Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 585439
Version update: 1.2.1 to latest stable 1.4
Last modified: 2010-11-05 09:56:30 EDT
I'd like to request an update on the component crystal space, especially its development package, which is currently over two years old, and the latest being 1.4 which is within the current year of 2010. An update on the API used and bugfixes are given in the latest update and that alone should be enough to ask for a later version.
I agree that upgrading crystaspace to a new version would be a very good thing. Unfortunately I don't have the time for this.
Do you happen to be a Fedora packager, and want to take over maintainership of crystalspace. Or do you want to become a Fedora packager, or know one which may help ?
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I'm afraid I really do not have time to maintain this. So I'm going to orphan this package. This means that for F-13 and F-14 it will stay at the old 1.2.1 version and that it will be removed from the Fedora Package Collection for F-15 (unless someone else picks it up).