Am 31.05.2010 17:39, schrieb Stephen Weinberg:
On Mon, 31 May 2010 18:13:48 +0300
Ionut Biru<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 05/31/2010 06:11 PM, Stephen Weinberg wrote:
I was making my first svn package and I used some examples I found
online. The abiword-svn package removes the svn directory at the
end of the package build. Is that the correct thing to do? It does
not make sense to me.
The abiword package is at
And the new package I created is at
the convention is in /usr/share/pacman/PKGBUILD-svn.proto
that file is owned by abs
I know. I read that when making mine. I am wondering why that package
deletes the source when it is done with it. It makes more sense to
update the svn when you rebuild the package instead of redownloading
the whole thing.
the only rm I see is
rm -rf "$srcdir/$_svnmod-build"
That makes sense, since it deletes the .o files and binaries you got
from a previous build.
The svn commands write to "$srcdir/$_svnmod".