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Month: December 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] TDE-3.5.13 - Base system completed

From: Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs@...>
Date: Wed, 28 Dec 2011 13:02:27 -0600
Baho Utot wrote:
> On Tuesday 27 December 2011 10:15:24 pm Bruce Dubbs wrote:
>> Baho Utot wrote:
> [putolin]
>>> If anyone is interested i have placed the scripts here:
>>> git clone
>>> until they can be incorperated into the tde-packaging repo.
>> Is there a way to browse the scripts?
> I think this link will get you there
> I can browse it with chromium and konqueror.
> Under the applications section none of those builds work now as those are wip 
> everything else should work.
> I have scripted this build so as to do a few "seds" and it will build version 
> 14 when it comes out.
> I think you could create a wrapper script and source the PKGBUILD from there 
> and it shoud work for you.
> Something like this I think might work for you.  I think you would only need 
> to set the srcdir and pkgdir variables before you source the PKGBUILD script
> #!/bin/bash
> srcdir=${1}
> pkgdir=${2}
> tar xf ${1}/$pkgname-$pkgver.tar.gz
> source PKGBUILD
> Then cd to the directory with the build script and 
> <path to wrapper>/ <path to source ie where the tarball was 
> extracted> <path to where you want the files installed>

OK, that's helpful info.  My users will want something a little 
different as they do not always have all the dependencies installed, but 
what you've done will help me sort that out.

> I got all the sources tarballs from the 3.5.13-complete.tar tarball off the 
> trinitydesktop site.
> Go here and it is at the bottom: 
> Click "All core and non-core modules list above"
> The i18n will be in the 3.5.13-monolithic.tar.gz file
> so if you would like those you will also need to fetch it from the same link 
> but click "Complete core and non-core source tree"

Oh good.  The is a good site now.  Downloading now.

> There is also a link "All non-core modules listed above" but I don't know what 
> it contains as I didn't download that one.
> You can also get the source like this:
> pkgname=tdebase
> pkgver=3.5.13
> mksource() {
> 	git clone${pkgname}
> 	pushd ${pkgname}
> 		git submodule init
> 		git submodule update
> 		git checkout v3.5.13
> 	popd
> 	tar -cvJf ${pkgname}-${pkgver}.tar.xz ${pkgname}/*
> 	rm -fr ${pkgname}
> }
> I don't know if the i18n files can be fetched from git like above.
> Hope this helps

Yes it does.  Thanks you.

   -- Bruce