[aur-general] Custom arch repository

pavel.finkelshtein at gmail.com pavel.finkelshtein at gmail.com
Wed Aug 14 18:03:24 UTC 2019

Oh my, it looks very ineresting!

Currently I manage all my packages manually so potentially it can
simplify my work a lot.

Currently I'm experimenting with Travis and binary build caches cause
kodi needs a lot of time to compile from scratch and I'm also using
container to build, so I mount ccache directory inside docker ☺


On Wed, 2019-08-14 at 19:11 +0200, Manuel Reimer wrote:
> On 14.08.19 16:01, asm0dey via aur-general wrote:
> > I've found way to publish built packages to github pages, but it's
> > absolutely not enough to just put them somewhere. It looks like
> > repository should have some predefined structure, maybe index files
> > and
> > so on. Any ideas on where I can find them?
> If you have a lot of packages and want to simplify your work a bit,
> then
> you could use a tool I've written to create some of my repositories:
> https://github.com/M-Reimer/repo-make
> You can manage your PKGBUILD structure in whatever way you like in a
> repo (or locally but I prefer to have them on GIT):
> https://github.com/VDR4Arch/vdr4arch
> The repo-make controlling is done with just one file in this repo:
> https://github.com/VDR4Arch/vdr4arch/blob/master/repo-make.conf
> The whole list is then auto-built without any user interaction and
> results in a working repository. This means also that dependencies
> are
> auto-installed to the system repo-make runs on, so you absolutely
> should
> have a dedicated virtual machine for this.
> For vdr4arch we have a build server which uses repo-make in an Arch
> docker container. It autobuilds the packages whenever something on
> the
> GIT server changes.
> Manuel
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