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[opensuse-buildservice] pike project
  • From: Robert Hinn <exodusd@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2008 15:28:28 +0200
  • Message-id: <2947F828-7983-4A02-A54F-E0CD78E1951E@xxxxxx>

Hello,

I'm one of the developers of the open-sTeam collaboration server software (http://www.open-steam.org), which is written in the pike programming language (http://pike.ida.liu.se). In the long run, I would like to use the build service to produce and publish RPM packages of our software, but since there are currently no pike rpm packages about, I tried to build my own.

I succeeded (with help by the people on the build service IRC - thanks again!) in creating a project in my build service home and have successfully created packages for openSUSE 10.2, 10.3, SLES 10, Fedora Core 8 and RHEL 5 with it (only for i586, the 64-bit version doesn't seem to compile, though at the moment I think I don't need the 64-bit packages anyway ;-) ).

It would be great if you could open a project outside my home for pike, so that it becomes a "regular" package. I've read in the archives that I should probably contact the maintainers of the corresponding group (Development/Languages/Other should be fine for pike, I guess), but I haven't found any information on the website as to how to contact group maintainers ;-)

Could you tell me whom to contact about requesting a regular build service project for pike?

By the way, the build service is really a great tool. Up to now, I've build my own build environment scripts to create packages for some distributions, but the build service makes this so much easier and less troublesome to maintain!

Best regards,
Robert

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