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Re: duprkit User Repository




Hi,

On Mon, Apr 08, 2019 at 03:31:21PM +0500, Andrey Rahmatullin wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 08, 2019 at 09:58:26AM +0000, Mo Zhou wrote:
> > AUR's PKGBUILD, Fedora/CentOS/RedHat's .spec, Gentoo's .ebuild,
> > all of them are single-file format. The advantages of single-file
> > format includes easy distribution, e.g. copying & pasting from
> > webpages (you cannot copy a directory from a webpage).
>
> This only works when you don't need patches.

The design of "duprkit" didn't forget patches at all.

There are many ways to apply apply patches:

1. Put separated patches to the Collection repository, as per the
   collection specification: https://github.com/dupr/DefaultCollection
   Then apply it manually in the header script of .durpkg .
   This is similar to what AUR does.

2. If one like, just fold the patches into the .durpkg, which may result
   in some extra lines in the .durpkg:

   ^ debian/patches/series
   foobar.patch
   ^ debian/patches/foobar.patch
   -foo bar
   +foobar

   And you may beed to change the source/format accordingly.

   The fact is, any plain file, as long as none of its lines starts with
   a single '^', could be folded into the .durpkg or the .f822 file.
   Detailed file format specification can be found in the code comments[1]

3. Fold the patches into .durpkg, but not in the quilt format.

   ^ some-working-directory/xxx.patch
   -foo bar
   +foobar

   The header script of .durpkg is able to use it.

4. may be more? ...

[1] https://github.com/dupr/duprkit/blob/master/bin/unfold