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This is the README file of the Debian repository at:
          (find-angg "debian/")
          (find-angg "debian/README")
(Author:  Eduardo Ochs <eduardoochs@gmail.com>,
 Version: 2012apr05,
 Public domain.)

This repository contains two packages: "eev" and "eev-puro". 
(It also contains some fossils, but you should ignore those).

To learn more about eev see:

            (find-TH "emacs"    "what-is-eev")

The Debian package for eev is as non-invasive as possible. See:
                       (find-eev "debian/emacs-eev")
                       (find-eev "debian/README.Debian)"

Eev-puro end eepitch.el
The package "eev-puro" is mostly in Portuguese, and at the moment it
should be of interest only to students of the campus where I work
("PURO/UFF" - "Pólo Universitário de Rio das Ostras / Universidade
Federal Fluminense"). For more about it, see:

          (find-angg "eev-puro/debian/README.Debian")

If you feel that eev-mode is too weird, does too much, and sets too
many keybindings then maybe you should try to use just eepitch.el:

                       (find-eev "eepitch.el")
                       (find-eev "eepitch.readme")

Using the repository
To use this repository add this line to your /etc/apt/sources.list:
  deb http://angg.twu.net/debian . main

and then run:

  sudo apt-get update
  sudo apt-get install eev

You should get a script "/usr/bin/emacs-eev" that starts Emacs with
eev-mode turned on, and a menu entry at "Applications > Editors >
Emacs+eev (X11)" that invokes that script. See:


                       (find-eev "debian/emacs-eev")
                       (find-eev "debian/90eev.el")
                       (find-eev "debian/eev.menu")

After installation these files are put at:

  (find-file "/usr/bin/emacs-eev")
  (find-file "/etc/emacs/site-start.d/90eev.el")
  (find-file "/usr/share/menu/eev")

Currently I am generating "Packages" files only for i386 and amd64,
but the ".deb"s for eev and eev-puro are not architecture-specific and
should work on any Debian system if you download them by hand and
install it with "dpkg -i eev_*.deb" (followed by "sudo apt-get install
-f" to install the dependencies). If you'd like me to add support for
more architetures to the repository, please ask - I don't know how to
make an arch-independent repository yet! =(

The "Packages" files are at:


I also don't know how to make apt-ftparchive list only certain
packages, and only the latest version of each... =/

How the ".deb"s are built
The ".deb"s for eev and eev-puro are created and uploaded by the
e-scripts that are generated - dynamically - by these calls:

  (find-dhmake-links "eev"      "eevbuild")
  (find-dhmake-links "eev-puro" "eevpuro")
  (find-dhmake-links "eev-lua-extras" "eevluaextras" "20120425")


                       (find-eev "eev-template.el"    "find-dhmake-links")

  (find-angg "eev/debian/rules")
  (find-angg "eev/debian/control")
  (find-angg "eev-puro/debian/rules")
  (find-angg "eev-puro/debian/control")

That explains why there are no Debian source packages, by the way...

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