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#76 2011-08-22 09:34:39

ilpianista
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Re: pacman wrapper to allow source builds (srcpac)

Hi, chroot support is in my todo list and I should have a bit of time this week to fix bugs; I could write chroot support too. stay tuned! wink

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#77 2011-08-22 11:58:15

starfry
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Re: pacman wrapper to allow source builds (srcpac)

Sounds good bash. I already have my target being built using mkarchroot. Now if I could make a simple change so that builds it from source for i586 I would be very pleased... When you say it's ready I'll give it a try smile

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#78 2011-10-11 08:46:41

ilpianista
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Re: pacman wrapper to allow source builds (srcpac)

0.10.8 released: http://bashlnx.blogspot.com/2011/10/srcpac-0108.html

Chroot support will be added in 0.10.9

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#79 2011-10-14 07:22:42

zenix
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Re: pacman wrapper to allow source builds (srcpac)

Any way the next version could also support calling a different pacman binary? pacmatic supports setting the environment variable '$pacman_binary', so if srpac had it's own, one could chain srcpac -> pacmatic -> pacman-color, or whatever.


cat /usr/bin/arson > Arson, the HOT AUR search helper! -- Use Clyde instead smile

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#80 2011-10-14 07:52:24

ilpianista
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Re: pacman wrapper to allow source builds (srcpac)

zenix wrote:

Any way the next version could also support calling a different pacman binary? pacmatic supports setting the environment variable '$pacman_binary', so if srpac had it's own, one could chain srcpac -> pacmatic -> pacman-color, or whatever.

Done, https://projects.archlinux.org/srcpac.g … 5b0360ff9a

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#81 2012-11-14 21:30:32

DarkVenger
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Re: pacman wrapper to allow source builds (srcpac)

First thanks a lot for this tool.

Second I decided to use the "sed magic" feature but run into a bug.
This is a really minor bug, but here it is:

#  srcpac -So file-roller
sed: can't read /var/abs//file-roller/file-roller/PKGBUILD: No such file or directory

sed is right since the file is in /var/abs/extra/file-roller/PKBUILD

This only happens with the -So option, the -Sb option works just fine.
I tried to solve this, but my attempt was messing with other options, so it is best to leave it to the pros smile.

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