Keeping track of Edubuntu packages
Jordan Mantha wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 9, 2008 at 11:50 AM, Yves Combe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> David Van Assche wrote:
>>> Just to start a little bit of discussion here, first thanks Jordan for
>>> the thorough breakdown of where we are and where we are going. In
>>> terms of the Edubuntu apps, maybe we could list them here in terms of
>>> importance, take a look at the versions, and suggest some extra
>>> packages that should go in there,
>> May i suggest immediately CaRMetal?
>> CaRMetal is java software for dynamic geometry. I have packaged it for
>> debian and is known to work on Ubuntu.
>> Home site:
>> Debian package:
> Wow, nice app. I looked and we do in fact have carmetal in the Ubuntu
> repository as of Intrepid. It would definitely be a good candidate for
> Edubuntu. Does it work with openjdk-6-jre that you know of? If it does
> then I think it would be fairly easy to add.
It works fine with openjdk-6-jre, it's the default option for debian
now, it should be the case in the
2.8.9.dakbug-1 version in ubuntu (jaunty?).
The intrepid's version does have the old version depending on sun's java5, before debian people upload openjdk-6 in lenny.
I have last versions almost ready, as lenny is frozen they have not been
uploaded yet. They are here:
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