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Re: where is a description of the custom spins?



On Fri, 20 Mar 2009, Kevin Kofler wrote:

> Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> >   i'm interested in the Fedora-11-Alpha-i686-Live-Dev.torrent spin
> > (assuming it's targeted at developers), but i don't see any
> > description of what i might find in that spin.  is there a details
> > page somewhere?
>
> Just a warning, the developer spin only includes development tools
> for GNOME and, to some extent, Java (and a few SCM clients). If you
> want to develop using anything else (e.g. Qt/KDE, interpreted
> languages, functional languages etc.), you probably won't have much
> use for it. It also got dropped from F11 Beta because it "has not
> been submitted nor reviewed for Fedora 11".

  hmmmm ... that makes it a lot less appealing.  i was hoping for a
full-blown developer spin -- all the common compilers, interpreters,
scripting language, debuggers, IDEs, etc.  has no one done something
like that?  i would have thought that would have some value.

rday
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