[arch-haskell] Layout of ABS tree for Haskell packages?
magnus at therning.org
Tue Oct 12 06:50:46 EDT 2010
On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 11:41, Gour D. <gour at atmarama.net> wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Oct 2010 10:42:50 +0100
>>>>>>> "Magnus" == Magnus Therning <magnus at therning.org> wrote:
> Magnus> I've just downloaded all 1937 packages maintained by
> Magnus> arch-haskell on AUR, and I'm about to put them all in a git
> Magnus> repository. Before doing that I thought I'd ask if anyone has
> Magnus> suggestions on the directory hierarchy in that repo?
> What do you think about mimic the Hackage hierarchy?
It wouldn't be possible to mimic it completely since hackage allows
several categories for a single package. However, the packages in AUR
all have a single category (even though I'm not sure how they get
them), maybe we could use that.
> Magnus> The only criterion I can think of is that we'd probably would
> Magnus> want binary and source packages separated in some way.
> I agree with that. Binaries could go all in one bin directory (there
> is no binary category in Hackage ;) )
So maybe something like this?
> Magnus> Any thought or comments on this. I'm particularly interested in
> Magnus> comments from people who have experience with working with the
> Magnus> ABS-related tools.
> I don't have that, but when I was using Gentoo, its overlays were
> structured in a similar way.
Oh, don't worry about that comment of mine, *all* suggestions are
welcome. My knowledge of the ABS tools is *very* limited, so I don't
want to inadvertently come up with something that forces us to do a
lot more tool development that we want to.
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