I haven’t really made the server backend yet.
@jcjordyn120 what do you mean with “P.O.C” ?? I have never seen this acronym before…
Could you explain what is it and how to use it ? Thanks.
Your blog is interesting too…
P.O.C = Proof of concept.
it’s like a POC aur for void. and you install packages like ./helper.py -i android-studio (for example).
Looks like good alternative to abandoned void-packages-bleeding-edge repo. But it will be better if you will add packages with release version to void-packages repository.
They don’t accept git packages, oh and I needed a place to host android-studio. (as I’m a android dev.)
I think, the better solution would be a script which converts PKGBUILD’s to Void templates.
After conversion you can check it, test it and add to Void repository.
No, we have quality standards.
@mocambo no, no… you will make Duncaen angry.
I’m joking, of course.
But seriously: I spent a lot of time digging through the g̶a̶r̶b̶a̶g̶e̶ AUR to find new programs to be proposed to Void, and from my little experience I can tell that convert PKGBUILD to template is quite easy, actually.
I don’t think we need a script to do that, just my opinion.
I’m not really sure what such a script would do anyway. You can already do a lot with xnew and sed if you know the version numbers and other metadata.