I think I have it figured out. The current implementation I have does
some things I am not proud of, but I think I can file the edges. Right
now, the version has to be hardcoded in a couple of places, Python <
3.7 is deliberately excluded and other assorted warts. Not sorry for
the necromancy. What are the chances I can take it over from you?
It is both a shame and a joy that people forget things.
On Wed, 3 Jul 2019, 11:46:25 -0700
"Gary E. Miller" <email@example.com
> Yo All!
> Now what? Anyone know how pip works for maintainers?
Because on Wed, 3 Jul 2019 18:25:03 +0000
> sent (extracted):
) You have been added as Owner to the PyPI project gps by frostoov.
) You are receiving this because you have been added by frostoov to a
) project on PyPI.
On Sun, 13 Feb 2022, 13:01:27 -0800, "Gary E. Miller" <firstname.lastname@example.org
] Yo W.!
] On Sun, 13 Feb 2022 15:20:07 -0500
] "W. Craig Trader" <email@example.com
] > > Once you have POSIX, and the prerequisites (scons, C compiler,
] > > etc.) then the build is one line:
] > >
] > > # scons && scons install
] > > =20
] > I'm really only interested in building the pure-python client that is
] > part of the GPSD source tree
] > (https://gitlab.com/gpsd/gpsd/-/tree/master/gps
), not the whole kit
] > and kaboodle.
] There is no Pure Python client part of GPS srouce tree.
] You could try installing on a supported system, and then just copying
] the Python parts, but some things will not work w/o libgps.a.
] What is your problem with libgps.a?
] > FYI ... The GPS library from PyPi (https://pypi.org/project/gps/
] > claims to be maintained by ... you.
] Yeah, very annoying.
] > Maintainers[image: Avatar for frostoov from gravatar.com
] > <https://pypi.org/user/frostoov/
>[image: Avatar for gemiller from
] > gravatar.com
] gemiller <https://pypi.org/user/gemiller/
] We don't know who this frostnov is, and he has never tlaked to us, that
] we know if. But he is the guy pusing that old mess to PyPi.