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Month: December 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Trinity 3.5.13 build for Arch linux

From: L0ner sh4dou <sh4dou@...>
Date: Sat, 24 Dec 2011 18:34:54 +0100
2011/12/24 Baho Utot <baho-utot@...>:
> On 12/24/2011 11:53 AM, L0ner sh4dou wrote:
>> 2011/12/24 Baho Utot<baho-utot@...>:
>>> On 12/24/2011 11:06 AM, L0ner sh4dou wrote:
>>>> am on to the apps.
>>>> I fixed autotools issues a cople of days ago (8). And atm we have full
>>>> set too in our git. Currentely I'm working on split package PKGBUILD
>>>> for i18n and I've begun on working on apps too.
>>> I don't see them in the repo I cloned
>>> I have arts qt3 dbus-tqt dbus-1-tqt kdebase kdelibs pyqt3 and
>>> tqtinterface.
>>>  As you see all the ones built with autotools are missing.
>>> The problem on merging work is that I am placing the packages into /usr
>>> and
>>> you are using /opt.
>>> I would like to use /usr.
>> We decided to follow the trinity wiki instructions, which state that
>> trinity should be put in /opt. Try asking Tim for explanations why,
>> since personally I don't really know/remember.
>> I think that in the end it's up to the user where it should be put.
>> You can modify this in our PKGBUILDs by changing the _prefix variable.
> Yes I know I started the _prefix business back when David was active.
> I removed it from my builds because it is somewhat a violation of arch
> packaging rules.
> I choose /usr because the arch devs want that and because namcap throws alot
> of noise if it is not so.
Throws nothing for me... strange(?)
> Namcap is a very good tool to be using, lets one know how bad your script
> and package really is, plus it picks up on all the dependencies.
I know, I use it to check the PKGBUILDs I created till now.
> Running TDE in /usr has worked well for me.  We as packagers must
> ultimatilly decide where TDE goes,  I just choose to bend to the wishes of
> the distribution I am working on.
> Makes it easiser for them to give a adfirmative answer to include TDE in
> their repos.
> TDE will be judged by the build scripts when it comes to be included,  which
> I think it will if we do a good job at packaging and bug fixing.
For changing actual prefix to /usr: I think we should ask Calvin what
he thinks about it, since he is the maintainer.