~eschwartz/aurpublish

PKGBUILD management framework for the Arch User Repository
c88459d5 — rafasc 4 years ago
Use better sanity check for 'abort if no commits'
do completion for log subcommand
style: variable bracketing

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#PKGBUILD management framework for the Arch User Repository

#Install

The standard make && sudo make install routine is used. The following additional variables are supported:

  • DESTDIR -- staged installs for distro packaging
  • PREFIX -- where to install generated script, defaults to /usr/local
  • HOOKSDIR -- where to install githooks, defaults to <PREFIX>/share/aurpublish

#How it works

Commit PKGBUILDs in named subdirectories. Export them to the AUR with the aurpublish command, using the subtree push stratagem. This preserves an independent history for third-party hosting, pull requests... ;)

#Commands

  • aurpublish setup

Initialize a new repository with githooks.

  • aurpublish PACKAGE

Push PACKAGE to the AUR. With "--speedup", merges the split history back in.

  • aurpublish -p PACKAGE

Pull package from the AUR (if you adopted an existing package, or have a co-maintainer).

  • aurpublish log PACKAGE

View the git log of a package subtree.

  • import-from-aur3.sh PACKAGE

Experimental. Download the history of a non-migrated AUR3 package, and commit it to a new subtree.

#Hooks

  • pre-commit

Warn about whitespace errors, fail if checksums don't match, and auto-generate .SRCINFO for all changed PKGBUILDs.

  • prepare-commit-msg

Prefill the commit message with a list of added/updated/deleted packages + versions (if any).

This repository is licensed under the GPLv2 or (at your option) any later version.