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#26 2008-05-22 12:40:50

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

Cerebral wrote:

I was considering building this functionality into makeworld, but being a separate script really makes sense.  Great work

Plus, the output looks awesome.   I'd suggest a --verbose option that tees the makepkg output to the console - some people like seeing compile info fly by. big_smile

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u should do that big_smile


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#27 2008-05-22 12:44:06

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

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pacbuilder, pacbuild?

pacabs
pacpkg
pacworld
pacmake


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#28 2008-05-22 13:05:18

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

aRcHaTe wrote:

this is aweosme finally a rebuild world that works...ive been trying to use makeworld for ages and doesnt work as it should...hopefully the devs could use ur script and merge it on current makeworld...great work

If you notice bugs in makeworld - file a bug report please

@Cimi - I don't know if there's public SVN access - afaik there isn't.  You could dig into the abs script to see how it grabs its stuff from rsync, and maybe tap into that?

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#29 2008-05-22 13:06:41

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

dhave wrote:
Cimi wrote:

if you choose safe cflags: http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Safe_Cflags then you shouldn't broke anything.
If an error occurs and a package can't be installed due to a deps etc etc, then it won't be installed by this script.

Two further questions:
(1) If a package can't be installed, will my existing package be left intact?
(2) If I make changes in my cflags and do a core rebuild, does this mean that, from now on when new releases appear, I'll need to use pacbuilder to build and install that package (or do a manual build with the same cflags) rather than simply installing the new Arch binary? I'm not sure I'm willing to commit to that if so, since one reason I left Gentoo was to get off the compile treadmill.
Thanks.

1) yes
2) maybe I'll add an upgrade feature

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#30 2008-05-22 13:07:47

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

aRcHaTe wrote:
Cerebral wrote:

I was considering building this functionality into makeworld, but being a separate script really makes sense.  Great work

Plus, the output looks awesome.   I'd suggest a --verbose option that tees the makepkg output to the console - some people like seeing compile info fly by. big_smile

+1
u should do that big_smile

there is, --verbose, and --edit to be verbose and edit pkgbuild


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#31 2008-05-22 13:13:03

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

Cerebral wrote:
aRcHaTe wrote:

this is aweosme finally a rebuild world that works...ive been trying to use makeworld for ages and doesnt work as it should...hopefully the devs could use ur script and merge it on current makeworld...great work

If you notice bugs in makeworld - file a bug report please

@Cimi - I don't know if there's public SVN access - afaik there isn't.  You could dig into the abs script to see how it grabs its stuff from rsync, and maybe tap into that?

it must have been updated cause its working now i remeber trying it and the "core" was named "base"..so it didnt work....
just one question is it possible to makeworld build only the instaled packages?
thanks wink


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#32 2008-05-22 13:14:35

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

Cimi wrote:
aRcHaTe wrote:
Cerebral wrote:

I was considering building this functionality into makeworld, but being a separate script really makes sense.  Great work

Plus, the output looks awesome.   I'd suggest a --verbose option that tees the makepkg output to the console - some people like seeing compile info fly by. big_smile

+1
u should do that big_smile

there is, --verbose, and --edit to be verbose and edit pkgbuild

Lol cimi i wasnt asking..i was telling cerebal that he just include ur script on current  makeworld XD great job wink


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#33 2008-05-22 13:23:42

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

Cimi can u add an option to remove in the end of the build the make dependes  for pkgs ? that would be great...
ps: what are the current dependencies?

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#34 2008-05-22 13:38:24

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

aRcHaTe wrote:

Cimi can u add an option to remove in the end of the build the make dependes  for pkgs ? that would be great...
ps: what are the current dependencies?

1) ?
2) for pacbuilder: sed, yaourt and nano (if environment variable $EDITOR is empty)

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#35 2008-05-22 13:44:31

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

Cimi wrote:
aRcHaTe wrote:

Cimi can u add an option to remove in the end of the build the make dependes  for pkgs ? that would be great...
ps: what are the current dependencies?

1) ?
2) for pacbuilder: sed, yaourt and nano (if environment variable $EDITOR is empty)

to rebuild packages sometimes it  nedds to fecth some dependencies to build the package...can u add an option to remove those packages in the end of a whole rebuild?

i get this...

./pacbuild -h
-------------------------------
PacBuilder, by Andrea Cimitan
-------------------------------

./pacbuild: line 418: Show: command not found
./pacbuild: line 419: Hide: command not found
./pacbuild: line 421: Change: command not found
./pacbuild: line 422: syntax error near unexpected token `('
./pacbuild: line 422: `r18 by andrea.cimitan on Today (30 minutes ago)   Diff'

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#36 2008-05-22 13:51:31

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

aRcHaTe wrote:
Cimi wrote:
aRcHaTe wrote:

Cimi can u add an option to remove in the end of the build the make dependes  for pkgs ? that would be great...
ps: what are the current dependencies?

1) ?
2) for pacbuilder: sed, yaourt and nano (if environment variable $EDITOR is empty)

to rebuild packages sometimes it  nedds to fecth some dependencies to build the package...can u add an option to remove those packages in the end of a whole rebuild?

i get this...

./pacbuild -h
-------------------------------
PacBuilder, by Andrea Cimitan
-------------------------------

./pacbuild: line 418: Show: command not found
./pacbuild: line 419: Hide: command not found
./pacbuild: line 421: Change: command not found
./pacbuild: line 422: syntax error near unexpected token `('
./pacbuild: line 422: `r18 by andrea.cimitan on Today (30 minutes ago)   Diff'

Are you running yaourt from git?


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#37 2008-05-22 13:53:04

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

Cimi wrote:
aRcHaTe wrote:
Cimi wrote:

1) ?
2) for pacbuilder: sed, yaourt and nano (if environment variable $EDITOR is empty)

to rebuild packages sometimes it  nedds to fecth some dependencies to build the package...can u add an option to remove those packages in the end of a whole rebuild?

i get this...

./pacbuild -h
-------------------------------
PacBuilder, by Andrea Cimitan
-------------------------------

./pacbuild: line 418: Show: command not found
./pacbuild: line 419: Hide: command not found
./pacbuild: line 421: Change: command not found
./pacbuild: line 422: syntax error near unexpected token `('
./pacbuild: line 422: `r18 by andrea.cimitan on Today (30 minutes ago)   Diff'

Are you running yaourt from git?

yes i am

local/yaourt 0.9.1-1
    yaourt test release


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#38 2008-05-22 13:56:00

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

aRcHaTe wrote:
Cimi wrote:
aRcHaTe wrote:

to rebuild packages sometimes it  nedds to fecth some dependencies to build the package...can u add an option to remove those packages in the end of a whole rebuild?

i get this...

./pacbuild -h
-------------------------------
PacBuilder, by Andrea Cimitan
-------------------------------

./pacbuild: line 418: Show: command not found
./pacbuild: line 419: Hide: command not found
./pacbuild: line 421: Change: command not found
./pacbuild: line 422: syntax error near unexpected token `('
./pacbuild: line 422: `r18 by andrea.cimitan on Today (30 minutes ago)   Diff'

Are you running yaourt from git?

yes i am

local/yaourt 0.9.1-1
    yaourt test release

the strange thing is that pacbuilder hasn't 422 lines smile

which program are you running?
are you sure you're not using an alias?

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#39 2008-05-22 13:56:55

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

Cimi wrote:
aRcHaTe wrote:
Cimi wrote:

Are you running yaourt from git?

yes i am

local/yaourt 0.9.1-1
    yaourt test release

the strange thing is that pacbuilder hasn't 422 lines smile

which program are you running?
are you sure you're not using an alias?

let me double check that...1 sec

nop...i dont have any alias on sh or yaourt

may bad..it wasnt alias i pasted something else on the file XD

its working now...
but as i was asking....hoq about a option to remove automaticly make deps in the end?

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#40 2008-05-22 14:08:23

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

aRcHaTe wrote:
Cimi wrote:
aRcHaTe wrote:

yes i am

local/yaourt 0.9.1-1
    yaourt test release

the strange thing is that pacbuilder hasn't 422 lines smile

which program are you running?
are you sure you're not using an alias?

let me double check that...1 sec

nop...i dont have any alias on sh or yaourt

may bad..it wasnt alias i pasted something else on the file XD

its working now...
but as i was asking....hoq about a option to remove automaticly make deps in the end?

actually it is not fetching dependencies


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#41 2008-05-22 14:37:08

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

Cerebral wrote:
aRcHaTe wrote:

this is aweosme finally a rebuild world that works...ive been trying to use makeworld for ages and doesnt work as it should...hopefully the devs could use ur script and merge it on current makeworld...great work

If you notice bugs in makeworld - file a bug report please

@Cimi - I don't know if there's public SVN access - afaik there isn't.  You could dig into the abs script to see how it grabs its stuff from rsync, and maybe tap into that?

yeah, if you get the right command it would be great


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#42 2008-05-22 14:51:04

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

Cimi wrote:
Cerebral wrote:

I was considering building this functionality into makeworld, but being a separate script really makes sense.  Great work

Plus, the output looks awesome.   I'd suggest a --verbose option that tees the makepkg output to the console - some people like seeing compile info fly by. big_smile

I forgot to say we now have a eye-candy output with --verbose smile

==> Creating package...
  -> Generating .PKGINFO file...
  -> Adding package changelog...
  -> Compressing package...
==> Finished making: amrwb (Thu May 22 14:43:35 AZOST 2008)
==> Installing amrwb-7.0.0.2-1-i686.pkg.tar.gz [package 3 of 114] ... error!
==> Building amsn-extras-svn [package 4 of 114] ...


i get this a lot!!

humm on second thought this could be usefull...can u add an option to not to install? just compile...:D

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#43 2008-05-22 15:30:41

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

A lot of good names have been suggested.  Let add one more possibility:

RePacBuilder

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#44 2008-05-22 15:46:38

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

Repacker! big_smile

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#45 2008-05-22 15:56:21

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yeah repacker is cool

actually it is called pacbuilder

repacbuilder is too long

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#46 2008-05-22 16:04:09

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#47 2008-05-22 16:07:00

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

if someone wants to join the development...


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#48 2008-05-22 16:28:49

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There's a stain on your blog.  lol

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#49 2008-05-22 18:10:40

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

Cimi wrote:

if someone wants to join the development...

wish i new more about coding....dammm....i got to be a nurse in life  and not a coder XD...wish i could help u ..

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#50 2008-05-22 18:36:41

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Re: New pacman utility, rebuild and optimize packages from source

what's actually the difference to makeworld?

makeworld  - a makepkg wrapper to build multiple packages

Usage: /usr/bin/makeworld [options] <destdir> <repo> [repo] ...

ok, it has AUR support, but AUr packages are compiled anyway....
am i missing smth?

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