Added init/default scripts to start up pypiserver via init.d on ubuntu #8

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lowks commented Jun 21, 2012

nuff said

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Merge pull request #8 from lowks/master
Added init/default scripts to start up pypiserver via init.d on ubuntu

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Thanks!

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schmir commented Jun 21, 2012

Thanks!

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We are also using pypiserver at our organisation. Can we contribute to it ?

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We are also using pypiserver at our organisation. Can we contribute to it ?

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sure, you just did.

do you have any plans?

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schmir commented Jun 21, 2012

sure, you just did.

do you have any plans?

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Yeah we were writing our own called inupypi and probably merge some ideas
from there, for example like using pkgtool to get the package metadata ?

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sure, you just did.

do you have any plans?


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Yeah we were writing our own called inupypi and probably merge some ideas
from there, for example like using pkgtool to get the package metadata ?

On Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 4:39 PM, Ralf Schmitt <
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wrote:

sure, you just did.

do you have any plans?


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