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Daniel Stenberg 67a83c1b34 David Shaw finally removed all traces of Gopher and we are now officially 17 years ago
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DOS Added option for using C-ares and libidn. 19 years ago
EPM Markus F.X.J. Oberhumer's cvsignore fixes 21 years ago
Linux David Shaw finally removed all traces of Gopher and we are now officially 17 years ago
NetWare added some lines to fetch ares version. 19 years ago
Solaris things to ignore 21 years ago
Win32 David Shaw finally removed all traces of Gopher and we are now officially 17 years ago
vms removed defunct email address 17 years ago
.cvsignore things to ignore 21 years ago
Makefile.am Gnter Knauf's NetWare changes. 19 years ago
README new package related file 23 years ago

README

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PACKAGES

This directory and all its subdirectories are for special package
information, template, scripts and docs. The files herein should be of use for
those of you who want to package curl in a binary or source format using one
of those custom formats.

The hierarchy for these directories is something like this:

packages/[OS]/[FORMAT]/

Currently, we have Win32 and Linux for [OS]. There might be different formats
for the same OS so for Linux we have RPM as format.

We might need to add some differentiation for CPU as well, as there is
Linux-RPMs for several CPUs. However, it might not be necessary since the
packaging should be pretty much the same no matter what CPU that is used.

For each unique OS-FORMAT pair, there's a directory to "fill"! I'd like to
see a single README with as much details as possible, and then I'd like some
template files for the package process.