= AG Proiects Debian and Ubuntu Linux repositories =
Install AG Projects software signing key:
```sudo curl -o /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/agp-debian-key.gpg http://download.ag-projects.com/agp-debian-key.gpg```
If you don't have Curl:
```sudo wget -O /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/agp-debian-key.gpg http://download.ag-projects.com/agp-debian-key.gpg```
Depending on your Linux OS version add the following lines to `/etc/apt/sources.list`:
== Debian ==
deb http://ag-projects.com/debian unstable main
deb-src http://ag-projects.com/debian unstable main
Debian stable (Buster 10):
deb http://ag-projects.com/debian buster main
deb-src http://ag-projects.com/debian buster main
Debian previous stable (Strech 9):
deb http://ag-projects.com/debian stretch main
deb-src http://ag-projects.com/debian stretch main
== Ubuntu ==
Ubuntu Focal (20.04):
deb http://ag-projects.com/ubuntu focal main
deb-src http://ag-projects.com/ubuntu focal main
Ubuntu Bionic Beaver (18.04):
deb http://ag-projects.com/ubuntu bionic main
deb-src http://ag-projects.com/ubuntu bionic main
deb http://ag-projects.com/raspbian unstable main
deb-src http://ag-projects.com/raspbian unstable main
Raspbian Stable (Buster 10):
deb http://ag-projects.com/raspbian buster main
deb-src http://ag-projects.com/raspbian buster main
To install or upgrade a software package:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install package_name
Replace `package_name` with the name of the software package.
= Tar Archives =
Some packages are available as tar archives:
= Version Controlled Repositories =
== Darcs ==
AG Projects manages its software versions using **darcs** version control tool. The repositories can be fetched with:
darcs clone http://devel.ag-projects.com/repositories/PACKAGE_NAME
Replace PACKAGE_NAME with the name of the software package. To obtain the incremental changes after the initial get run:
darcs pull -a
== Github ==
All darcs repositories are mirrored read-only to https://github.com/AGProjects
Github pull requests are not processed.
If you want to help us fixing a bug that you found or if you want to contribute with a new feature you must be familiar with the darcs version control system from http://darcs.net
First make sure you are using the latest version by doing a darcs pull. Then record your changes using darcs record.
Follow the following guidelines for recording your changes:
* Keep a patch name under 80 characters, so that a darcs changes in a 80 char console is consistent and readable. If you need to write more than that, use --edit-long-comment or do not specify -m "patch name" and it will automatically ask for a patch name and a long comment.
* Keep the long comment inside the 80 char frame. When you add a long comment, you have the patch name on the first line. After that, leave an empty line and then add the long comment starting from the 1st column. If you need to add bulleted entries in the long comment, use a dash (-) not an asterisk (*), to avoid confusion with the asterisk darcs places before every patch name.
* Record separate patches for each distinct changes you make. Do not mix different changes in a single record.
* Use darcs replace to rename tokens if possible instead of using a search and replace in your editor. It correctly handles cases where someone else still kept using the old name (it will automatically rename this uses of the old name when he pull the darcs replace patch, which a simple token rename done by the editor and recorded as a standard diff will never do, requiring further patches to rename the old tokens that the other developer added in his code while you were doing the renaming).
Finally, notify us on the SIP Beyond VoIP mailing list. After approval submit the patch using:
darcs send --to firstname.lastname@example.org
All python software packages can be installed in local user environment using:
```pip3 install -user .```
= Debian Package Building=
Some of the packages are ready to be packaged for Debian like distributions by using this procedure:
Check if there is a file called makedeb.sh. If there is run it, if not then continue with:
Create under each repository a clean distribution file:
python3 setup.py sdist
Go to the `./dist` directory and untar the file created at the step above.
Go to the newly created directory and type:
debuild -us -uc
The .deb and related files are built in the upper directory.