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@ -227,6 +227,8 @@ func buildPackage(ctx context.Context, script string, mgr manager.Manager) ([]st
if err != nil {
return nil, nil, err
}
} else {
log.Fatal("The package() function is required").Send()
}
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@ -204,4 +204,37 @@ The `pretrans` and `posttrans` scripts are only available in `.rpm` packages.
The rest of the scripts are available in all packages.
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## Functions
Any variables marked with `(*)` are required
All functions start in the `$srcdir` directory
### prepare
The `prepare()` function runs first. It is meant to prepare the sources for building and packaging. This is the function in which patches should be applied, for example, by the `patch` command, and where tools like `go generate` should be executed.
### build
The `build()` function is where the package is actually built. Use the same commands that would be used to manually compile the software. Often, this function is just one line:
```bash
build() {
make
}
```
### package (*)
The `package()` function is where the built files are placed into the directory that will be used by LURE to build the package.
Any files that should be installed on the filesystem should go in the `$pkgdir` directory in this function. For example, if you have a binary called `bin` that should be placed in `/usr/bin` and a config file called `bin.cfg` that should be placed in `/etc`, the `package()` function might look like this:
```bash
package() {
install -Dm755 bin ${pkgdir}/usr/bin/bin
install -Dm644 bin.cfg ${pkgdir}/etc/bin.cfg
}
```
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