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Re: Debian packages?

     You are right, I did have a misconception about how such things are done.
I can understand the trouble in keeping up with new Emacspeak releases--I suppose I was just under the impression that in general installing things outside of package management was something of a faux pas.
	I suppose I just need to learn how to use svn to keep up with Emacspeak--patch TCL scripts myself, etc.  I'd also like to run it out of my home directory, if possible.
	Might you have any advice on how to do this, Tim?  How do you go about it?
Sorry for any misunderstandings.

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