My personal package overlay for apk(8)-based distributions. Mainly meant for use with Alpine Linux.
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experimental If ignorance were cornflakes, you'd be General Mills. 3 months ago
fonts Initial commit after reorganization of the repository 3 months ago
graphical If ignorance were cornflakes, you'd be General Mills. 3 months ago
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README.md Initial commit after reorganization of the repository 3 months ago
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config.mk Fortran est; non potest legi. 3 months ago

README.md

About this repository

  • This is my collection of APKBUILDs for Alpine and/or other apk(8)-based distros.
  • Originally meant to be an overlay for Alpine, and for a personal side project of mine.

Package trees

  • core
    • Console-based programs
  • experimental
    • Testing packages, and possibly incomplete
  • fonts
    • Fonts for use with graphics-based programs
  • graphical
    • Graphics-based programs
  • libraries
    • self-explanatory
  • unstable
    • Packages that may or may not work

Tools used for building packages

  • aports-build
    • a boring approach for building Alpine packages, written in posix sh
  • config.mk/Makefile
    • mainly a wrapper to the above script to achieve automation, in a strange way.