studio32 wrote:nice nice!
I think i miss the latest hydrogen
latest rosegarden QT4
edit: there are bugs in your ladish packages, wrong upstream author!
Also laditools rc1 is quite obsolete...
Are you sure ladish is an dependency for Bristol? I would say a 'suggests' .
Can you tell me what impro-visor does? Where are the files installed and how can I start it?
How do you make sure that packages will be updated when an official ubuntu package is the same version?
For that you need to use ~ppa , but you use +ppa a lot. ~ppa is making a version number less, +ppa is making the version of an package higher AFAIK.
latest hydrogen, a2jmidi and rosegarden-qt4 are in lucid now.
Check the unstable PPA for hydrogen-svn
If you check the 'debian' folder, in many of the packages, they have wrong copyrights and stuff like that.
I only care about making it build and run fine, the rest (who packaged it, license, and other small stuff) I don't really care.
To make sure my packages are super-seeded when an Ubuntu one is updated, I just use 'package-0ubuntu0+ppa1' (recommended by the Ubuntu devs).
When a Ubuntu package is updated, it will be 'package-0ubuntu1', so it will replace mine.
And I use '+ppa1' instead of '~ppa1' because the second option doesn't require an orig source. With '+ppa1', the build fails if there are "unrepresentable changes to source"