Short Answer: It is there now.Rakon wrote:The Debian wheezy package listed on the first post, is not able to be found for installation.
Is it hosted somewhere else too?
Mudlet RC11 was removed from wheezy due to some compile problems on some architectures. The problem was that there are two libraries, liblua and libluajit. liblua is available across all architectures while libluajit is only available on some. To make it worse, this bug meant another transition (hunspell) couldn't occur so it was just jamming up the system.
The Debian package building scripts patch the project files so it detects which one is available and prefers libluajit if both are there. RC11 had that, but the control file (which is what the automagic builders use to compile it across all the other architectures) was wrong and the builders complained.
So RC12 is the updated code from Heiko and the fixes on the control file which means it should be available across all architectures now. I've just checked the buildd page and can see that everyone is happy. It was updated to Sid on the 3rd of November and moved into Wheezy on the 14th after the usual 10 day delay.