[darcs-users] high-level UTF-8 feedback
tux_rocker at reinier.de
Tue Jan 5 19:29:37 UTC 2010
Op maandag 04 januari 2010 10:06 schreef Trent W. Buck:
> Reinier Lamers <tux_rocker at reinier.de> writes:
> > * Investigate how to handle the ICU dependency on Windows; if we have
> > to, just bundle the ICU source.
> From the Debian integrator to the release manager:
> It will annoy me if the source tarball for 2.4 contains icu, because
> I'll have to either roll a new tarball (i.e. unbundle it) or document
> the copyright details of all of icu.
> Since I don't care about Windows users, I'd prefer to provide them with
> pre-built binaries rather than include icu in the source tarball.
We could also make a special tarball for hackage that contains ICU, so that
people can do "cabal install darcs", and keep the other darcs source
But that would be extra work for every release. It would be more logical if
the text-icu package bundled ICU in its source (as I've heard zlib does).
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