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Month: February 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Trinity packages for Arch

From: calvin morrison <mutantturkey@...>
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2011 13:45:53 -0500
Right now i am double checking (rebuilding) all of those packages, and
then in turn uploading them to the AUR. I trust you but it is always
good to have two people check it! Tis a shame my processor isn't much
of number cruncher so it may take a while to compile all of these.

I will talk to tim on the IRC about creating an SVN directory.


On 22 February 2011 13:41, David C. Rankin
<drankinatty@...> wrote:
> On 02/22/2011 12:24 PM, calvin morrison wrote:
>> I don't think it is  a good idea to continue to call Kde 3.5x kdemod3.
>> While it is named that for historical reasons, it would be best to
>> just scratch it and use Trinity instead. Trinity is not the crappy old
>> 3.5.10 its better. using kdemod3 just reminds me of old crap. starting
>> fresh I think is vital.
>> For now having kait's Trinity arch mirror is good for now, at least
>> until the 3.5.13 release. Ideally I think it would be best to host the
>> packages on our server, but that doesn't have to be the case.
>> Another important thing I am thinking of just as I type is this: All
>> PKGBUILDs should be online, available in the Trinity SVN repository.
>> It will keep us united, orginised and effective.
>> Calvin
>> Calvin Morrison
> I agree 100% with everything you said. The current tested and released (by me)
> PKGBUILD tarballs are all here:
> 12:23 nirvana:/srv/http/dl/dt/trinity/arch> ls -1 src
> trinity-arts.tar.gz
> trinity-kdebase.tar.gz
> trinity-kdelibs.tar.gz
> trinity-kdevelop.tar.gz
> trinity-kdewebdev.tar.gz
> trinity-pyqt3.tar.gz
> trinity-qt3.tar.gz
> trinity-tqtinterface.tar.gz
> The 3111skyline box is just a server sitting about 20 feet behind me in my
> office. I just stuck them there because I didn't have anywhere else to put them
> and there small and can be handled by my limited upstream inet connection. I'm
> more than happy to put them where ever they need to be, I just have to know
> where to put them and have access to where ever that is so I can upload them.
> Currently, all you need is those files and the build script
> and (after you edit or specify the paths you want in the script or on the CLI)
> it will build Trinity on Arch 'start-to-finish' :)
> script is here:
> I'll write the help section for the script later tonight so
> ' -h' gives usage info.
> Just tell me where you want them and tell me how to access the server and I'll
> upload them after lunch. Or, you can just copy them from my server. I'd just
> feel more comfortable having write access to where ever they are hosted so I can
> provide updates or fix my bugs when I find them ;-)
> --
> David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.
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