Anybody interested in a UnixHub Gentoo Overlay? - GNU/Linux
Neuromatic
Hans Hackett Wrote:I would join, but noted that I am poor in C.... :P ((self-learning

Hardcodet Ebuilds :P

[irony]
Step one * Download Ebuild via git.
Step two * Check Source and maybe edit.
Step three * Compile Ebuild
Step four * exec Ebuild
Step five * Compile package
Step six * Remove Ebuild{source}
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I ask myself if this would be used… :D

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venam
I'm not that knowledgeable but...
>Ebuilds are written in Bash
>Step three * Compile Ebuild
This sounds like someone who never used Gentoo.
vypr
Let me find a guide on how to make Ebuilds, then I'll push passgen into the repo.
Code:
-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
Version: 3.1
G d s+:++ a--- C++ UB P+ L+ !E !W+++ !N !o K--? w++ !O M++ !V PS+++ PE-- Y++ PGP+ !t !5 !X !R tv b+ DI D++ G e- h r y--
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------

buddhist ~ esperantisto ~ communist
jobss
I propose, that instead of just having this community e-build project be just a place where we can post our own custom versions of a piece of software. In addition to that, how about we accept user requests, and the OP puts up a list of what e-build is currently being worked on and by whom. That way if something goes wrong with the e-build or someone has questions about its contents they can be contacted. This way we can help others who don't know how to make an e-build or for those who just don't have the time to make one possible and at the same time share our customized versions of (x piece of software).
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crshd
Finding out who you need to yell at when something blows up can be easily done by looking at who commited it to the repo.

I'm all for taking requests. But whipping up an ebuild usually doesn't take a long time, so keeping the OP updated with a list of ebuilds currently being worked on is somewhat pointless IMO. Instead, I would propose to use github's issue tracker. Submit a bug report to request an ebuild to be added to the repo. I think that would be the better way to organize such a task than trying to use the forums. Everybody can quickly see open and filled requests, and if somebody feels up to the task, they can make and ebuild and push it, closing the issue. This way, you'll have another place where you can immediately see who did what.

(01-09-2013, 10:25 AM)sticky Wrote: Let me find a guide on how to make Ebuilds, then I'll push passgen into the repo.

How about [Gentoo's Development Guide](http://devmanual.gentoo.org/ebuild-writing/index.html)?
Phyrne
Whelp, as much as I love this idea, so far it doesn't look like there's many Gen/Funtoo users here. I know I loved Funtoo when I used it.

Though, that said, that's just from me scanning through the thread.

I think what crshd is looking for here is clear, concise answers from those in the community that do want to get involved with this.

If you're about, speak up guys.
yrmt
Let's make an other repo for OpenBSD ports heh Phyrne?
jobss
(02-09-2013, 01:24 AM)crshd Wrote: Finding out who you need to yell at when something blows up can be easily done by looking at who commited it to the repo.

I'm all for taking requests. But whipping up an ebuild usually doesn't take a long time, so keeping the OP updated with a list of ebuilds currently being worked on is somewhat pointless IMO. Instead, I would propose to use github's issue tracker. Submit a bug report to request an ebuild to be added to the repo. I think that would be the better way to organize such a task than trying to use the forums. Everybody can quickly see open and filled requests, and if somebody feels up to the task, they can make and ebuild and push it, closing the issue. This way, you'll have another place where you can immediately see who did what.

(01-09-2013, 10:25 AM)sticky Wrote: Let me find a guide on how to make Ebuilds, then I'll push passgen into the repo.

How about [Gentoo's Development Guide](http://devmanual.gentoo.org/ebuild-writing/index.html)?

That sounds so much easier, I never got around to use github to post things.
The world is quaking from our Linux Thoughts!
Phyrne
(02-09-2013, 09:29 AM)yrmt Wrote: Let's make an other repo for OpenBSD ports heh Phyrne?
I love the sound of that ;)
gurhush
I am extremely interested, will probably contribute after I migrate my Gentoo to Funtoo.




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