1. 21 Jun, 2022 2 commits
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  3. 10 Jun, 2022 2 commits
    • Levente Polyak's avatar
      archrelease: support subdirectories in package directories · ac222ae0
      Levente Polyak authored
      
      
      We need to support subdirectories for the `keys` directory used to
      distribute PGP keys alongside the packaging sources.
      
      This is achieved by using `svn ls` to list the files and directories
      in the packaging root and leverage the behavior of `svn copy` to
      consider subdirectories inside the root but only copy over files and
      directories under the subdirectory that are already tracked by svn.
      As a step in between, we now use `svn ls --recursive` to list all
      tracked svn files in the current repos directory and remove all tracked
      files in the staging area. Hence the `svn copy` in combination with the
      `svn rm` will result in a sync behavior from the packaging root to the
      repos directory.
      
      Signed-off-by: Levente Polyak's avatarLevente Polyak <anthraxx@archlinux.org>
      ac222ae0
    • Allan McRae's avatar
      Add x86_64_v3 builders · cde012d2
      Allan McRae authored and Levente Polyak's avatar Levente Polyak committed
      
      
      Signed-off-by: Allan McRae's avatarAllan McRae <allan@archlinux.org>
      cde012d2
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    • Evangelos Foutras's avatar
      makepkg.conf: set LTOFLAGS="-flto=auto" · 74164e34
      Evangelos Foutras authored
      For use with pacman 6.0.1-4 which backports support for LTOFLAGS in
      order to speed up builds that use gcc as the compiler. This is less
      useful when clang is used, though a hack would be to specify in the
      PKGBUILD `LTOFLAGS="-flto=thin"` (outside of any function).
      74164e34
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  11. 31 Jan, 2022 1 commit
    • Evangelos Foutras's avatar
      makepkg.conf: drop -fvar-tracking-assignments flag · 065c00ad
      Evangelos Foutras authored
      According to gcc(1), this flag (like -fvar-tracking) is enabled by
      default when compiling with optimization and debugging information.
      
      As an additional benefit, packages building with the clang compiler
      will work with the default flags without having to remove this flag
      due to not being recognized by clang.
      065c00ad
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