martin at kopta.eu
Sat Aug 28 19:06:49 UTC 2010
I tried CRUX this morning and I spent whole day plaing with it. I am using
Archlinux for about five years, but I must admit, CRUX is even simpler and more
straightforward. Do like.
However, I missed some packages, so I made them.
abook.tar - address book for mutt
tree.tar - simple hierarchy listing
webkit.tar - rendering library, I needed that for 'surf' from suckless.org
enchant.tar - needed by webkit (spellchecker from abiword)
libsoup.tar - needed by webkit (gnome http thingy)
icu.tar - needed by webkit
Also, I found few packages that won't build right now. I made two patches.
gnupg.footprint.patch - seems like upstream "invisible" change
w3m.Pkgfile.patch - common problem with SF
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