Difference between revisions of "Talk:Arch packaging standards"

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* Added PKGBUILD prototype from CVS. Apparently many people don't even know there's a template hence the varying substandard pkgbuilds being submitted to the AUR. Also moved the etiquette subsection to the top since it contains more important information. [[User:Tardo|tardo]] 22:32, 23 June 2007 (EDT)
 
* Added PKGBUILD prototype from CVS. Apparently many people don't even know there's a template hence the varying substandard pkgbuilds being submitted to the AUR. Also moved the etiquette subsection to the top since it contains more important information. [[User:Tardo|tardo]] 22:32, 23 June 2007 (EDT)
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* The only section currently NOT included in the [[Building Packages in Arch Linux]] entry is everything below 2. Additional Guidelines. That can easily be merged in. [[User:rcoyner|rcoyner]] 14:28, 26 Sept 2008 (EDT)

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What encoding (ascii ? UTF-8 ?) should be used for text files in submitted packages ? --Airbag 13:43, 15 August 2006 (PDT)


I hope you didn't change my addition because you thought I was bullshitting the name of the document and section number I got that from, because it was quoted straight from a developer's documentation of that name, and from that section. Righto, carry on, just curious... --Neotuli 09:40, 15 Aug 2005 (EDT)

Shouldn't the License section be updated to reflect that the licensing system is in place and ready for users? --WillySilly 14:52, 12 Apr 2006 (PST)

  • Also, should the MIT license fall under the BSD exception? --WillySilly


  • Added PKGBUILD prototype from CVS. Apparently many people don't even know there's a template hence the varying substandard pkgbuilds being submitted to the AUR. Also moved the etiquette subsection to the top since it contains more important information. tardo 22:32, 23 June 2007 (EDT)
  • The only section currently NOT included in the Building Packages in Arch Linux entry is everything below 2. Additional Guidelines. That can easily be merged in. rcoyner 14:28, 26 Sept 2008 (EDT)