On Tue, Nov 28, 2017 at 10:52:46AM +0100, Igor Gnatenko wrote:
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On Tue, 2017-11-28 at 09:29 +0000, Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 27, 2017 at 06:38:50PM +0100, Igor Gnatenko wrote:
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> > * base100
> > https://github.com/AdamNiederer/base100
> > Encode things into Emoji.
> > Base💯 can represent any byte with a unique emoji symbol, therefore it ca
> > n represent binary data with zero printable overhead (see caveats for more
> > info).
> Hmm, it seems that those package are not yet available.
> I see that rust-base100 was built in koji, but it's not available in repos.
> Same for fd-find and exa... Not sure what's going on here.
[root@e22df69ecc1c /]# dnf install base100 fd-find ripgrep tokei --assumeno
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Package Arch Version Repository Size
base100 x86_64 0.4.1-1.fc28 rawhide 347 k
fd-find x86_64 6.0.0-3.fc28 rawhide 679 k
ripgrep x86_64 0.7.1-5.fc28 rawhide 936 k
tokei x86_64 6.1.2-4.fc28 rawhide 555 k
Install 4 Packages
Indeed, I think I was confused by the binary rpm name being different then
the srpm. It looks all good.
> Total download size: 2.5 M
> Installed size: 7.6 M
> Operation aborted.
> exa is not yet available seems because still not in compose, but should be
> there within few days (next compose).
> > On a related note: why is "exa" called "rust-exa"? The
"rust-" prefix seems
> > uncessary, for executables, since from the user's POV the implementation
> > language is just an implementation detail. For libraries it'd be different.
> > Same situation occurs with python programs, and the guidelines do _not_
> > prescribe python-dnf, but just dnf, etc. Is there any chance we could
> > drop the "rust-" prefix from user programs?
> We have "rust-" prefix for all packages coming from crates.io because
> can easily turn their packages to contain library too which would be kinda
> inconsistent without renaming whole package to contain prefix.
> But the good thing is that even sourcerpm is called `rust-exa`, binary rpm is
> named `exa`, so users will always do `dnf install exa` and it will work for
> them (and it will install `exa`, not `rust-exa` package).
> I hope this makes sense. If not, we would be happy to discuss it. Just open a
> ticket: https://pagure.io/fedora-rust/sig
> > Zbyszek
> - --
> - -Igor Gnatenko
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