mmm fails for me
refuses upload because "remote: error: missing .SRCINFO"
but that file is include in the root of the repository
i missing steps?
- git clone ssh+git://aur-dev.archlinux.org/foobar.git/ (change foobar with the package name) - add PKGBUILD. SRCINFO and other files include in the sources array - git add . - git commit -m 'brawbraw' - git push
2014-12-30 0:01 GMT+01:00 Pablo Lezaeta Reyes email@example.com:
But if someone missed the deadline (something that I'm sure will happend for a few hundeds at least either because lazines, bussyness or not want (or can't) reach aur-dev page) there are a place to take the PKGBUILD that was deleted in the "lets break AUR" cleanup?
Also translations need to be pulled, the last time the translation weren't taken from transfex (as I can noticed) and viceversa, so why not let the submit button there but intead add the instructions on how now upload packages to aur.
2014-12-29 19:48 GMT-03:00 Ian D. Scott firstname.lastname@example.org:
On Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 11:36:58PM +0100, Lukas Fleischer wrote:
You can create an empty repository via SSH:
$ ssh aur-dev.archlinux.org setup-repo foobar
I agree that it is a good idea to add instructions on how to submit packages, though.
That works, but I think it would be nice to also have a button in the web interface. Something similar to how you create a repository on github. You click the button, it asks you for a package name and category, and then it explains how to upload.
That said, I currently upload packages with burp and probably wouldn't use such an interface. It just seems like a nice thing to have, and would make it easier for new users. (Of course, making it a little difficult could be used as a way to filter out incompetent maintainers, which is not a bad idea.)
-- *Pablo Lezaeta*