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From "John D'Orazio" <>
Subject Re: dmake
Date Thu, 15 Sep 2016 14:03:48 GMT
It's good to know about the sourceforge copy of epm too, I'll update some
of the wiki links that are pointing to third party links.

On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 3:44 PM, Andrea Pescetti <>

> Jim Jagielski wrote:
>> epm is required and not under our control.
> We have a copy under our control at
> and I would recommend that one over an external site.
> In fact, epm 4.3 is out  and work much better for AOO
> That would be challenging but useful then. For epm, as Ariel already
> explained to you, we use a patched version so it's not a trivial task to
> replace it, but probably it's feasible.
> Or is this the typical warm and inviting behavior that all
>> "new" AOO contributors are subjected to?
> It wasn't meant to be rude. I hope you agree that starting a new project
> under your name at Github for a non-issue (we don't have actual issues with
> dmake right now; or I never heard about them) is not top priority, even
> though it might have advantages in the long term.
> We digress, but if I can make an example of a priority issue on Mac OS X I
> would pick (proper QA
> for a 4.1.3 release blocker). Of course, like all volunteers, you choose
> how to allocate your time and this will be appreciated in all cases. Thank
> you for helping out!
> Regards,
>   Andrea.
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John R. D'Orazio

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