Benjamin M. Schwartz
bmschwar at fas.harvard.edu
Tue Jul 6 12:02:09 EDT 2010
On 07/06/2010 11:51 AM, Bernie Innocenti wrote:
> Ok, I think the requirements for activity bundles could be:
> 1) Support multiple CPU architectures
> 2) Support multiple distros (and different versions of same distro)
> 3) Centralized build cluster (submit one source package, get multiple
> binary packages)
> 4) Support inter-bundle dependencies
> (e.g.: GCompris + voices, OOo4Kids + dictionaries)
> 5) Support activity <-> OS dependencies (e.g.: espeak for Speak,
> squeak for etoys...)
> 6) Work with any programming language (setup.py is python-centric)
> 7) Easy to learn for activity writers without too much distro-hacking
> These requirements would fit well both rpm and deb, with OpenSUSE Build
> Service or their native build clusters.
I think you are missing an important requirement: installation without
P.S. This cross-posting is getting ridiculous.
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