[aur-general] Anybody want apvlv?

Jakob Gruber jakob.gruber at gmail.com
Tue Jan 11 14:21:16 EST 2011

On 01/11/2011 08:17 PM, Ray Rashif wrote:
> On 11 January 2011 05:10, Brad Fanella<bradfanella at archlinux.us>  wrote:
>> On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 12:05 AM, Ray Rashif<schiv at archlinux.org>  wrote:
>>> On 9 January 2011 03:27, Brad Fanella<bradfanella at archlinux.us>  wrote:
>>>> So with the recent release of apvlv 0.1.0, I have decided to drop
>>>> maintaining it.
>>>> I believe it now supports UMD file reading of some sort, and this
>>>> requires the whole the PSP toolchain to be packaged and submitted to
>>>> the repo, which is something I have no interest in doing whatsoever,
>>>> as I haven't even used the software in months.
>>> What exactly is this "PSP toolchain"? Are the tools available from AUR?
>> Think of it as something similar to, say, the AVR toolchain. It is
>> simply packages that are patched/modified for a certain architecture,
>> which is the PSP (PlayStation Portable) in this case.
>> You can check out:
>> http://svn.ps2dev.org/listing.php?repname=psp&path=/trunk/&rev=0&sc=0
>> I couldn't find any PSP/UMD-related packages in the official repos, nor the AUR.
> An entire toolchain for a viewer? Either abandon the software
> altogether or build it without this "feature".

Nah, umd in this case is an ebook file format, so you don't need a PSP 
toolchain ;)
Brad, I think you solved this already?

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