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Re: Mass-packaging of 300 KDE application prepared - Help required

From: ng0
Subject: Re: Mass-packaging of 300 KDE application prepared - Help required
Date: Sat, 18 Mar 2017 09:34:56 +0000

Hartmut Goebel transcribed 1.7K bytes:
> Hello all,
> as promised earlier, I prepared a repository inclusing patches for more
> than 300 KDE packages. I will not have time to work on them, though.
> Others will need to implement the packages based on this preperations.

Wow! Thanks for your work on this!

> The repo contains prepared guix package descriptions for more than 300
> KDE packages. The idea is to take a lot of stupid work from the
> shoulders of those who want to add a KDE package and automatically
> prepare as much as possible.
> Prepared are
> - name, version, url, hash
> - synopsis (two variants)
> - description (two variants)
> - license (needs to be verified)
> - inputs and native-inputs
> - store-path of the archive
> The synopsis and descriptions are taken from Debian and Mageia, chosen
> by what was easy to access for me.
> The license is taken from Debian but needs to be rechecked. Maybe
> OpenSuSE is a good place to look since they seem to have a strong focus
> on this.
> The inputs and native-inputs are taken from the `CMakeList.txt` file,
> which I processed and mapped many known requirements to guix's package
> names. For your convenience unprocessed content of the `CMakeList.txt`
> file has been put into the description, so you hopefully find all
> necessary information there.
> The repository can be found at
> <>, detailed description on
> how to work with it is available ins the README there. If you have any
> enhancement requests, please let me know.
> (I refained from sending the patches to some mailinglist since it is
> more then 880KB data and more than 300 patches).
> -- 
> Regards
> Hartmut Goebel
> | Hartmut Goebel          | address@hidden               |
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