[aur-general] python packages as depends and easy_install
stormdragon2976 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 23 11:52:20 EDT 2014
I used to use https for all my git packages. Then, someone told me I should use git:// lol. I searched for the email with that in it, but there are thousands of them and I couldn't find it. Anyway, Just to make absolutely sure, github offers https:i// or git://. So, any time there is a git package made from a project hosted at github use https:// in the source url, no exceptions? This means I have some packages to update. I made the other changes to p-git, but I wait to upload it til I get the reply to this.
Thanks for all the help.
On Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 12:20:28PM +0200, Johannes Löthberg wrote
>On 22/06, Storm Dragon wrote:
>>The pypump docs say it works for all versions of python, 2.7, through 3.4 I think. I made the PKGBUILD using the python3 dependancy because I figure that is what most people will have by default. Does this PKGBUILD look ok?
>It's mostly fine but http git URLs are prefered when possible since
>many people are behind firewalls that doesn't let the git protocol
>I'd also prefer it if you remove the _pkgname variable since it's
>rather useless. The variable name is longer than the variable itself,
>and it doesn't change so it's largely useless.
> Johannes Löthberg
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