On Mon, 13 Dec 1999, Akinori MUSHA aka knu wrote:
> At Sat, 11 Dec 1999 18:10:07 +0200 (EET),
> Adrian Penisoara <email@example.com> wrote:
> > What bothers me is that I never found time to work on this; you're
> > welcome to take maintainership of the port if you feel (and it seems you
> > are) better suited to maintain it!
> > It's just that I would like you to take the good ideeas that I and my
> > predecesors have put in -- like shared library building & versioning and
> > preparing a strategy for separating the c-client library from Pine &
> > imap/pop daemons (did you notice that both Pine & imap-uw compile the same
> > library sources ?)...
> Yes, and I've been trying to port imap-utils which also use
> the c-client library. Actually I've already had them work with the
> shlib, but now having a problem that they always try to connect to
> servers via rsh... I'm analyzing it.
How I would like it to be: one port that installs ONLY the c-client
library and the rest of the ports depending on it -- so that no longer two
ports build the same library twice...
> > So, if you feel like jumpin' in the maintainer "business" just step
> > forward ;-) !
> Well, I know you are a pine user but I'm not, and no doubt
> you are the one who should maintain pine & imap-uw simultaneously. I
> just worried about your load.
I am too ;-) ...
But I have good news: today I'm going to take home my newly acquired
machine (a second hand Pentium) and hopefully that will increase my
> Anyway, I'd like to work with you. I'd appreciate it if you
> could give me some advice about my future work. Thanks.
I'd be glad to share knowaledges with you !
PS: I'm waiting for those patches Steve requested you to resend, but in
the mean time I'll check out what you posted.
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