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aptly - Debian repository management toolProject mention: About nautilus-typeahead | /r/debian | 2023-06-02
You should ask in the upstream bug tracker (is it this one? https://github.com/lubomir-brindza/nautilus-typeahead). First step is to get it to build for Debian manually/locally - i.e. patch the official nautilus Debian package. Then it's easy to setup a personal APT repository with aptly
Linux User REpositoryProject mention: LURE Version 0.0.7 released. First beta version! | /r/linux_user_repository | 2023-01-31
Version 0.0.7 of LURE, a distro-agnostic AUR-like build system, has just been released. It's available at https://gitea.arsenm.dev/Arsen6331/lure/releases/tag/v0.0.7. Github mirror at https://github.com/Arsen6331/lure.
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Automated deb, rpm and pkgbuild build systemProject mention: pacur: Automated deb, rpm and pkgbuild build system | /r/linux | 2023-04-21
A CUE-based framework for portable, evolvable schemaProject mention: GraphQL is a hot smoking pile of garbage | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-08-26
What is this 2 releases per feature you speak of. Can feature flags solve this?
or maybe Thema (in time) https://github.com/grafana/thema
Easily bump $pkgver in your AUR packages. (by bcyran)Project mention: [OC] bumper - tool for quick automated bumping of $pkgver in AUR packages | /r/archlinux | 2023-02-05
Hi guys, some time ago I decided that bumping $pkgver every time I release a new version of one of my packages is pretty repetitive and boring. So I did what every sane dev would do: instead of doing it manually in 50 seconds I spent 50 hours writing a program which will do it for me: https://github.com/bcyran/bumper.
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