[arch-ports] PKGBUILD and package release thoughts
buchuki at gmail.com
Fri Mar 10 18:43:14 EST 2006
Would it be possible to use an array (or dict ;-)) of architecture
releases instead of multiple variables? This would restrict it to one
line in the PKGBUILD. I guess we could also have convention of
semi-colon separating the arch-pkg-rel variables to conserve space.
Really don't like how long these things are getting... :(
On 3/10/06, Maluvia <terakuma at imbris.net> wrote:
> >Do we really need more variables? Why not leave only one pkgrel number
> >e.g. foo 1.0-1.
> >If the x86_64 bit package needs a fix we would build only a 1.0-2 on
> >x86_64 and
> >let out not affected architectures. Next common release would be 1.0-3 for
> >all archs.
> >Is it possible that way?
> In the interest of keeping a single common PKGBUILD it sounds like Jason's
> solution would be the best, since it lets gensync/updatesync detect and
> pull the needed updates automatically.
> (If I understand correctly.)
> I don't even use ABS so I should probably shut-up, but since you asked . .
> . . . :)
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