[Slackbuilds-users] My -current scripts

Eugen Wissner belka at caraus.de
Mon May 3 20:37:00 UTC 2021

I've just pushed the hhvm update to the latest LTS release to my branch.
php-apcu builds and works on current; I'll push an update after the
Slackware release.


On Sat, Apr 17, 2021 at 08:18:37AM +0200, Eugen Wissner wrote:
> Hi,
> I would like to ask to remove the following SlackBuilds:
> - gcc-d: Part of Slackware current
> - gkrellm-volume: The home page and download link are dead, I'm not sure
>   if this software still exists
> - oniguruma: In Slackware current
> - opendbx: It builds on current, but opendbx doesn't seem to be active,
>   the last release was in 2012 and nothing depends on it.
> - tanya: It is my own development; I wasn't working on it a lot in the
>   last time and I'm not sure I will. Anyway it is not the best way to
>   build D dependencies.
> I don't use the following SlackBuilds anymore. I will maintain them if
> someone needs them, but it would be great if they can be removed or find
> a new maintainer who can update them on a regular basis:
> - ioncube-loader: It probably builds on current, but it won't work
>   since it should be updated for PHP 7.
> - psi
> - universal-ctags: Language servers replaced this one in the most cases
> The following scripts work on current:
> - composer
> - d-tools
> - dmd
> I'll try to update php-apcu and hhvm next week.
> On my production server with Slackware current I have modified versions
> of the following scripts:
> - colm
> - dovecot-pigeonhole
> - hyperscan
> - php-pgsql
> - ragel
> The reason I have them is that I couldn't build them at some point.
> Maybe I'm just ignorant and some problems where already fixed. Just for
> the case some of the maintainers struggle with an update, clone
> git://caraus.tech/pub/slackbuilder.git and look into private/ directory.
> Here is the web view:
> https://www.caraus.tech/projects/pub-slackbuilds/repository/26/revisions/master/show/private
> I have dovecot-pgsql and postfix-pgsql there if someone uses dovecot and
> postfix with PostgreSQL since the SBo's scripts support PostgreSQL, but
> the slackware's ones don't.
> Eugen
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