[aur-general] [REVIEW REQUEST] python-viivakoodi

Quentin Bourgeois quentin at bourgeois.eu
Sat Dec 3 01:04:44 UTC 2016

On 16-12-01 21:57:08, Eli Schwartz via aur-general wrote:
> On 12/01/2016 08:24 PM, Quentin Bourgeois wrote:
> > I finally managed to upload to AUR[0]. I had to made some 
> > modification[1] in order to pass the different hooks on the server but
> > I think they would be ok.
> So I see... especially the "every commit must have a .SRCINFO". I had
> kind of sort of assumed you would push the PKGBUILD you finally settled
> on as the initial PKGBUILD, but apparently you opted to preserve your
> learning experience for eternity. :p
> Unfortunately that won't work, since your learning experience included a
> missing .SRCINFO which cannot be preserved. :D
Indeed, I did a pretty bad job with that, which, was not tested

I will try to come up with a better solution by tomorrow.
> > Is it relevant to add some of this information
> > (runtime deps on setuptools) ? I don't remember having seen such
> > information while looking at the manpage/wiki. In the other hand I
> > don't known if its obvious for other.
> Which manpage/wiki?
I was thinking of the wiki page that give instruction with Python

> I guess it is sort of assumed that people won't uninstall setuptools --
> it is part of the python package manager scene (distutils -> setuptools
> -> pip) and in a way it sort of competes with pacman.
> "The standard library is where modules go to die" but nevertheless, I am
> pretty sure the setuptools developers would love to make sure everyone
> always has it, no matter what.
> But I will admit it wasn't obvious to me... until I learned the basics
> of python module packaging.
> -- 
> Eli Schwartz

[0] https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Python_PKGBUILD
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