[packman] fpc (and further ?) packages linkin from api.opensuse.org ?
adrian at suse.de
Wed Nov 25 10:28:15 CET 2009
Am Mittwoch, 25. November 2009 10:21:35 schrieb Toni:
> Am Mittwoch, 25. November 2009 schrieb Adrian Schröter:
> > Am Mittwoch, 25. November 2009 09:05:39 schrieb Toni:
> > Okay, you could just create a _link file in your packaman package
> > pointing to project="openSUSE.org:devel:languages:pascal" package="fpc".
> > So you have always the lasted source building in packman.
> > And if you tell me your user account in build.opensuse.org, I will add
> > you to the project there, so you could directly work there.
> my user account should be oc2pus, but I never used it since I joined the
> packman team.
You have been added to devel:languages:pascal .
> > > > Are there other packages where such a setup would make sense ?
> > >
> > > lazarus, the IDE for fpc would than make sense too
> so lazarus will move too ?
I just copied it over as well.
> > > This leads to the question, why not linking parts of the
> > > packman-repsitory to build.opensuse.org ?
> > This is a policy and legal question. By policy we defined our instance as
> > root, so we don't create projects with remote instances (or using the DoD
> > feature) there at all.
> > On the legal side we would have special problems with the packman
> > instance I think.
> we are not the "bad" boys ....
Hey, I never said this :) It is just two different points of legal view.
And it is different for a company than for a non-profit or even research
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