[Scribus] PDF fields documentation

Plinnell mrdocs
Sun Nov 12 23:02:54 CET 2006

Hi Axel,

I know you were planning to do a translation update for 1335, but ran 
out of time. Well, we are gonig to release 1336 pretty soon as we 
added cmake and found a couple of regressions.

So, if you can grab the 1336cvs tarball or cvs and submit what you 
have in the next few days if you can.

On Saturday 11 November 2006 15:05, Axel Bojer wrote:
> Plinnell skrev:
> (...)
> > As you mentioned, you are running under 64bit and there is no
> > upgrade to possible. I know both Debian, Fedora
> > and Suse all offer 64-bit versions of Scribus for 1.3.3.x,
> > otherwise you will need to compile the sources yourself. On
> > http://debian.scribus.net there are notes on doing this in a
> > build root.
> (...)
> I have done this on my kubuntu (edgy) machine, and it works like a
> charm :-) Perhaps I could make a debian-packet out of it and load
> it up to the scribus-repository if I just find out how :-)

The problem is twofold:

Sourceforge where we host the packages makes it difficult to 
distuingish between debian and Ubuntu packages

Acess to debian scribus.net is tightly controlled to protect the 
content of the binaries. Even I do not have access to it.
> Another question though: Does it matter that I did not remove my
> previos before compileing I recognized, that this
> is much faster than when I comiled my first Scribus (, so I
> presume something is not done again, but left as is. But does this
> matter? I havent digged into finding out how to uninstall the old
> packet because it works as is :-)
> Best regards
> Axel Bojer
Installing usually overwrites the old version. For major version 
bumps, sometimes, not always remove then install is a good idea.

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