[arch-general] PKGBUILD inheritance
antigluk at gmail.com
Fri May 1 13:27:58 UTC 2015
I want to be in sync with official kernel config.
Script is good idea but universal PKGBUILD based on core/linux will keep me
from updating the package manually every time kernel is updated.
Пт, 1 трав. 2015 15:53 Maarten de Vries <maarten at de-vri.es> пише:
> On 1 May 2015 at 14:13, Roman Rader <antigluk at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Well yes, basically what I want to do is to download the PKGBUILD in the
> > prepare function and do makepkg inside my build function. I can then
> > content of resulting package and put it to destination directory to pack
> > again, but it's hacky and doesn't look nice. I'm looking for the proper
> > to do it.
> Indeed, that doesn't sound very nice. But running makepkg on the original
> package seems wasteful anyway if you're going to compile again in the
> build stage. It would seem more logical to use the same sources array plus
> a patch or script to modify some files and apply those in the prepare()
> I'm not certain what exactly you're trying to do though. If you only want
> to modify an upstream PKGBUILD it might be easier to just write a script to
> do what you do manually now.
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