--- Comment #3 from Andrea Musuruane <musuruan(a)gmail.com> 2012-08-02 10:33:32 CEST
(In reply to comment #2)
Alright, thanks a lot for your input!
You are welcome!
I'll have to take a look into the git and test it out, as I'm
not sure how
stable it is. The latest commit seems to be 2 month old, so it seems it's still
active, though I can tell if it's a fork or not, as the main git gave me a 404.
Try talking with upstream about his plans. I think it may be good for him to
know there is interest in his project.
I'll also look at de-bundling, when I have some time to figure it
I'll probably figure out a patch for fixing the conflict issue and send it
There is another problem I'd like to point out.
There reason why gens-gs must currently go to nonfree is because of the
starscream license is incompatible with GPLv2+:
More info here:
What about talking with upstream about not using starscream? After all, the
internet is full of CPU emulators (and GPL licensed ones). An emulator written
in C would also be great for portability.
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