|Subject:||Re: not tarred source file|
|Date:||Mon, 16 May 2016 13:02:30 +0200|
On 16/05/16 06:57, Ludovic Courtès wrote:
Catonano <address@hidden> skribis:
after having successfully packaged (locally) the Zenburn theme andIt’s OK if the ‘origin’ denotes a file that is not a tarball.
Smartparens, I am preparing the package for clojure-mode
But for the first time it happens that the downloaded source code is not
tarred so tar fails and so does the unpack phase.
How do I instruct the origin object not to attempt untarring my source ?
However, the build procedure will have to pay attention for that. For
instance, the default sequence of phases of ‘gnu-build-system’ includes
an ‘unpack’ phase, which is inappropriate here:
There are a couple of examples, e.g., paredit in emacs.scm. Most of
them use ‘trivial-build-system’, which requires explicitly writing the
If it is a single file then I believe it is as simple as deleting the unpack phase e.g. fasttree in bioinformatics.scm, I had thought it was still good practice not to use the trivial build system where possible as it omits some useful defaults.
Now, I could easily welcome Ludo's suggestion to use the trivial build system as I did with the Zenburn theme
But I'd like to understand.
If there's anyone wiling to inspect my clojure-mode recipe, I can paste it on pastebin or somewhere else.
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