[aur-general] Status of the Chromium/Chrome packages on AUR
stefan-husmann at t-online.de
Sat Sep 26 12:24:39 EDT 2009
Panos Filip schrieb:
> On Sat, Sep 26, 2009 at 6:48 PM, Biru Ionut <biru.ionut at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 09/26/2009 05:49 PM, Panos Filip wrote:
>>> I think he found the first PKGBUILD not good, and then, instead of fixing
>>> it, he disowned it and uploaded another one.
>>> Do you think it's a good idea to create a *wiki page* where we'll propose
>>> universal way of building chromium packages ? Then, a TU or someone else
>>> *can* maintain difficult PKGBUILDs, should upload them.
>> lets clean it :D.
>> i will let only one build from ubuntu ppa and only one build from google
>> I vote for chromium-browser-dev (ppa) and chromium-snapshot(google bot) and
>> chromium-browser-svn which is the only one that is building from source.
>> If chromium-browser-dev and chromium-snapshot doesn't have proper PKGBUILD
>> for building native 64/32 we should ask the maintainer do that well and if
>> he doesn't do that in couples of days, i will orphan it
>> what do you think about this?
> Good idea. Three PKGBUILDs only then.
> The one is ready (chromium-browser-svn), so we don't have to take care about
> it, it's OK.
> The other two now: they must be autodownloading (like svn/git/cvs) the
> zip(googlebot) or deb (ppa) and 32 or 64bit according to system's $CARCH
> For the first one (googlebot), I already have a PKGBUILD ready for
> suggestion. If the wikipage is going to be created, i'll post it.
> For the second one (ppa), it's more difficult because, as I 've tried,
> wget/curl/elinks (used in order to download the html code and parse it in
> order to find the latest package), need a lot of commands to clear the html
> code. And the names used by ppa are also huge.
I do not know (and honestly, do not even care) of all the differences that might
be between teh versions, but do we really need the ubuntu version (ppa)? In
other cases, we probably have a package build from sources and at most _one_
other release from upstream. And additionally the really free one: iron. Let's
delete all the others.
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