YOU need to update the SVN repository location NOW
As sourceforge forced all projects to a new platform, the old SVN repository doesn't accept any more write updates. Even if your aren't a developer (you only read our repository of spec-files), then you need to issue a command to relocate the SVN source on YOUR local files copy/checkout. Read here for the simple command you have to issue: change repository location 2013 If you do not update the repository location, you'll never get any files updated after mid of April 2013.
Welcome to the pkgbuild wiki.
pkgbuild is a tool for building Solaris SVR4 or IPS packages from RPM-like spec files.
pkgbuild is the de facto build system for porting software and creating new packages for Solaris 11 or OpenIndiana.
Installing pkgbuild gives end users access to software that isn't available in binary package repositories, in the form of packages which integrate properly into the system.
If you want to contribute to this wiki (it's easy!), please tell us your SourceForge ID.
Please carefully read the general rules for communication and collaboratively working on files in the SVN repositories ( ".spec" files)
You are probably interested in one of these topics:
Binary packages, ready built for immediate use as IPS package repository / publisher
End-Users may want to install ready built binary packages from http://sfe.opencsw.org/sfe (Solaris 11 X86 currently) or http://pkg.openindiana.org/sfe + http://pkg.openindiana.org/sfe-encumbered (OI 151a X86 currently)
NOTE: There are experimental package repositories with very frequent updates, directly from the build instances. To try those IPS repos on your own risk, read http://sfe.opencsw.org/ (repositories "localhosts11" and "localhostoi"). or
build the binary packages themselves (it's easy, trust me): Read on, the first few paragraphs of the developers section below show how _easy_ it actually is to use our build recipes:
Beginners read: Using pkgbuild on Oracle Solaris 11 or OpenIndiana <<-- use this if you are NEW to the build Environment and want to build/compile existing/new spec files
Patches for pkgbuild (enable pkgtool to e.g. find patches in subdirectories)
End users might find these guides helpful:
How to use the delivered Software: Usage and configuration tips for packages from SFE
(e.g. postfix+spamassassin, dovecot) - How to contribute to usage tips even if you don't write spec files on your own
Feel free to add or suggest additional topics.
You can contact the pkgbuild team at irc://freenode.net/#pkgbuild or on desktop-discuss at opensolaris dot org.