|Re: 4 new receipts in the wok & misc|
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>> On Thu, 24 Jul 2008 01:41:15 +0200 (CEST)
>> "MilkaJinka" <milka@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> I've just added 4 new receipts in the wok, and need a little help on
>>> - bozohttpd: doesn't want to go in the right place (the binary ends up
>>> $fs/usr and not $fs/usr/bin, I don't know why), otherwise looks OK
>> Done: http://hg.slitaz.org/wok/rev/9d3578b1f87d
> Thanks :-) I'm not familiar enough with receipts... The only way to
> improve it to write more of them ^^
>>> - haserl: two versions of the package: without lua support (20ko) or
>>> lua support (140ko). But it can't get them to adopt different names
>>> each other for the executable and for the package name (to avoid
>> For me is not chocking.
>> For the the receipt you can have:
>> If necessary redifine $src and $_pkg.
>> For the binary try to rename: cp -a $_pkg/usr/bin/haserl
> I tried something like that, but I guess it was too late for my neurons to
> be efficient...
>>> - o3read: package looks OK. I planned to write a short "ODFbox" tool
>>> it, but I'll wait to see if Busybox's unzip - which I use to extract
>>> content from an ODF file - will be fixed in a future version (it keeps
>>> complaining about a bad magic number). Otherwise I will use the
>>> full-featured unzip.
>> I think you can use the full-featured unzip.
>> Have you report the bug to Busybox developper Team ?
> Yep, *full* unzip seems quite lightweight. For the Busybox version, I've
> read several notices of the problem on mailing-lists, but there is no
> entry on their bug reporting tool... I'll fill a report right now.
Done : http://busybox.net/bugs/view.php?id=4334
>>> Oh, and maybe you'll want to check out VL-hot / vxmount (
>>> http://code.google.com/p/vxmount/ ) from VectorLinux. It allows to
>>> automount many kinds of devices without using HAL, only udev. I didn't
>>> find the sources, but udev rules are in the package, maybe we could use
>>> them for udev/mdev.
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>> Eric Joseph-Alexandre <erjo@xxxxxxxxxx>
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