> * Official pacbuild usage
> This apparently has gone farther by the wayside with the machine I put out there
> for non-x86_64 devs to build packages, taking some of the load off of the guys
> who were waiting for pacbuild.
> I'm not even sure of the state here anymore - Simo, Jason, any news? Would you
> guys like root access to the build machine so as to have a place to RUN
> pacbuild? Last I checked I did install it, but it isn't configured or the most
> recent version.
Of the original todo list (posted here
- started adding better logging to Strawberry and Apple but got stuck. I
have a patch or two if anyone wants to take this up;
- removed multiple architecture support in Apple -- it's just as easy to
run one Apple daemon per architecture;
- started using namcap's new pacman module in update-repos.py;
- gave Apple knowledge of the contents of all its repos;
- added two new statuses (statii?) 'inrepo' and 'depwait'. 'inrepo' is
Apple's knowledge of what packages are in the repos (and what their
dependencies are) and 'depwait' is for a build that is waiting on something
else to be rebuilt.
Still left to do are these sorts of things:
1. better logging in Apple and Strawberry (not blocking)
2. automatic chroot rebuilding (not blocking)
3. using mkarchroot and makechrootpkg (not blocking, though it would be
really really nice)
4. be able to mark 'queued', 'error', or 'done' packages as 'cancelled'
(either through peach or through a command line tool (command line will
probably be easier initially because we don't have any authentication code
5. when PKGBUILDs are uploaded with queuepkg, include their depends and
6. fitting 'depwait' into the pacbuild flow:
6.1. packages that are 'queued' and depend on packages that are 'queued',
'building', 'error', or 'done' should be set to 'depwait'
6.2. if a package changes status, walk over its required bys and update
their status based on 6.1.
1, 2, 3, and 4 could all be done by other people. I'm probably the best to
do 5, and 6.
1, 2, and 3 aren't absolutely required, but I'd really like to have 3 at
least before we release.
If you want to track my progress check out
. There are actually patches in there. I'm actually doing something!
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