I'm attaching an ebuild for Dr. Genius, an interactive geometry package for
GNOME 1.x. Its home page is at www.ofset.org/drgenius . (The ebuild alone is
sufficient for installing the program.) Thanks.
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Ebuild for Dr. Genius
should be IUSE="nls", no?
Right... I've also added an nls? ... line to DEPEND, just in case some user enabled it for this package but not for gnome. See attachment.
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adds nls IUSE and nls ? (...) to DEPEND.
The world has not waited for us; version 0.8.4 is now out. The user docs are now in a separate archive, so renaming the ebuild won't work. I'm attaching an updated ebuild; I have verified that it builds and functions correctly on my machine (a PPC box with gcc 3.2.x).
The new documentation is sadly incomplete, but it's good enough to help a beginner figure out the software.
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Updated ebuild (0.8.4)
This downloads and installs the separate documentation archive regardless of
USE flags; I believe this behavior is correct because it's only installing
george, tod please could any of u ?
drgeo 0.9.12 is now in ~x86.
Can someone create a version bump to 0.9.14?
I'm testing 0.9.12 now and will test 0.9.14 next.
Please change summary of bug to "app-sci/drgeo-0.9.12.ebuild (new package)"
When I got to Help in drgeo, I get the following error:
This help directory does not exist:
Maybe the manual is not installed or it is not yet translated in your language.
If you want to translate the manual contact email@example.com.
Other than that bug, drgeo looks fine. I tested most of the drawing functions and the export functions.
Simply renamed ebuild to drgeo-0.9.14.ebuild, built correctly under amd64 arch using gcc 3.4.2-r2. I was able to run it, and have tested most of the drawing functions and the PNG export function.
The docs do not install, and produce the same error mentioned previously. There is an entry in the TODO file - 'Write a documentation. -in progress-'. There is an online manual available.
drgenuis is now drgeo. See bug 66165 for a request for a 0.9.14 version bump.