[Scribus] Scribus 1.3.3.x is available for all arches in Debian main

Le Tigre scribus
Sat Jun 10 15:33:28 CEST 2006

Oleksandr Moskalenko a ?crit :
> * John Jason Jordan <johnxj at comcast.net> [2006-06-06 12:00:52 -0700]:
>>On Tue, 6 Jun 2006 11:30:54 -0600
>>Oleksandr Moskalenko <malex at tagancha.org> dijo:
>>>I think this news will be of interest to people who run Scribus on non-i386
>>>architectures. Scribus 1.3.x (scribus-ng package) has been accepted into the
>>>Debian main archive yesterday. This means that you can get a binary package
>>>for your arch now without having to build from a source package yoursel, if
>>>the arch is supported by Debian of course. So, forget about building from the
>>>source package and enjoy life even more :). The current package version is
>>>, but I am in the process of uploading a update, which should
>>>be available for installation in a couple of days once autobuilders are
>>>through with it. Of course you can get the binary i386 package and the
>>>source package from our repositories on scribus.net and tagancha.org right now
>>>if you need to. And, as usual, you can run 1.2.x (scribus) and 1.3.x
>>>(scribus-ng) side-by-side without problems.
>>I'm not a Linux expert. I have Ubuntu-64 Breezy on AMD-64 computer. Does
>>this mean that should be listed now in the Synaptic apt-get manager?
>>(I just have the standard repositories listed.)
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> John,
> Ubuntu usually follows the Debian archive for such packages like scribus. I
> expect that scribus-ng will be made available from the regular Ubuntu
> repositories shortly. Then,  you will see it in the synaptic as a binary
> package. In the meanwhile please continue building from the source package
> from one of our upstream repositories following the short procedure described
> on debian.scribus.net.
> Regards,
> Alex.
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what about the idea of making a 1.3.4cvs in order to have 3 different 
versions in parallel?
Many thanks for the

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