related points being
> > - is there something that I am doing wrong to cause this?
> > - should I be spending time to collect and report more diagnostics?
> it's atypical. trust me. i do NOT like segv's! if i see them, i hunt them
> with vengeance. the problem is reproducing them and getting a sensible
> backtrace and possibly getting it to do the same in valgrind so i can
> the real source of the segv (which often is not the actual segv point but
> earlier when something stomps over memory it shouldn't).
> e is trying to accomplish a whole lot of things at once. be small and lean,
> efficient and yet still provide a whole host of features and be sexy
> requiring incredibly high-end hardware. this all takes a lot of effort and
> delicate balancing act. right now we're making long-term decisions on the
> of things to build on in the future and why it takes so long to "be stable"
> "release". the feedback i get from many users is our "unstable svn dev" is
> stable than most "releases" of most software - which is good. but i take
> seriously. some i know are just "haven't gotten to that subsystem yet in
> of debugging/fixing/cleaning", so they just wait until i do, other are
> "what on
> earth was that?" bugs.
Hello guys, can any one of u tell me how to install e17 on debian???
because i did not find any package when i typed apt-get install
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