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- Nov 23 2016, 7:31 PM (174 w, 4 d)
Thu, Mar 5
I just caught this, as I'm not really using Solus anymore. But MultiMC hasn't really changed their admonition not to use this on a system level / system-wide in BUILD.md. Other distros not adhering to suggestions given probably shouldn't affect Solus' decision for quality reasons.
Mar 16 2018
Fair! Sorry for that then.. I was just having trouble figuring out what the fourth No refers to and who would use it and other elements, that's why I was commenting.
I don't think this exactly meets specifications of a package request. Please leave the template in your responses. Also, if it is not open source or licensed for distribution than Solus does not have permission to redistribute this.
Feb 12 2018
This still doesn't solve to the original problem I mentioned. This product is NOT MEANT to be a system wide product. How do you package a product that is unsupported in the configuration you are wanting to use it? This must install to system directories (or /opt) because that's how distribution package systems work generally, and this project is not supported by upstream if you do it that way.
Feb 3 2018
Feb 2 2018
Is there any update on this, as I am doing some personal projects with supercollider and sc3-plugins, and am curious if we're moving forward on this task. I think we'd want both supercollider and sc3-plugins. (And personally, I'd like if we can also get tidal cycles in there too as well as a new haskell stack refresh, but that's asking a lot in one ticket.)
May 3 2017
No problem @ikey , I was actually just looking at it to see if I could package a real world request :D Just to see if I could do it, when I came across that.
Just browsing around, I saw this on the multimc build instructions:
May 2 2017
Nov 27 2016
Okay, tested this out. Let me make sure I get the methodology correct before it's cleared though.
Nov 23 2016
This may be related to T1342 and really needs to be fixed. It produces a lot of broken products in SDL, which is bad for anything that doesn't come with its own runtime.