Package Details: tmux-mem-cpu-load-git 2.2.1.r3.g660481f-2

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/tmux-mem-cpu-load-git.git (read-only)
Package Base: tmux-mem-cpu-load-git
Description: CPU, RAM memory, and load monitor for use with tmux
Upstream URL: https://github.com/thewtex/tmux-mem-cpu-load
Licenses: Apache
Submitter: dlin
Maintainer: dlin
Last Packager: dlin
Votes: 14
Popularity: 0.506217
First Submitted: 2013-02-19 00:39
Last Updated: 2015-06-13 03:37

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dlin commented on 2014-12-03 10:16

I open a discuss on https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Talk:Arch_packaging_standards

I wish to keep more arch on arch variable.
That will keep the status to let other people know it is workable on such arch.

willemw commented on 2014-12-03 09:37

From the AUR home page https://aur.archlinux.org/ : "Contributed PKGBUILDs must conform to the Arch Packaging Standards otherwise they will be deleted! "

This refers to the link I mention in my previous comment (see: only 'i686', 'x86_64' and 'any'), so they make it clear enough.

For example, archlinuxarm did mention using "yaourt -A" in one of their installation pages/wikis, which is the correct way to do it, otherwise you have to add 'sh4', etc. to a lot of PKGBUILD files. They have removed "yaourt -A", probably to make documentation general and clean.

I am not really bothered if 'sh4' stays in arch=(), it just currently doesn't belong in a clean AUR PKGBUILD file. That's just my opinion.

cippaciong commented on 2014-12-03 09:14

@willemw: I'm not sure you are totally right on this. I had your same idea until some time ago when I made some research on the BBS. It seems that since AUR is 100% user supported you could put in arch any architecture you want.
https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=153431

willemw commented on 2014-12-02 09:32

The rule for "arch=()":
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Arch_packaging_standards#Architectures (only 'i686', 'x86_64' and 'any').

It's only a very minor issue, however Arch Linux and the AUR only support 'i686' and 'x86_64' architectures. Most of the packages you can build for other architectures (see for example http://archlinuxarm.org/), however the PKGBUILD files don't include these additional architectures in "arch=()".

(I may decide to leave my comments here. I don't like to alter comment history.)

dlin commented on 2014-12-01 20:37

Please remove old comment or fixed issues to keep AUR clean.

2014/12/01 2.2.1.r3-2 add gcc-libs back, use install instead of mkdir
2014/12/01 2.2.1.r3 remove 'v' in version and depends
2013/08/18 v2.2.1-1 use pacman 4.1 method to pull git source, added pkgver()

For willemw.
1. There is no rule to only use i686,x86_64,any. sh4 is workable arch which I've tested.
2. gcc-libs is required for 'namcap' happy.

willemw commented on 2014-12-01 08:14

Only 'i686', 'x86_64' (and 'any') are allowed in 'arch=' in the AUR. For compiling on other archs one can use the -A or --ignorearch option (see 'man makepkg') or a similar option.

Note: 'install -Dm755 ...' is (slightly) preferred to using 'mkdir and 'cp'.

dlin commented on 2014-12-01 02:20

Please remove old comment or fixed issues to keep AUR clean.

2014/12/01 2.2.1.r3 remove 'v' in version and depends
2013/08/18 v2.2.1-1 use pacman 4.1 method to pull git source, added pkgver()

willemw commented on 2014-11-29 15:07

Sorry, not out-of-date. The 'v' in the version should be removed. Arch 'sh4' should be removed. (You can also use 'install' instead of 'mkdir' and 'cp'.)

dvzrv commented on 2014-05-12 23:00

I think gcc-libs as Dependency is not required, because it's in Core group.

On top... I have this weird issue with the display of the RAM when using this package (only in recent kernel versions, 3.12.5 seems not to be affected). It shows the used RAM in very high amounts (of possibly not MB).
When I compile the bin myself and use it in my local bin folder, it works fine... very strange.
Anyone else experiencing this?

dlin commented on 2013-08-18 12:00

Please remove old comment or fixed issues to keep AUR clean.

2013/08/18 v2.2.1-1 use pacman 4.1 method to pull git source, added pkgver()

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