More Misc. Fink Updates

Been doing a lot more to catch up on my Fink packages (and updates to a few that aren't mine) and have been working on getting KDE 3.4.2 cleaned up in unstable.

  • amarok: updated to 1.3.1

  • boo: updated to 0.6

  • bundle-kde*: lots of cleanups to fix upgrades

  • cairo: updated to 1.0

  • glitz: fixed a minor libtool library issue

  • gstreamer & gst-plugins: updated to 0.8.11, modernized dependencies (libshout2, etc.)

  • kde/koffice i18n: fixed download issues

  • kdeaddons3: made a kdeaddons3 package (which includes kpackage and a few other misc. utilities)

  • kdepim3: really fix the kaddressbook/kmail crash this time (by using gpgme's pthread implementation, instead of pth)

  • libbonobo2 & libbonoboui2: updated to 2.10.1

  • libcapsinetwork: updated to 0.3.0 (to go along with monopd 0.9.3)

  • md5deep: new package, MD5/SHA1/etc. tool

  • monodevelop: fix building against Boo 0.6

  • monopd: updated to 0.9.3

  • pbzip2: multi-cpu-aware version of bzip2

  • system-openssl-dev: put some info in the package description on how to use it

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1 comment to More Misc. Fink Updates

  • Daphne Pfister

    I found a bug in the file. There are two places that refer to /sw instead of using %p. The first is in the compile script. The second is in the DescUsage section. BTW If you use %p in the DescUsage section you do get the right information when you run fink info packagename.
    — /opt/fink/fink/10.4-transitional/unstable/crypto/finkinfo/ 2005-09-02 14:16:25.000000000 -0400
    +++ /opt/fink/fink/10.4-transitional/local/crypto/finkinfo/ 2005-09-08 02:45:02.000000000 -0400
    @@ -46,7 +46,7 @@
    export ac_cv_path_GPGME_CONFIG=”%p/bin/gpgme-config –thread=pthread”
    export CC=gcc-3.3 CXX=g++-3.3
    – ranlib /sw/lib/libgpg*.a >/dev/null 2>&1
    + ranlib %p/lib/libgpg*.a >/dev/null 2>&1
    ./ cvs %N %v %r make -f admin/Makefile.common cvs
    ./ configure %N %v %r ./configure %c
    @@ -935,7 +935,7 @@
    To use KDE as your windowing system in XDarwin, create a file called
    “.xinitrc” in your home directory, containing the following line:
    – /sw/bin/startkde >/tmp/kde.log 2>&1
    + %p/bin/startkde >/tmp/kde.log 2>&1
    for more information on the xinitrc files and how they work.