Am 1.9.2013 19:58, schrieb Martin Stiborský: 

> Hi guys, 
> I'd like to ask you for a little help, small introduction into how it works 
> in VDR development. 
> My goal: I'd like to have latest VDR on my RaspberyPi, I have there Archlinux 
> ARM installed, so it will be maybe a little bit more complicated, than just 
> upgrading already existing 1.x debian package, which you can use on Raspbian. 
> You know, previously I had Raspbian on the RasPi and installing and 
> configuring VDR was really simple. 
> There was webinterface and streaming to my workstation with VLC as a client 
> was working out-of-box (I have right now only DVB-T USB dongle). 
> As far as I know there is only 1.x deb package now. 
> I'd like to create similar package for Archlinux (PKGBUILD). 
> I'll definitelly use already existing debian package as a starting point for 
> my work.

That's definitely the wrong attempt. You can't use debian packages as
starting point for Arch Linux packages. 

Maybe you want to contribute to vdr4arch --> [8] 

> There are also already some projects existing on that matter: 
> [1] 
> [2] 
> (I'm quite confused why there is already existing AUR PKGBUILD and also 
> another project for the same purpose, Wiki is saying that the other project 
> should be used instead of AUR package, really don't know why 
> [3])

ArchVDR is not up-to-date and it doesn't take care of the rules in
Arch's DeveloperWiki. 
AUR is the most chaotic place you which exists in the Arch world. Most
of the PKGBUILDs there are in very bad condition. 

> Now I need to get idea about the VDR project in general. 
> For example, I was not able to find some code repository with your code...are 
> you using git, hg or svn? Is the repository publicly accessible? 
> Maybe this? [4] 
> I have found also this: [5] But VDR is not there, 
> although there is a lot of links and information about VDR. 
> What is the main place for "dev" informations? Is it this wiki? 
> [6] 
> Btw, what about to put such information on your homepage ( 
> [7]) ? 
> Maybe even consider Github as a VDR development home, that would be awesome 
> :) But that's completely your things how to keep you project running.

There's no publicly accessible GIT/HG repository for VDR, but you have
the choice between stable versions (2.0.3) and developer versions

Christopher Reimer 

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