Hi, I used to use https for all my git packages. Then, someone told me I should use git:// lol. I searched for the email with that in it, but there are thousands of them and I couldn't find it. Anyway, Just to make absolutely sure, github offers https:i// or git://. So, any time there is a git package made from a project hosted at github use https:// in the source url, no exceptions? This means I have some packages to update. I made the other changes to p-git, but I wait to upload it til I get the reply to this. Thanks for all the help. Storm On Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 12:20:28PM +0200, Johannes Löthberg wrote
On 22/06, Storm Dragon wrote:
Hi, The pypump docs say it works for all versions of python, 2.7, through 3.4 I think. I made the PKGBUILD using the python3 dependancy because I figure that is what most people will have by default. Does this PKGBUILD look ok? Thanks Storm
It's mostly fine but http git URLs are prefered when possible since many people are behind firewalls that doesn't let the git protocol through.
I'd also prefer it if you remove the _pkgname variable since it's rather useless. The variable name is longer than the variable itself, and it doesn't change so it's largely useless.
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