An AUR helper (and library) in Python 3.
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|Author:||Chris Warrick <email@example.com>|
Building and installing AUR packages.
There are two ways to install PKGBUILDer:
- Get it from the AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/pkgbuilder/
- Add the PKGBUILDer unofficial repository: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Unofficial_user_repositories#pkgbuilder
After adding the repository, you need to run:
# pacman-key -r 5EAAEA16 # pacman-key --lsign 5EAAEA16 # pacman -Syyu
pkgbuilder is a command-line application. It takes various options and package names as arguments. The following options are needed for basic usage:
- -S to work in /tmp instead of the current directory
- -F to fetch packages instead of installing them
- -s to search for packages in the AUR
- -i to get info about an AUR package
- -u to upgrade all AUR packages on your system
PKGBUILDer also comes with pb, a wrapper that works with both pacman and the AUR.
For more information, refer to the -h command, the pkgbuilder(8) man page, or the online documentation at https://pkgbuilder.readthedocs.org/.
PKGBUILDer supports per-user configuration, in the file ~/.config/kwpolska/pkgbuilder/pkgbuilder.ini. It can also be configured on a per-usage basis via command-line arguments.
SECURITY AND EDITING PKGBUILDs
By default, PKGBUILDer strives to be the no-questions-asked package manager. This means that all packages are built immediately, without any confirmations. The behavior can be overridden with the --edit-pkgbuild command-line option, or with edit=pkgbuild=true in PKGBUILDer’s config file.
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