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Woof uploaded, July 4, 2010

July 04, 2010 — BarryK
This is the version of Woof used to build Slackpup 0.3.

For introduction and instructions to download Woof, go here:

It is recommended that you follow instructions in the above link to download Woof with full history, however if all you want is the latest tarball, here it is:

Note, if you used the previous version of Woof to build Spup 0.2, you will need to run '0setup' script again to rebuild the Puppy-format package database files. I mentioned in an earlier post that the dependencies had hyphens removed.


Username: 01micko
Hi Barry Last night I did a 'bones download' in the latest luci-209 to build a woof iso to track playdayz dev and test some stuff I compiled. An interesting thing.. the 'bones' script is never in Luci (I have a copy on my drive, so no issue for me) but upon finishing my build I got no download errors, which is great, but no 'bones' either. Just thought I should let you know. Should we put an entry in PKS_SPECS_TABLE? Or is that handled upstream? Cheers"7 Jul 2010, 8:46"01696"'SNS"01micko"..also My build should have grabbed the latest SNS, right? If so then there is an error (I think) at line 48, where WHATWEWANT is defined. I think the double quote needs escaping in the second 'tr' call This what's there[code]WHATWEWANT="`grep "$dPATTERN" /etc/networkmodules | tr '|' '_' | tr '"' '|'`" #'geany[/code] Trying to translate [b]"[/b] to [b]|[/b] ..right? I could be wrong of course, just I couldn't understand what was going on, Cheers"7 Jul 2010, 8:08"01696"'Re bones"BarryK"01micko, Ah, that was an oversight. Yes, the DISTRO_PKGS_SPECS-ubuntu-lucid file should have this entry: [i]yes|bones||exe[/i] You can download it from here: Regarding the [i]tr '"' '|'[/i] ...the double-quote does not need to be escaped. Yes, it is translating double-quote to | char. Username: 7 Jul 2010, 13:06
"01696"'re SNS"01micko"Ahhh, now I understand the [i]#'geany[/i] comment, geany's syntax highlighting doesn't understand it... there you go! It also can't handle the new <video> tag for html5.. the geany devs better catch up! Cheers"7 Jul 2010, 13:59"01696"'

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