Spec URL: http://badcheese.com/~steve/ups.spec
SRPM URL: http://badcheese.com/~steve/ups-3.38-0.10.beta2.fc13.src.rpm
Description: ups is an older debugger for C and C++ code. Work on it was dropped a while ago, but recently I found that someone had started writing patches for it and has continued to keep it up-to-date so that it works on Fedora. I built the source rpm for it and verified that it runs on i386 and x86_64 architectures.
I'll be happy to be the official package maintainer for this package, but I don't have a sponsor at this time.
Are you entirely sure you wish to maintain a package that hasn't been developed in over seven years? How do you plan to address issues without an upstream? Have you considered setting up proper hosting for the project and continuing development yourself, rather than carrying around a bunch of patches in the Fedora package?
Stalled for 1.5 years; closing.