I built some RPMS for ESS. Care to try?

Rodney Sparapani rsparapa at mcw.edu
Sun Dec 14 21:53:06 CET 2003

> Dear Rodney:
> Shortly after I did my first RPMs for ess, I realized Xemacs users were
> trying them (and, of course, not succeeding). So I renamed the package
> ess-emacs to try to keep that straight (that is in line with the rpm
> packaging labels on the atRPMS site).  Note I have RH9 in the name for
> RedHat 9 users, while Fdr1 is for Fedora 1 users.  If you want to add
> these on your ESS site, or put up some kind of link, I think that would
> be fine.
> http://lark.cc.ku.edu/~pauljohn/software/favoriteEmacsFiles/ess-emacs- 
> 5.2.0beta1-1Fdr1.i386.rpm
> http://lark.cc.ku.edu/~pauljohn/software/favoriteEmacsFiles/ess-emacs- 
> 5.2.0beta1-1Fdr1.src.rpm
> http://lark.cc.ku.edu/~pauljohn/software/favoriteEmacsFiles/ess-emacs- 
> 5.2.0beta1-1RH9.i386.rpm
> http://lark.cc.ku.edu/~pauljohn/software/favoriteEmacsFiles/ess-emacs- 
> 5.2.0beta1-1RH9.src.rpm
> Also I think it might be smart if you edit the names of the Suse RPMS
> you got from Detlef's site.  Suse should probably be in the version
> somehow, since the packaging in Suse is different from RedHat.  RedHat
> users who happen across those Suse RPMS will not get a happy result.
> pj


I've added these to the site (which appears to be down at the moment).   
However, I don't want to make a habit of it since I don't use linux.   
We need to think about a better solution in the future.


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