A while ago I made a new skin in acf-skins (called 'wik').
I tested it on my box and it looked ok.
I updated the Makefile on acf-skins by adding this:
Next thing you helped me by publishing this (tagging and updating the
APKBUILD) and it's not available on Alpine 2.2 (thanks for your help).
But now that I start up a fresh 2.2 I realize that the modification in
the Makefile (noted above) was incorrect.
It didn't include the folder that holds the images which breaks the
skin (making it look uggly).
So I did this:
But still I'm not able to test it all the way.
Could you please help me arranging so this update works as expected
and then making sure that it is included in next Alpine
Too bad that the skin looks bad :-/ sorry about that.
Is there a good way for me to test the "whole chain" without having to
push/tag things to git.a.o?
As I understand it now I have to do this to create a acf-skins.apk
that I can test:
* Make my modifications in the code
* Edit 'Makefile' bumping VERSION (and making other adjustments if needed)
* git commit . -m "Why I did my modiciations"
* git tag v0.4.1
* git push
* git push --tags
* Modify aports/main/acf-skins/APKBUILD (bumping pkgver)
* abuild checksum
At this point I have something to test to make sure it works.
Is there some easier way to make a real test of acf updates?
Received on Thu May 05 2011 - 09:26:58 UTC