[aur-general] Convention question
stefan-husmann at t-online.de
Mon May 31 11:54:40 EDT 2010
Am 31.05.2010 17:39, schrieb Stephen Weinberg:
> On Mon, 31 May 2010 18:13:48 +0300
> Ionut Biru<biru.ionut at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 05/31/2010 06:11 PM, Stephen Weinberg wrote:
>>> I was making my first svn package and I used some examples I found
>>> online. The abiword-svn package removes the svn directory at the
>>> end of the package build. Is that the correct thing to do? It does
>>> not make sense to me.
>>> The abiword package is at
>>> And the new package I created is at
>>> -- Stephen
>> the convention is in /usr/share/pacman/PKGBUILD-svn.proto
>> that file is owned by abs
> I know. I read that when making mine. I am wondering why that package
> deletes the source when it is done with it. It makes more sense to
> update the svn when you rebuild the package instead of redownloading
> the whole thing.
the only rm I see is
rm -rf "$srcdir/$_svnmod-build"
That makes sense, since it deletes the .o files and binaries you got
from a previous build.
The svn commands write to "$srcdir/$_svnmod".
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