[scribus] Which Ubuntu releases do you use?
malex at scribus.info
Fri May 14 20:04:46 CEST 2010
* O. Moskalenko <malex at scribus.info> [2010-05-13 16:18:55 -0500]:
> I am updating scribus-ng package to current 1.3.7svn built with the newly
> released and much improved PoDoFo 0.8.0 in the Scribus Team's upstream
> archive. I would like to know what Ubuntu releases people on this list use. My
> current plan is to switch to supporting the latest three releases - Lucid,
> Karmic, Jaunty and drop the last remnants of Intrepid, Hardy, and Gutsy that I
> still have in the archive. However, I would like the community input on this,
> so please write back. If nobody writes back I will decide that nobody uses my
> packages on these releases and just drop them to save time and effort.
> Your friendly Debian/Ubuntu Scribus eco-system maintainer.
Thanks to all who responded to my request! I really appreciate the
information. I have uploaded new scribus-ng/libpodofo0.8.0 packages for Ubuntu
Lucid, Jaunty, and Karmic and for Debian Unstable to the Scribus Archive.
Please use them and file bug reports at http://bugs.scribus.net if you find
problems. I am working on a backport to Hardy, but not sure when I'll have
working packages. Moreover, it is almost certain that Scribus 1.3.7svn on
Hardy will exhibit buggy behavior due to age of Hardy's Qt4 libraries. I would
strongly urge those who still use Hardy to upgrade. By the way, PDF export
with pofodo 0.8.0 on 1.3.7svn is great - fast and good quality pdf embedding.
Give it a try. It's definitely an improvement over podofo 0.7.
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