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Date: Wed, 09 Jan 2002 13:21:02 -0500
From: Charles Wilson <cwilson AT ece DOT gatech DOT edu>
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Subject: ITP: libtool-devel, libtool-stable, libtool (wrappers)

Preliminary versions are here:

See this message (and the thread that follows it) for more info:

Although I will support these packages -- as "cygwin applications" I do 
NOT intend to answer "how do I use libtool" questions.  I will silently 
drop any message to the cygwin list concerning these packages that I 
believe are *libtool* questions and not *cygwin* questions -- without 
even a "go ask on the libtool mailing list" reply.

1) is the above attitude acceptable?  If not, then is anybody else 
willing to take over those packages and "ITP" them?
2) is "rc6" okay for a ${REL} number, or should it be a pure number? 
(p.s. 'rc' means "robert collins hack" not "release candidate")


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