[Slackbuilds-users] Which jack?
didier at slint.fr
Mon Dec 24 20:18:29 UTC 2018
PS: this would help also for case like portaudio or speech-dispatcher
for instance, as they need the support of at least an audio backend, but
can safely be built with several ones.
So for espeak.info the REQUIRES line could include:
And for speech-dispatcher.info:
Maybe in these cases this is an overkill, as oss, alsa and pulse are
included in a full Slackware installation (at least either alsa or
pulse in Slackware-current) and thus maybe should not be mentioned in
the REQUIRES line, but you get the idea.
These examples also illustrate that the vertical line should mean "or",
On 24/12/2018 19:55, Klaatu wrote:
> I quite like this idea.
> On 24 December 2018 10:41:47 PM NZDT, Didier Spaier <didier at slint.fr> wrote:
>> Why not write in <package>.info:
>> REQUIRES="<some deps> jack1|jack2 <other deps>"
>> A similar syntax is used since ages by slapt-get & friends, just using
>> comma instead of space as token delimiter.
>> I doesn't matter that the vertical line be surrounded by spaces or not,
>> as sbopkg & friends could remove them with:
>> sed '/REQUIRES/s@[[:space:]]*|[[:space:]]*@|@g' <package>.info
>> or something like that.
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