Storm Dragon | 17 Sep 03:56 2014
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Rbspeex PKGBUILD Continued

Hi,
Err... I forgot to attach the PKGBUILD... lol
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pkgname=rbspeex-git
pkgver=1.4.0.r540.0f61e38
pkgrel=1
pkgdesc='Rockbox specific speex Utility'
arch=('i686' 'x86_64')
url='http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RockboxUtility'
license=("GPL")
depends=('libusbx' 'qt5-base')
makedepends=('gendesk' 'git' 'qt5-tools')
provides=("rbspeexdec" "rbspeexenc")
source=("${pkgname%-*}::git://git.rockbox.org/rockbox")
sha256sums=('SKIP')

pkgver() {
  cd "${srcdir}"/${pkgname%-*}
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Storm Dragon | 17 Sep 03:55 2014
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rbspeex PKGBUILD Help

Hi,
For some reason the Rockbox people use a modified speex format to generate the talk clips. As far as I know the
standard speexenc program can not create .talk files. So, I tried modifying the existing rbutil-git
package to just build the rbspeex package and it is broken. Unfortunately the existing rbutil-git
package doesn't include the rbspeexenc and dec programs when it installs the utility. It's ok though,
having these seperate would be preferable, cause you may want one and not the other. attached is the PKGBUILD.
Thanks
Storm
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Unknown | 17 Sep 02:57 2014
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Trying to add a aur package dependencies

hello,

I am trying to add a PKGBUILD to the aur, see
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/gnome-dvb-daemon-git/

but the dependencies will not show up,
also the aurinfo file is visable in the archive

steps to make the archive
 - makepkg --source

is there an error with the PKGBUILD or AURINFO?
is the aurinfo really needed or can i drop it?

greetings Steven Vanden Brandqen

Arch Website Notification | 16 Sep 10:07 2014

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4javier | 15 Sep 15:56 2014
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NodeJS build dependencies

I'm the maintainer of "brackets" package on AUR. It's a code editor written
in javascript upon NodeJS library. Nodejs package from community repo ships
"npm", a command-line tool to manage nodejs packages. To satisfy nodejs
dependency for my package, should I use npm inside build() function in my
PKGBUILD (solution that I prefer and now I'm using), or should I create an
AUR tarball for every dpendency, and add all those ones inside depends()
array?

I want to point out that this is the list of *build *dependencies for
brackets

        "grunt": "0.4.1",
        "jasmine-node": "1.11.0",
        "grunt-jasmine-node": "0.1.0",
        "grunt-cli": "0.1.9",
        "phantomjs": "1.9.0-1",
        "grunt-lib-phantomjs": "0.3.0",
        "grunt-contrib-jshint": "0.6.0",
        "grunt-contrib-watch": "0.4.3",
        "grunt-contrib-jasmine": "0.4.2",
        "grunt-template-jasmine-requirejs": "0.1.0",
        "grunt-contrib-cssmin": "0.6.0",
        "grunt-contrib-clean": "0.4.1",
        "grunt-contrib-copy": "0.4.1",
        "grunt-contrib-htmlmin": "0.1.3",
        "grunt-contrib-less": "0.8.2",
        "grunt-contrib-requirejs": "0.4.1",
        "grunt-contrib-uglify": "0.2.0",
        "grunt-contrib-concat": "0.3.0",
        "grunt-targethtml": "0.2.6",
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Justin Dray | 15 Sep 00:25 2014
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Requests

Hi everyone,

I think it would be a good idea to link to the package for a request when
it has been fulfilled. The messages do not show up in the same thread and
there is no link, just 'request #1234 accepted' and which TU has accepted
it. I then have to go and search for that number to find out what the
request was for. Thoughts?

Regards,
Justin Dray
E: justin@...
M: 0433348284

Arch Website Notification | 14 Sep 10:07 2014

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Lex Black | 11 Sep 13:23 2014
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Uploads when it's not necessary

Currently there is one package that gets uploaded every minute (and most
likely without changes).
An automated process that went out of control? Or is such a setup ok?

Best regards
Lex

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[1] https://paste.archlinux.de/jcFs/
[2] https://paste.archlinux.de/eKoM9/
[3] https://paste.archlinux.de/VcJXU/


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