[aur-general] Trusted User application

Johannes Löthberg johannes at kyriasis.com
Mon Jul 25 13:17:30 UTC 2016


Replying off-list since it's not really relevant to it.

On 24/07, Nicola Squartini via aur-general wrote:
>> haskell-happstack
>> ==================
>> To be honest I did not take too much time looking at the haskell repo
>> thingie, however a small thing came into my mind while reading the
>> build
>> scripts: (I know you don't plan to move those, its just a small side
>> note nothing more!):
>> - everything that gets pulled into the repos must be able to build
>>   without special scripts/setup, f.e. by the wrapper extra-x86_64-
>> build
>>   from the devtools package.
>The PKGBUILDs there are managed by Magnus Therning's excellent cblrepo
>tool [1]. My main job there is to write patches when something goes
>wrong with dependencies (Haskell is very strict also about

I've thought about using cblrepo to maintain a few things, but was 
wondering how you add and make sure the ghc/distro packages are up to 
date in the cblrepo database?

  Johannes Löthberg
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