Re: ooo-build is coming...
- From: Stef van der Made <svdmade planet nl>
- To: Garnome <garnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: ooo-build is coming...
- Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2003 22:09:56 +0200
Where is the download I still have 9Gig of diskspace and CPU cycles to
spare :-))) I'm willing to give it a go.
Shaun ONeil wrote:
On Wed, 2003-09-24 at 14:57, Jeff Waugh wrote:
Just to keep you entirely shitscared, the next release of GARNOME will
include Michael Meeks' ooo-build tarball, which assists in the process of
building OpenOffice.org with GNOME-integration patches (which you've
probably seen in Ximian screenshots and the like).
$ du -sh download/*
Not for the light hearted, OOo itself requires about 4GB free space to
build, and almost a weekend, depending on the speed of your machine. Yes, it
actually requires its own binutils and gcc! 8)
I'm not going to build it myself, but I'm hoping there is someone BATSHIT
INSANE enough on this list to give it a go and help Michael out a bit. :-)
linux.conf.au 2004: Adelaide, Australia http://lca2004.linux.org.au/
"Python amazes me for its concision. The current prototype is all of
900 lines of code, yet it contains a lexer, parser (recursive
descent), core language interpreter, and parallelizing process
spawner." - Raph Levien on Rebar
If my first thought is "sounds fun!", should I be seeking rehab?
Sounds like a _great_ burn-in test to me. I fear it may push garnome
onto it's own partition soon tho <que beavis'n'butthead laughter>
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