[arch-dev-public] The move to SVN

Paul Mattal paul at mattal.com
Tue Apr 8 12:59:59 EDT 2008

Jason Chu wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 08, 2008 at 09:21:48AM -0700, Jason Chu wrote:
>>>>>>  /usr/bin/communitypkg is merely a symlink to /usr/bin/extrapkg, and
>>>>>>  extrapkg has the svn commit lines instead of the CVS lines needed for
>>>>>>  community.  I'm not sure if this is "bug worthy", but I opened a bug
>>>>>>  in community packages so TU's have a reference:
>>>>>>  http://bugs.archlinux.org/task/10118
>>>>>>  To all TU's, either downgrade or don't upgrade devtools until this can
>>>>>>  be fixed.  I mean, you could always use "cvs commit".
>>>>> Good catch. I didn't even pick up on that one. Now the kicker - how
>>>>> quickly can I/we get the community daemon converted vs putting out a
>>>>> new devtools package? Which way should we go?
>>>>  Instead of a symlink, use the old (CVS-)extrapkg as communitypkg. That will
>>>> effectively fix communitypkg, so you can take your time to convert
>>>> community. As I understand you, no work has been done on that yet.
>>> Hmm, that's probably be the path of least resistance - Jason, opinions?
>> Sounds like a nice quick fix for now.  I'll release 0.6.2 soon!
>> Jason
> Oh crap.  The symlink is actually created in aurtools.  That'll teach us
> for actually trying to separate ideas.  I'll see if I can get Paul to just
> take a copy of the old communitypkg script and put it in aurtools for right
> now.

I think you have. I have just released an aurtools 1.3.0-2 that 
incorporates a frozen copy of the old extrapkg for now.

Can someone build for x86_64?

- P

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