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JASS Development

with regard to JASS, some time ago (1.5 years) I took it's 4.2 version and dig it quite much and created customized and more tight (although still 100% usefull) version of the framework to be used in company i worked for (I think they never used it after I left, however).
I also found that some of the scripts in JASS4.2 had errors and actually could not work. REcently I discovered the newest JASS version is still 4.2!!! Does any one think it may be usefull to somehow go public with what I reworked?

Personally I find JASS great and I learned many smart concepts digging through its scripts and code. These days I try to port some of it's concepts to other platform that need controls and compliance verification.

I will appreciate yout thoughts... Smilie
Small problem could be that I only have access to solaris 10 on vbox these days... No real SPARC machine.
 

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PKGKDE-OVERRIDE-SC-DEV-LATEST(1)			User Contributed Perl Documentation			  PKGKDE-OVERRIDE-SC-DEV-LATEST(1)

NAME
pkgkde-override-sc-dev-latest - loosen kde-sc-dev-latest Break restrictions SYNOPSIS
pkgkde-override-sc-dev [-bbase_version] [-vversion] DESCRIPTION
pkgkde-override-sc-dev-lastest is a helper utility which can be used to generate a dummy kde-sc-dev-latest package without Breaks field that is present in the original version. Original kde-sc-dev-latest package is used to force KDE Software Compilation modules to be built against the latest version of the KDE Development Platform modules without bumping versions of a bunch build dependencies for each KDE SC module. However, while original kde-sc-dev-latest does not cause problems when building in clean chroots, the restrictions imposed by its Breaks field might be undesirable on the maintainer system when: o the maintainer wants to (test)build KDE module version X.Y.A against KDE Development Platform X.Y.B where (A > B); o the maintainer builds a new upstream version of the some KDE Development Platform module on the system that has an old version of some KDE Development Platform packages installed. For example, even if kdepimlibs does not build depend on kdebase-workspace-dev, original kde-sc-dev-latest may prevent kdepimlibs X.Y.A to be built on the system which has kdebase-workspace X.Y.B (where A > B) installed. By default, pkgkde-override-sc-dev-latest generates a dummy kde-sc-dev-latest package in the current working directory that is based on the current "candidate" version of the original kde-sc-dev-latest (as per apt-cache policy). You may specify a base version with the -b option. The resulting dummy kde-sc-dev-latest override package will have "base_version+override" as its version unless another one is specified with -v option. Once the package is generated, you can install it like: # dpkg --install kde-sc-dev_<version>+override_all.deb OPTIONS
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Modestas Vainius <modax@debian.org> perl v5.14.2 2011-12-26 PKGKDE-OVERRIDE-SC-DEV-LATEST(1)

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