I would like to report on an on going problem with k3b
On Mon, 11 Jul 2011 15:49:08 -0800, Paul <email@example.com> wrote:
> there is a long-standing problem with k3b and the package normalize-audio that
> continues, to this day, to remain unresolved.
I looked over this issue a bit tonight (and took the opportunity to
update the Vcs entries in debian/control and sync jr's 2.0.2-0ubuntu1
changes), and it looks like we have a Debian- /Ubuntu-specific corner
case in that the executable name (normalize-audio) does not match the
"program name" string (normalize) preceding the version string
(0.7.7). (Personally it's rather nasty to assume argv will always
match what's printed in --version, but that opinion is jaded by
working with lots of these cases.)
So, do we hack ExternalBin* or change normalize-audio's source code? Opinions?
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