[Slackbuilds-users] new pdksh package and slackbuild

Robby Workman rworkman at slackbuilds.org
Fri Apr 2 17:41:07 UTC 2010

On Fri, 2 Apr 2010 17:57:09 +0200
LEVAI Daniel <leva at ecentrum.hu> wrote:

> Thanks for the useful inputs. I think it will be for the best if I
> stick with OpenBSD's versioning; so mark each package with the OBSD
> release number in which it has first appeared, and append it with an
> update number.
> So now, when OBSD 4.7 has been tagged, the slackware package's name
> with the version number would be
> ksh-openbsd47-${ARCH}-${UPDATE_NUMBER}. The UPDATE_NUMBER would start
> with 1, and will just grow by one with each new update, which
> includes a new pack of updates from cvs HEAD. We will eventually
> reach the OBSD 4.8's freeze time, and when it'll be tagged, then
> we'll move to ksh-openbsd48-${ARCH}-1, and it will start again. How
> does this sound?

That sounds perfect.

> BTW, I was wondering if it is possible to specify mirrors for the
> source package in the .info file, if I will be to host it.

I'm not sure I understand the question.  If you need a place to
host the sources, I can probably help you out on that (but that
is only because I actually use pdksh some and it's relatively
small size tarball).

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