On Mon, 2011-11-28 at 12:56 -0200, Jos Poortvliet wrote:
You can see
they have KDE4-BASIS.ymp, KDE4-DEFAULT.ymp,
KDE4-DEVEL.ymp, and KDE4-GAMES.ymp hosted right in their repo
directory tree. That seems like a logical place for it, especially
since anyone trying to set it up manually will automatically come
across the ymp files when doing so. You could probably ask them how
they do that.
Now THIS is an excellent suggestion. I think I'll try to create a 'package'
with just that file, then submit it to Tumbleweed so it can be maintained in
See if GregKH likes that idea...
Thse .ymp files are coming from patterns. Any 'package' you do would
result in either an rpm or a deb.
should carry the information you need.
A quick start is:
osc meta -e pattern <prj> <patternname>
see for example:
osc meta pattern X11:Compiz compiz-gnome
(without -e it's viewing only.. so nor harm...)
Hope that helps,
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