On Sonntag, 10. Februar 2013, 17:16:04 wrote Marguerite Su:
Seems I ran into my own world so fast that no one really understands me :-(
Two simple questions:
- How can I know the correct md5sum/anysum of a tar_scm source like this
About which md5sum do speak here exactly?
* of this _service file * of all sources in side of the package * of the created tar ball
<service name="tar_scm"> <param name="history-depth">1</param> <param name="url">git://github.com/sunpinyin/sunpinyin.git
</param> <param name="version">2.0.4.git20130208</param> <param name="scm">git</param> </service> <service name="recompress"> <param name="file">*.tar</param> <param name="compression">bz2</param> </service> <service name="set_version" />
- How can I use a custom `pacman` package to build for ArchLinux packages?
home:MargueriteSu:archlinux:pacman has it. and I use this in home:MargueriteSu:archlinux:
<repository name="ArchLinux"> <path project="home:MargueriteSu:archlinux:pacman" repository="ArchLinux"/> <path project="Arch:Core" repository="standard"/> <path project="Arch:Extra" repository="standard"/> <arch>x86_64</arch> <arch>i586</arch> </repository>
but it fails with:
error: invalid option
So, this comes from a script of that package. One needs to check what iana-etc is trying to call. Maybe some package needs preinstalled or the install order is just wrong (maybe due to lacking package dependencies).
Thanks & Happy snake year