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#1 2023-08-31 08:45:57

Freed
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A language server for pacman's PKGBUILD

Excuse me. I create
a language server for pacman's PKGBUILD,
support diagnosis, document hover, complete keywords and package names. Can it
be hosted on archlinux organization like other
pacman related tools (e.g. pacman-contrib, namcap) for visibility?
It can let more people easy to find it and help me to get more bug reports to
improve it.

Thanks for any answers.


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#2 2023-08-31 09:15:41

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Re: A language server for pacman's PKGBUILD

I would advise to publish as an AUR package first, but I see no installation instructions .

How should users install it ?


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#3 2023-08-31 11:13:51

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Re: A language server for pacman's PKGBUILD


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#4 2023-08-31 21:21:02

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Re: A language server for pacman's PKGBUILD

You have not updated it for https://lists.archlinux.org/archives/li … GUJBUDI7G/ also the current PKGBUILD does not build from source.

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#5 2023-09-01 09:19:14

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Re: A language server for pacman's PKGBUILD

the current PKGBUILD does not build from source.

I think build from wheel will be faster than sdist. Is it necessary to build from sdist?


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#6 2023-09-01 10:24:36

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Re: A language server for pacman's PKGBUILD

Your python-pkgbuild-language-server does not exist on the AUR, but according to your docs it does.

EDIT: Ah! pkgbuild-language-server.

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#7 2023-09-01 10:52:37

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Re: A language server for pacman's PKGBUILD

Freed wrote:

the current PKGBUILD does not build from source.

I think build from wheel will be faster than sdist. Is it necessary to build from sdist?

Only recommended Python_package_guidelines#Standards_based_(PEP_517)  First Warning note and https://gitlab.archlinux.org/archlinux/ … type=heads

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#8 2023-09-06 04:01:10

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Re: A language server for pacman's PKGBUILD

Document's wrong name have been fixed. The package will be improved.


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#9 2023-09-06 12:22:58

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Re: A language server for pacman's PKGBUILD

Great, please let us see the new PKGBUILD when it's ready.


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#10 2023-11-02 13:40:08

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Re: A language server for pacman's PKGBUILD

Sorry to notify everyone. I have rewritten the code in a new repo. And the original AUR has been deprecated. The road map can be found in the README.

Because this is my first time to write a language server, I beg any bad design can be forgave. If anyone has a suggestion, welcome to discuss.

There still be many things to do. Sorry again. sad


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