makedeb


Introduction

Welcome

Installing

Release Types APT Repository makedeb Package Repository Docker

makedeb

PKGBUILD Syntax Distro/Architecture Specific Variables Differences from makepkg Comparisons to Other Tools

Using the MPR

Introduction Mist - The MPR CLI Installing Packages Uploading Packages Support Policy

Prebuilt-MPR

Introduction Getting Started Adding Packages

MPR User Guidelines

Marking Maintainers in a PKGBUILD Package Relationships Using Experimental makedeb Features

Support

Obtaining Support Community Events makedeb Team Ways to Support makedeb Reporting Security Vulnerabilities

Adding Packages



The Prebuilt-MPR only builds and updates a select group of packages. This is done for a few reasons:

  1. So the repository doesn’t get overloaded with package updates.
  2. So untrustworty, unpopular, or otherwise undesirable packages don’t get a PR to get added. In the scale of hundreds of packages, this reduces the amount of PRs that need to constantly be closed greatly.

If you want a package to be added then, you should submit a package request on GitHub for the package that you want added. You can submit a request for any package, even your own.