Informations on how create theme packs compatible with my script.
A basic knowledge on how to use the Linux terminal and compile rpm’s.
Icons, fonts, sounds
Read the page relative to the theme part you’re creating, then come back here.
Open the .spec file and edit these lines:
Name: the name used in the system to identify your package.
Version: the version of the package.
Release: the issue of the version.
Summary: an intellegible name for your package.
Vendor: your name/nickname.
Packager: your name/nickname and email (optional).
URL: your blog/website (optional).
description: description for your package.
changelog: the changelog of your package. Notes
The name of the package must start with
harbour-themepack- e.g. harbour-themepack-mypackage. The file
package contains the intelligible name of your icon pack e.g. My theme pack. Keep it on one line. Building
This guide was useful to me to get started.
As a theme pack is a bunch of icons and fonts, it makes sense to make it architecture agnostic. To do so, append modify the rpmbuild syntax as follows:
rpmbuild --bb --target noarch PATHOFTHESPECFILE/harbour-themepack-mypackage.spec
You are ready to build the package and publish it! The preferred method is on
openrepos.net. Don’t forget to add as a notice to enable my
repository and have at least Theme pack support 0.0.5
installed, otherwise it won’t work!