[aur-general] rfc: pkgbuild for prospect releng-tool

Brett Cornwall brett at i--b.com
Wed Mar 6 06:57:43 UTC 2019

On 2019-03-05 23:53, Brett Cornwall wrote:
>I don't see this license in the project. It needs to be in the 
>project, and if it is indeed BSD licensed you need to copy the license 
>to "$pkgdir/usr/share/licenses/$pkgname/" [1]

Oops... I suck at computers and managed to end up in the 
releng-tool-examples repo. I should go to bed. So I see that the license 
is indeed in upstream and you've included it in the package. Derp.

>I see that you're the maintainer of upstream; Why not create a release 
>on Github and then download the tarball here? Typically, pulling 
>sources via git is for '-git' packages.

You should use the release tarball instead of relying on git then, which 
would be another dependency in this package.

>Having a tarball release will mean that you can have checksum 
>verification as well.

^Still applies.
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