The inclusion of qmmp fixes T5356
Signed-off-by: Brian Urbina <email@example.com>
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Yes the release number should be 2.
You have to run make bump to do that and then make to build the package.
Then install the package in your PC to test it.
Later run make clean to delete the eopkg file from that folder.
To submit the package run git commit --ammend and arc diff.
I bumped the release number but then got a dependency error that the libvorbis release needed to be >= 12 and currently there's release 11 out there. I don't remember seeing this before and building with QMMP 1.3.6 gave the same error. What would be the cause of this dependency change? Is there a way to request a new release to be added for libvorbis?
You have to be in Unstable repository, if you want to do packaging.
sudo eopkg ar Solus https://mirrors.rit.edu/solus/packages/unstable/eopkg-index.xml.xz
Just do a normal update. Atm don't update. Always take a look at #Solus-Dev the IRC channel to see when it is not recommended to update.
Also check this page for some other info.
I attempted to continue the first work to update to the latest qmmp but for some reason I could not commit to D8150. When I did the arc diff it created this new one, D8649. I'd like to continue the first work but now that I created this new version, I'll have to figure out how to continue the first work and invalidate this one, to avoid confusion.
That is why you should pay attention to Solus Packaging Documentation to avoid issues like this when submitting a package. It is not that difficult. See how other people are doing their changes and ask for help in IRC channel for things that you don't understand.
About these D8649 and D8150 one of them should be abandoned.
I've read the documentation for building a package several times and watched the Solus videos where Josh goes through a patch as well so it was straightforward for me. My revisions worked fine until I was attempting to make updates after taking a break from updating my package where I don't know how to deal with issues with arc diff. I didn't utilize the IRC chat to ask for help so I will do this next time I come across issues. I really appreciate your help with everything. I do want to contribute and hope to be better with my patches. The Solus community is amazing :)