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New Package: 0ad-0.0.21 #5102

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Hoshpak commented Nov 1, 2016

requested in #2066, also contains gloox as build dependency.

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Hoshpak commented Nov 2, 2016

Again a travis failure:

It seems that building the big -data package uses too much RAM for xbps-create so travis kills the process. I don't think there is anything I could do about it, the packages build fine locally (and probably also will on the build server which should have more available RAM than a travis container).

@Hoshpak Hoshpak changed the title New Package: 0ad-0.0.20 New Package: 0ad-0.0.21 Nov 11, 2016

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CherryMan commented Aug 11, 2017

Why was this closed?

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Hoshpak commented Aug 12, 2017

I usually close PRs that aren't being merged after some time. In this spefic case I don't think the template will ever meet the quality standards to be included in the main repository since the build system is a mess, it includes a lot of bundled third-party libraries and won't cross-compile.

If you are interested in using the template to build 0ad yourself or improve on the template, I currently maintain it in my private fork of void-packages at https://git.cyber-everything.de/Hoshpak/void-packages/src/unmerged-changes/srcpkgs/0ad . I haven't updated the template to Alpha 22 but will do so within the next 2-3 days.

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