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Use Open Build Service to provide GNU/Linux binary repositories #499

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fdelapena opened this Issue Jun 9, 2015 · 4 comments

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fdelapena commented Jun 9, 2015

The Open Build Service is a service provided by openSUSE to build automatically packages and repositories. This makes easy to deploy packages for multiple GNU/Linux distributions automatically.

We could use the existing OBS instance provided by opensuse.org or host our own. Because there are lots of distributions and architectures, we could consider using the existing at opensuse.org.

This will bring automated apt repositories for Debian, Ubuntu and such; yum repositories for fedora, etc.

  • Create liblcf.spec and easyrpg-player.spec files for RPM based distributions.
  • Create liblcf.dsc and easyrpg-player.dsc and other Debian control files for DEB based distributions.

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@Ghabry Ghabry modified the milestones: 0.3.1, 0.4, 0.4.1 Sep 6, 2015

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carstene1ns commented Jan 7, 2016

This is W.I.P. in obs-config repository.

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Ghabry commented Feb 19, 2016

Is this resolved?

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fdelapena commented Feb 19, 2016

carstene1ns wanted to fix the debian 7 package yet, check the table in the obs-config readme.

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carstene1ns commented Feb 19, 2016

Well, i think this issue here can be closed as there are working packages yet.

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