[cc65] Name conflict: grc

From: Mark J. Reed <markjreed1gmail.com>
Date: 2010-08-23 23:24:21
There is a "GenRic Colouriser" program that is used to do pass-through
syntax highlighting of text output, and the command is called 'grc'.
This unfortunately conflicts with the GeOS Resource Compiler that
comes with cc65,  meaning I can't have both installed on my system
without renaming one.  This is unfortunate, especially as I don't use
the GeOS stuff but can nevertheless not install the stock
Debian/Ubuntu cc65 package.

Are there dependencies on the name within cc65?  Could it perhaps be
renamed grc65 for consistency with the other binaries?

Alternatively, who maintains the Ubuntu/Debian package of cc65?
Perhaps grc could be moved somewhere under /usr/lib/cc65 instead of
hanging out in /usr/bin..

Just throwing it out there.  I realize this is not going to make
anyone's priority list.  :)

Mark J. Reed <markjreed@gmail.com>
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Received on Mon Aug 23 23:24:25 2010

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