Package Details: ttf-fork-awesome 1.2.0-2

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Package Base: fork-awesome
Description: Fork of the iconic Font Awesome font and CSS toolkit
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Keywords: awesome font
Licenses: MIT, CCPL, OFL
Submitter: xuv
Maintainer: PinkCathodeCat
Last Packager: PinkCathodeCat
Votes: 3
Popularity: 0.000001
First Submitted: 2018-10-08 15:48 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2021-09-25 07:40 (UTC)

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xuv commented on 2020-02-02 12:57 (UTC)

@Rodolpheh: Thx for this. Will look into it.

rodolpheh commented on 2020-01-29 16:18 (UTC)

@cafehaine : it seems that a named package functions will set the prompt directly in the src folder. But you were right in that the package function was never called because its name didn't matched the pkgname.

@juego : you forgot a few typos when copying from ttf-font-awesome-4

Anyway, here is a corrected PKGBUILD :

cafehaine commented on 2019-03-20 10:47 (UTC)

Sorry didn't see your reply,

You don't a "named" package functions, a single one called "package" would do just fine.

Also, it does not install any file on the system, as you can see yourself by running the command "pacman -Qlq ttf-fork-awesome"

This is probably caused by the package function having an invalid/incorrect name. I'm not really sure how PKGBUILD handling multiple packages work, but you don't need one here.

xuv commented on 2019-03-09 22:16 (UTC)

@cafehaine: What do you mean: "Does not install anything"? I've copied the same set of instruction as the Font-Awesome package for example: Is there something I'm missing?

Also, please clarify what you mean by 'weird'. Would happily fix it.

cafehaine commented on 2019-03-08 07:56 (UTC)

Your package doesn't install anything, also your PKGBUILD structure looks weird.

$[ 0 ] 08:55      ~     > pacman -Ql ttf-fork-awesome $[ 0 ] 08:55      ~     >