[arch-dev-public] Cleanup of some base libs

Dan McGee dpmcgee at gmail.com
Wed Jun 20 13:55:45 EDT 2007

On 6/20/07, Dan McGee <dpmcgee at gmail.com> wrote:
> While trying to figure out my libtool libarchive issue, I looked at
> the PKGBUILDs for acl and attr and was pretty scared at what I saw. I
> attempted to clean them up a lot, and I think I succeeded, but I
> wanted some testing from you guys first before I push these to testing
> and then maybe to current. I also want to make sure no one sees an
> issue with building them this way.
> I set up a small repo here:
> [baseclean]
> Server = http://archlinux.org/~dan/baseclean
> The repo has the following packages (I rebuilt those that depend
> directly on acl/attr): acl, attr, libarchive, pacman (because
> libarchive has been upgraded), and xfsdump. The one package missing
> that should be here is coreutils, but I had a build failure (not sure
> if this is related to the gcc 4.2 upgrade).

coreutils is now built with a patch that was hommade but fixed as it
was in the coreutils CVS.

I also forgot to mention that all of these were built in a chroot
environment, so they should be clean.

> In addition, has anyone else noticed this issue-
> http://bugs.archlinux.org/task/7461? It is kind of a big deal, and I'm
> going to be gone starting tomorrow for the entire weekend so I want to
> find some resolution before then.
> -Dan
> Note to self: add some comments to the acl/attr PKGBUILDs explaining
> those weird variable settings used in the install line
> (include/builddefs, buildmacros, etc.).

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