Re: Beagle packages.


I think you should start building Firefox packages.  

Because (1) finding bleeding edge packages are hard, (2) making them
work well inside Gnome requires scripting, and (3) if you build the
packages yourself we can ensure the Beagle mozilla/firefox indexing
plugin and screenshooter "Just Works" [1].


[1] Firefox packages I've seen either don't include firefox-devel
scripts and headers, or have broken/misconfigured ones.

On Sat, 2004-08-28 at 16:46, Nat Friedman wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I made some packages of Beagle and a few other utilities, for SUSE 9.1
> or NLD 9 (which you probably aren't running).  Included are packages of
> D-Bus with C# bindings, Beagle, F-Spot, and my timeline program.  D-BUS
> is built out of yesterday's CVS tree.
> There's an open carpet channel for all of these available at
> To add it, simply do:
> 	% rug service-add
> And you'll see the "Mono Desktop Extensions" channel show up in your
> channel list.  From the Red Carpet GUI client, simply do Edit->Services,
> Service Add, and type
> If you just want to download the packages manually, you can do that too:
> These seem to work for me, although I think Trow might have a D-BUS
> patch that needs to be put in.
> I'm also open to suggestions as to what else should be packaged and put
> in this channel.  Muine's on the list; anything else?
> Enjoy,
> Nat
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