. AUR (arch user repository)
. PUR (parabola user repository)
which works via our own works.
We use Pacman (for package management)
We have also our own free sytem builder from chroot including
which push automatically to the repo ...
Well we have tried to follow the Arch (KISS principle model) and free
software as best as possible.
I do not say that it is what you need, but PKGBUILDS system, seems to be
what you are searching for.
So maybe you wish to stay with apt-get ... maybe you can adapt apt-get
to build stage and release PKGBUILDS adapted system to your needs and
try to make something more K.I.S.S. than the parabola's devtools ;-)
> A few threads behind in the conversation now, but I think there is a really great model for a source based package distribution with
> ArchLinux's AUR system.
> https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Arch_User_Repository >
> AUR is really neat - you define a package by including the source, as well as any required resources, and finally you include a PKGBUILD
> file, which defines a list of dependencies, and provides the required build steps.
> As a user of AUR, I simply pull a tarball containing all the above information, from the repository, I untar the package, and modify the
> PKGBUILD for my particular environment, adding or removing flags, adjusting the install location, or whatever else I want to customize. The
> final step is to use the makepkg application, which run the installation scripts.
> On 3 April 2012 08:32, Aurélien <gnu.tek@gmx....> wrote:
> ams@gnu.... (Alfred M. Szmidt) writes:
> > > and it will install in /usr/local which does not work for all
> > > packages.
> > I assert that would be a problem with those package, not with APT.
> > If APT is the package manager, then it is a problem with APT not with
> > the package.
> <#secure method=pgpmime mode=sign>
> Since you wish to build something new, why do you stay on the idea of
> Since you wish to build something flexible, why do you stay on the idea
> of APT?
> If you stay in the model of APT, don't gNewSense and Trisquel already
> respond to your wish?
> -- Aurelien
> Ian Bentley
In stupidity, i am the expert x-D
K.I.S.S. principle + Freedom
wow that is cool!
and Emacs in Stumpwm in a Parabola ... is the fact that for the first
time i have stop to waste my time to search the most efficient tools!
A salute GNU!
And one more time Thanks you so much that no word exist to describe how
i am happy ridding in knowledge on my free GNU!