[aur-general] rodent, first upload
rafael.f.f1 at gmail.com
Mon May 16 12:21:52 EDT 2011
2011/5/16 Iñigo Álvarez <alvarezviu at gmail.com>:
> I did a new PKGBUILD of the rodent file manager. I really think, after
> discovering it in gentoo, it is a must be in arch. It consist in a very
> lightweight, but complete file manager, aimed to expert users which stick to
> the console. It permets using console commands, rigt-click diff, iso
> mounting and creating, and much more...
> I will apreciate feedback, i had it compiled in my system prior to doing the
> package, so i dont know how it will work installed from scratch from aur.
> Thank you in advance, and hope you enjoy it
1 word for you: namcap.
With this software, you can verify problems in the newly built
package. I like a lot the '-i' option. Archwiki has more information
about it Just as example, with namcap I saw that your package needs:
* depends=('libsm' 'libzip' 'file' 'gtk2') # why you put lib32? No
need for this package.
* options=('!libtool') # this removes useless *.la files of the package
Observation: please not the lib32 packages are not needed, unless the
PKGBUILD needs ONLY 32 bit libraries. that's not the case of this
package. ex: PCSX2 works only in 32 bit, so I need lib32-<libs> to use
it in Arch64.
Except for that, all good. And the PKGBUILD is very clean - I liked it :)
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