[aur-general] PKGBUILD review

Ryan Whited dergottdergrunten at gmail.com
Fri Feb 5 18:14:52 UTC 2016

This is actually compiling export templates. After making your game, you
export to your desired platform. To that, you have to use these templates
in the export menu. If you want to export to Windows, you have to build
that template.

I completely forgot about the _Arch comment from the last time I submitted.
I'll fix that.
On Feb 5, 2016 1:30 AM, "Justin Dray" <justin at dray.be> wrote:

> You've still got references to OS X and windows installs
> Also instead of
> if test _arch == '32'; then
>     scons -j $cores platform=server target=release_debug tools=no bits=32
> else
>     scons -j $cores platform=server target=release_debug tools=no bits=64
> fi
> you can just do
> scons -j $cores platform=server target=release_debug tools=no bits=$_arch
> You're setting _arch in 3 places even though it can only have 2 values;
> it's also in an array for no apparent reason, you can shorten it to
> _arch=32
> [[ $CARCH == x86_64 ]] && _arch=64
> Or some such variation.
> The same goes in the install, you have a bunch of 'if _arch == 32' and then
> using 32 twice in a string; just substitute that with the variable.
> Regards,
> Justin

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