[debian] howto: rebuilding sgt-puzzles for the FR
edorfaus at xepher.net
Sun Dec 19 15:28:52 CET 2010
On 12/17/2010 12:08 AM, Neil Jerram wrote:
> For people who like Simon Tatham's puzzle collection...
> On my SHR-T, for a long time I've used Frode Austvik's sgt-puzzles
Thank you! You just made me go back to look at this code again.
When I first started doing this package, I fully intended to keep
maintaining it - but then several things conspired against it, which has
caused it to be unmaintained (by me at least) for a year now...
I do hope to get back into things with my FR, but... well, we'll see.
> evening I finally realised that (a) the necessary code, i.e. Frode
> Austvik's patches, is all already in the Debian source package; and
Actually, most of them have been included upstream, which is probably
where Debian got them from... I just removed a bunch of patches from my
repository because they're no longer needed. :)
I've still got a couple left though... and made a new one just now... I
should probably try to push those upstream as well.
Looking at the Debian source package, it has several other patches I
don't, that could be quite useful on the FR (I'm not sure what's
actually used and not, but one patch mentions using a shared lib for the
shared code, and another mentions building all games into one binary to
share the code that way... either could be nice for space).
I should probably have based mine on the deb package to start with,
instead of reinventing stuff... ohwell, at least this way I built trunk,
and had an idea of what patches are actually used.
> (b) it's quite easy to rebuild the package (on the FR) to enable it:
Heh, this is something I hadn't really considered - building it *on* the
FR. :) Thinking about it though, that would probably make several issues
I had with building it easier - such as generating the icons (which
requires an X server, and hence binaries native to the compiling
system... which caused me to compile twice when cross-compiling :P ).
> # vi puzzles.h
> Comment out the "#ifdef _WIN32_WCE" and "#endif" around a group of
> defines for "Pocket PC devices", which are equally applicable to the
On 12/17/2010 12:59 PM, Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote:
> Could you make this a command line option?
It already is, sortof - basically, replace the "debian/rules binary"
command with this one:
CFLAGS="-D_WIN32_WCE" debian/rules binary
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