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This describes why there are stages: https://blog.fikesfarm.com/posts/2016-02-03-planck-macros-aot.html
ok, I decide to build from source. since the one on AUR is not the lastest version. thanks for the help!
I don't know how AUR works. With Homebrew, for example, anyone can update the formula to the latest.
There isn't really anything kernel-specific in Planck... it is fairly portable code FWIW.
I was wondering if I can upload binary to AUR, current orphans repo is building from source.
I know that PPA's insist on being built from source on the Ubuntu build boxes. That way things are a bit more secure / inspectable / reproducible, etc. Taking a binary from someone brings in lots of issues 🙂
There is a "Flag package out-of-date" link on the AUR page. Maybe you can poke the maintainer that way. 🙂
but a lot things on AUR usually have two version.
~ » yaourt planck 1 aur/planck 2.19.0-1 (3) (0.07) A stand-alone ClojureScript REPL 2 aur/planck-git r1579.47b9eec-1 (2) (0.00) A stand-alone ClojureScript REPL
@doglooksgood FWIW, I just built Planck on ArchLinux
2019.04.05 and it passes all tests. ✅
Since these take so long to build, maybe I'll put binaries for a few popular OSs up on the Planck REPL website.
Cool. @doglooksgood I think I'll put together a "binary downloads" page with prebuilt binaries. That might be usefult.
rebel-readline-cljs will be used in the next release of planck. see the issue on github:star-struck: