[Slackbuilds-users] SBo: dbeaver new version

Antonio Hernández Blas hba.nihilismus at gmail.com
Sat Jan 6 16:03:07 UTC 2018

Hi Rich.

Two years ago I stopped being an Slackware user and I'm not maintaining
any SlackBuild since then so feel free to be dbeaver's maintainer ;-)

- Cheers

On Thu, Jan 4, 2018 at 5:47 PM, Rich Shepard <rshepard at appl-ecosys.com>

> Antonio,
>   The SBo repository has version 3.5.8 and version 4.3.1 was released last
> month. I want to upgrade my community edition from 3.5.8 to 4.3.1 but the
> build script is not finding a file and directory that exist.
>   I modified the build script to build in /opt/ rather than /tmp/ because
> the former has more space. I also changed SRCNAM to dbeaver-ce from
> dbeaver-ee.
>   When I run the script (as root, of course) I get this result:
> dbeaver/plugins/org.w3c.dom.svg_1.1.0.v201011041433.jar
> dbeaver/readme.txt
> dbeaver/dbeaver
> cp: cannot stat '/opt/SBo/package-dbeaver/opt/dbeaver/readme.txt': No
> such file or directory
> cp: cannot stat '/opt/SBo/package-dbeaver/opt/dbeaver/licenses/*': No
> such file or directory
>   When I untar the source tarball I find the readme.txt file and the
> licenses/ directory in:
> /opt/slackbuilds/Databases/dbeaver/dbeaver]$ ls
> artifacts.xml   dbeaver.desktop  features/  p2/
> configuration/  dbeaver.ini      icon.xpm   plugins/
> dbeaver*        dbeaver.png      licenses/  readme.txt
> which is an additional subdirectory below the top level one. I suppose I
> can
> move that entire subdirectory up one level. Is this what you'd recommend?
> Regards,
> Rich

Antonio Hernández Blas | Oaxaca, México, Mx.
https://github.com/nihilismus | https://bitbucket.org/nihilismus |
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