Mathieu Aubin

Packages creation

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I suggest using cpack for paclage creation

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Not exactly the local expert on Linux. What are they using now and why do you think it is less efficient?

@jaap aarts @jml Agree with him?

Edited by Kelvin Tran

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You'll get as many answers to this as there are Linux developers. Everyone's got their favorite. cpack's not a bad package manager, but there may be bigger fish for the newly-reconstituted Synergy team to fry.

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8 minutes ago, jml said:

You'll get as many answers to this as there are Linux developers. Everyone's got their favorite. cpack's not a bad package manager, but there may be bigger fish for the newly-reconstituted Synergy team to fry.

I respect your opinion on that.

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On 2018-06-18 at 2:01 PM, jml said:

You'll get as many answers to this as there are Linux developers. Everyone's got their favorite. cpack's not a bad package manager, but there may be bigger fish for the newly-reconstituted Synergy team to fry.

 

Pardon my innocence, i was under the impression that "Future Ideas" was a good place to suggest.

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It's a perfect place to suggest, and we appreciate it! My point was only that changing the package manager might not be at the top of the priority list at this time. 

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