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Re: libcaca



> It's not "dumb", it's amazing ASCII art eye-candy :-D

see you can't even say it with a straightface.



> Isn't Extras a place for all packages that have a compatible license and
> that someone is committed to actively maintain? If so, then I don't see why
> libcaca should go. Sure, probably nothing in Extras depends on it because
> mostly only video players use it (well, a patched SDL can too ;-)), but I
> do rebuild some packages against it on freshrpms.net, and it makes more
> sense for me to maintain packages in Extras rather than on freshrpms.net.
> 
> So, to the above :
> 
> 1) Yes, for some of my multimedia packages.

Well this part I do have an issue with - I guess I'm a little bothered
that some package might actually DEPEND on this library. Isn't this the
sort of thing to --disable=libcaca in the %configure? :)


> 2) Yes : I'm committed to actively maintaining it.

okie doke.

-sv



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