[aur-general] TU Application
anders1 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 24 19:32:24 EDT 2008
On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 9:10 PM, Imanol Celaya
<ornitorrincos at archlinux-es.org> wrote:
> My name is Imanol Celaya, I'm 19 years old and I'm studying Electrical
> Engineering in Bilbao, Spain. On the forums and irc you can find me as
> I started on linux on 2003 and first used fedora core, then debian and
> finally arch since late 2006 testing some more like gentoo, solaris,
> and openbsd on dual boot. a bit later I got involved in the Spanish
> arch community translating the docs and one iso installer. I'm also
> developing pyalpm [http://pyalpm.sourceforge.net] (not the 2005's
> attempt using ctype, but using distutils) I'm also one of the
> developers of the bot on #archlinux-es
Very cool, I didn't know about pyalpm, but now that I do I'll have a
look at it some day. I was working on something similar for Lua, but
never got anywhere.
Seems you haven't made a PKGBUILD for it, would make it easier to
install... *hint* ;)
> As you can see with some of my packages
> [http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?SeB=m&K=ornitorrincos] I'm
> interested in packaging for arch some developer tools(as NetBSD's make
> and the TenDRA C compiler, svn at the moment as the latest "stable"
> release is from 1998 but I wouldn't mind try to package it if somebody
> wants it), of course, I'd be interested in packaging some more C/C++
> compilers(which are not gcc, variety is a good thing), I'm also
> interested in python, EDA software and 3d apps. If possible I also
> plan to package some GPGPU software.
You should check out llvm and llvm-based compilers, like clang
(C/C++/Obj-C)... I did an attempt but their build process is a bit
odd, and clang hasn't been "released" yet, just lives in svn.
> I have both a x86_64 machine and a i686 machine with arch installed.
> On my free time I like to go out with some friends, see a movie or do
> 3d modeling.
> I've been some time wanting to be a TU and angvp told me that when
> I feel prepared I could ask him to be my sponsor, and as today I feel
> prepared to apply angvp is my sponsor.
Had a quick look at some of your packages, they look fine (other than
some small things that Stefan pointed out).
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