Package Details: concourse v3.5.0-1

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Package Base: concourse
Description: Concourse is a pipeline-based CI system written in Go.
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Licenses: Apache
Provides: concourse
Submitter: bramswenson
Maintainer: dvzrv
Last Packager: bramswenson
Votes: 2
Popularity: 0.000113
First Submitted: 2017-03-08 08:58
Last Updated: 2017-09-29 23:29

Dependencies (1)

  • linux-userns

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Sources (1)

Latest Comments

pancho commented on 2018-05-02 18:53

TODO: This package should build from source, since we have the -bin package which installs from upstream binary release.

I'll merge the build machinery from the -git package when I get the chance.

@anigeo: Sorry to keep you waiting... I'll try to check that it indeed works fine with the default kernel, now that USERNS is enabled by default. Can't commit to a specific date, though.

anigeo commented on 2018-01-02 04:31

I'm maintainer of linux-userns AUR package, as Archlinux Kernel supports user namespaces since 4.14.4-2, would you test if the ARCH kernel works with your package?

pancho commented on 2017-10-01 06:36

Hi, @branswenson!
Count me in to inherit this repo, in order to make it build from source.

As for the build cycle, let me introduce you to our friendly neighbor spi^H^H^H updpkgsums, which will be a good lad and update the checksums automagically for us :-)


bramswenson commented on 2017-09-29 23:44

Hey @pancho, I reckon you reckon right. As such I've just updated to v3.5.0 and pushed the update here, then migrated to `concourse-bin`. I don't have a need for a compiled concourse at the moment. So I'll pass this repo on to a new maintainer should one come along. In the meantime I'll add you as a maintainer for the bin projects. I've created a script you can run to make new builds. Just change the version and sha512sum in `PKGBUILD` and then run `./build`, commit and push.

pancho commented on 2017-09-24 04:46


I reckon that these packages should be named concourse-bin, concourse-fly-bin instead, since they are binary packages and not built from source.

I would love to help maintain those, in case you would consider having a co-maintainer.