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From: Keith Marshall <keithmarshall@us...> - 2013-07-16 18:26:21
[No need to copy me privately; I will not discuss this off-list]
On 16/07/13 15:34, Sebastian Schuberth wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 4:32 PM, Thomas Braun
> <thomas.braun@...> wrote:
>>> I've also looked at the mgwport package's install script which uses
>>> make_etc_defaults to install mgwport.conf, but that also does not seem
>>> to be copied to /mingw/etc after installing the mgwport package.
>> Quoting from  line 627:
>>> NOTE: at present, these postinstall/preremove scripts are ineffective, as
>>> mingw-get has no facility for executing them. However, in anticipation of
>>> that feature, the ability of mgwport to generate appropriate bash fragments
>>> has been retained. However, it is likely that the scripting features of
>>> mingw-get will NOT support bash syntax; once the facility has been completed
>>> the corresponding mgwport implementation will be revisited.
>> So the scripts not working seems expected behaviour.
Except that, if you checked the mingw-get release notes, you would know
that pre-install, post-install, pre-remove, and post-install scripting
has been supported since the first of the 0.5 release series, which was
released in April 2012; as the above indicates, the scripting language
is not shell -- it is lua.
That said, I will not comment w.r.t. integration with mgwport; AFAIAC,
that is a dead horse. I've never liked it, I don't use it, I've never
endorsed it, and I don't support it. Chuck, who provided it, hasn't
been active here for several months; I've no idea what future plans, if
any, he has for maintaining it.
>> : http://gitorious.org/mgwport/mgwport/blobs/master/README
> Doh, thanks. I'll do it differently then for now.
I guess you're missing the lua scripting hooks, in your XML catalogue.
You'll need to show me that, if you'd like me to comment further; I will
not go searching in your tarballs for it.