On 12/09/2022 10:47, Felix Yan wrote:
As you may or may not have noticed, I have started an unofficial RISC-V port attempt targeting 64-bit RISC-V ISA (riscv64gc) since 2019.
There is a simple intro page currently hosted at: https://archriscv.felixc.at/
In the past year, we have a boost in progress and currently ~87.5% of Arch x86_64 packages are available in the riscv64 repository. IMHO The current patch amount is still too high to consider adding riscv64 as an official supported architecture, but we are trying hard on upstreaming them.
Yesterday I noticed that Manjaro has imported packages from this port and formed a Manjaro RISC-V port. Their repository is now available at https://repo-riscv.manjaro.org/
This reminds me that we should probably make the port more visible to get more hands on it. Would you consider adding a subdomain at pkgbuild.com or archlinux.org?
I'm all for mirroring it (we also already mirror arch32). But would love to see some more information, iirc you have a Github repository with the PKGBUILD's but only for overrides? And how can users contribute in adding packages to the port etc..