Policy on cross-repo makedepends?
On 25/06/10 23:40, Thomas Bächler wrote:
Am 25.06.2010 14:30, schrieb Pierre Schmitz:
On Fri, 25 Jun 2010 22:11:31 +1000, Allan McRae<firstname.lastname@example.org>
Do we have a policy on cross-repo makedepends? i.e. using makedepends
in [extra] for packages in [core].
I ask because I want to bring dejagnu to [extra] so I can do "make
check" for gcc/binutils/etc in their PKGBUILD. (I currently do it
myself using a local dejagnu package).
I would just go ahead do it, but our integrity check script list
makedepends repo hierarchy amongst the list of issues.
I think it's fine to have core packages depending on some of the extra
repo at build time.
We do have core packages with extra or community make/optdepends.
OK. Should we remove that check from our Integrity Check script? At
least [core] packages make/optdepends on [extra]. I am not so sure