[pacman-dev] pacman packaging

Christ Schlacta aarcane at gmail.com
Mon Jan 8 06:21:21 EST 2007

I agree and I think it's a good idea, but..  is resync a repair tool
for pacman?  if so it should be isntalled with pacman, if not, perfect

On 1/7/07, Dan McGee <dpmcgee at gmail.com> wrote:
> This was just another thought of mine. Pacman is currently distributed
> as one package on Archlinux (and I would assume on any distribution
> that is using it). I was thinking it should maybe be two packages,
> pacman and pacman-utils, or something similar. The two things can be
> split fairly cleanly- the first is used for installing packages and
> general maintenence, while the other is used for building packages,
> looking at the ABS tree, building a custom repo, etc. This also seems
> more important with a few other scripts being added recently
> (re-pacman, repo-add)
> pacman:
> pacman (and conf/man files), pacman.static, vercmp, rankmirrors, pacman-optimize
> pacman-utils:
> abs (and conf files), makepkg (and conf file), makeworld (TODO still
> wondering if this is used), gensync, resync, repo-add (TODO should
> this be renamed to addsync?), re-pacman
> In addition, pacman-utils could then pull in scripts such as srcpac
> and namcap that are likely installed by most developers anyway.
> This isn't so much development related, but I thought this was the
> best list to bring this up.
> -Dan
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