On Jun 5, 2005, at 8:15 AM, Kenneth Hayber wrote:
> On Jun 5, 2005, at 4:52 AM, Thomas Leonard wrote:
>> I've rewritten the injector packager's guide as a tutorial, using Ken
>> Hayber's Find utility as the example.
>> Feedback welcome.
> OK, I'll be the guinea pig :)
> If I do this, will 0install users be able to run my stuff? Or is this
> a different system?
> In the Find.xml file, does the uri actually have to exist, or is it
> just a unique name? For example, if I use
> http://www.hayber.us/rox/Find this is currently the location of Find's
> web page. Should I use something like
> http://www.hayber.us/0install/Find instead?
> Can I just put the 0install manifest.py file in my ~/.local/bin dir
> and run it from there, or do I need to install other parts of 0install
> to run it? (I do not use any of 0install and don't intend to, but
> want to support those that do...)
> http://www.hayber.us is running on my personal desktop system on a cable
> connection. Would it be better to host these things on a more robust
I gave it a shot. Does someone care to test it out for me?
I put things in http://www.hayber.us/0install
So Find is at http://www.hayber.us/0install/Find. I took a guess that
the gpg filename is the DSA key (???) I put versions 004 and 003 in
there as 'buggy' cuz they were :)
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