Tomas Bodzar <tomas.bodzar%gmail.com@localhost> writes: > Hi all, > > so I was able with help of marco@ to get scrotwm-0.9.34 snapshot > compile and running. Not so much changes needed: > > 1) change DISTNAME in Makefile > 2) change MASTER_SITES in Makefile > 3) remove unneeded patch-ac from patches/ > 4) add -lXtst flag to gcc > > for HEAD of scrotwm there is a need for more changes like in scrotwm.c > and don't know how to instruct pkgsrc to download from git (have > issues with 2) as well because of that because it looks in mirrors and > not MASTER_SITE). For software in git, the approaches are 1) Ask upstream to make actual releases. 2) In pkgsrc-wip, see mk/git-package.mk 3) make your own tarballs if (1) fails > Reading pkgsrc guide to try prepare correct package as actual version > is quite hackish. Is there someone who can help me with that? It's my > first try to create some package. I would suggest getting access to pkgsrc-wip (just send me or wiz%netbsd.org@localhost your sourceforge username), and working there. It makes it easier for others to look at what you've done.
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