I know there's a 0.2 request already - but somehow i can't change that one :P
* their stable package is already 0.3.x (testing and unstable being even higher)
* their "project" homepage (where also all the downloads are) is now: http://irate.sf.net
* their "home" homepage (just looking spiffy :P) is now: http://www.irateradio.com
Any chance of seeing it soon(ish) in portage? ;) It seems like a very nice idea.
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the ebuild from http://www.zugaina.org/gentoo/portage/net-p2p/irate-cvs/irate-cvs-0.4.ebuild
There are also a noatun irate plugin, and a xmms irate plugin ebuilds at that
why does it require gcj? iirc I installed a different java compiler a long time
ago because gcj simply wouldn't work. how do I get around this?
oh well, even with gcj it doesn't work. maybe I'll try downloading the source
here's the error, in case anyone understands it:
gcj -g -pipe -O2 -fjni -o libswt.o -c swt.jar
org/eclipse/swt/graphics/ImageLoader.java: In class
org/eclipse/swt/graphics/ImageLoader.java: In method
org/eclipse/swt/graphics/ImageLoader.java:149: error: verification error at PC=38
org/eclipse/swt/graphics/ImageLoader.java:149: error: might transfer control
make: *** [libswt.o] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/var/tmp/portage/irate-cvs-0.4/work/irate/lib'
make: *** [lib/libswt.o] Error 2
!!! ERROR: net-p2p/irate-cvs-0.4 failed.
!!! Function src_compile, Line 39, Exitcode 2
Not a chance of this getting in portage until their source code gets cleaned up. I tried the February 2006 code snapshot, and it doesn't build either with ant nor with gcj. Until this package stabalizes and gets a better building process, it's not going into portage. Please reopen this bug when another stable version is available.
*** Bug 159669 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 28026 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Unfortunately I can't reopen this bug, but there's a new version 0.5 out since January 7, 2008.
Changed the summary to match the version.
The upstream of this project is now not only dead but in fact quite thoroughly gone. No Web page, no SourceForge project, no Berlios SVN repository... All that is left of it is a few mentions on sites such as the late FreshMeat. In light of the above, I think it is safe to forgo the usual 30-day waiting period and close this bug right away.
I agree. But 30 days? Did you see when this bug was reported? ;)
Actually I've forgotten this program anyway.