[Slackbuilds-users] sbopkg alpha and slackware current
mauro.giachero at gmail.com
Wed Jul 29 08:59:25 UTC 2009
On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 2:57 AM, stormtracknole <stormtracknole at gmail.com>wrote:
> After many years, I finally made the switch to Slackware Current. I enjoy
> the stability of Slackware itself, but I do enjoy tweaking stuff. So, of to
> Current I go. So, my question now is, is there a way to test the latest
> sbopkg (alpha) with Slackware current?
Sbopkg itself works just fine in -current. However I must point out that the
latest sbopkg release is the beta:
Since that release there has been a bugfix (see r685) + some minor
improvements, so you may want to use the latest SVN version instead.
Or can I build slackbuild packages with version 12.2?
I assume you're on 32 bit.
Most (but not all) SBo scripts work just fine on -current, so you can use
the 12.2 repository. Watch out for SBo packages that made their way to
-current, though (qt4, swig and subversion-bindings come to my mind, but
there are many others).
> Not sure if I asked this in the correct list. Not sure if this will fall
> under slackbuilds development or sbopkg. Thanks ahead of time!
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