[Scribus] PDF fields documentation

Axel Bojer axelb
Sun Nov 12 23:56:25 CET 2006

Plinnell skrev:
> 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.

Nice :-)
I am in this moment on string 3063 of reported 3083, so I hope I will 
make it soon :-) Unfortunately I am using an old file (from I 
think), but as I was so far already i trusted this can be solved 
somehow, can this be automaticly transfered?

Best regards
Axel Bojer

> 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.
> Cheers,
> Peter

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