I suspected that this would happen in the end: getting sucked further into Gentoo and not being able to just tend to the XEmacs packages. But not to have it happen so soon, even before committing all the XEmacs bug fixes that I have pending. Not something I expected, but there you have it: gtk-gnutella 0.96.3 is now in portage. To keep my sanity I tell myself that this is only because I’ve been involved with upstream for this package for a long time.
That argument goes out the window, though, because I also took net-misc/drivel under my wing, committing version 2.0.3. I’m using it right now to write this blog post. And for good measure I also version bumped dev-ruby/rmagick because all the versions currently in portage got broken by the most recent ImageMagick upgrades. RMagick 1.14.1 is now in portage to remedy this, which is a good thing because we use RMagick quite a bit at work to create icons automatically.
Fortunately I also got to do some work on XEmacs. Version 21.4.19-r1 now installs a desktop icon and offers a few more USE flags to enable specific functionality,
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