precompiled versions and a specfile
- Web page / SVN maintainer,
the links for OpenSUSE are old.
The opensuse build service automatically recompiles the packages from
time to time, so direct links are a bad idea. The best thing is to
have a link to the search results.
Also, all that was on the build service was version 1.10.
I wanted to get the code from SVN and compile it, so I've added that
to the OpenSUSE build service.
A spec file is required to get things to build on the service, so I
created one. It's attached and it would be nice if that could get
added to the SVN repository so that no one has to redo that work. (it
was a pain. first one I ever created from scratch.)
For now I have the latest svn code compiling for opensuse
10.3/11.0/11.1/factory and for Fedora 9 and 10. You can download all
of those as rpms from the above link.
FYI: I have the weather station connected to a PC at a vacation house,
so I have not been able to test any of these packages, but there were
not any compile errors.
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