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sbt-native-packager - sbt Native Packager

  •    Scala

SBT native packager lets you build application packages in native formats. It offers different archetypes for common configurations, such as simple Java apps or server applications. Discussion/Questions: If you wish to ask questions about the native packager, we have a mailinglist and we're very active on Stack Overflow. You can either use the sbt tag or the sbt-native-packager tag. They also have far better search support for working around issues.

electron-builder - A complete solution to package and build a ready for distribution Electron app with “auto update” support out of the box

  •    TypeScript

A complete solution to package and build a ready for distribution Electron, Proton Native or Muon app for macOS, Windows and Linux with “auto update” support out of the box. See documentation on electron.build.

jdeb - This library provides an Ant task and a Maven plugin to create Debian packages from Java builds in a truly cross platform manner

  •    Java

This library provides an Ant task and a Maven plugin to create Debian packages from Java builds in a truly cross platform manner. Build your Debian packages on any platform that has Java support. Windows, Linux, OS X - it doesn't require additional native tools installed.




nfpm - NFPM is Not FPM - a simple deb and rpm packager written in Go

  •    Go

NFPM is Not FPM - a simple deb and rpm packager written in Go. While fpm is great, for me it is a bummer that it depends on Ruby, tar and probably other software.

erl-min-prj - Minimal Erlang project template and example of packing this project into deb package

  •    Shell

Minimal Erlang project and example of packing this project into deb package.

fpm-recipes - Graylog package build recipes

  •    Shell

This repository contains fpm-cookery recipes to build the official Graylog packages. The package builds are executed in isolated Docker containers by using the Vagrant Docker Provider.


python-deb-pkg-tools - Debian packaging tools

  •    Python

The Python package deb-pkg-tools is a collection of functions to build and inspect Debian binary packages and repositories of binary packages. Its primary use case is to automate builds. Some of the functionality is exposed in the command line interface (documented below) because it's very convenient to use in shell scripts, while other functionality is meant to be used as a Python API. The package is currently tested on cPython 2.6, 2.7, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6 and PyPy (2.7).

selenium-server-deb-package - Provides init script for selenium server in a debian package (.deb)

  •    Shell

This project is meant to automate debian package for selenium-server It will automatically download selenium-server from google code file repository and package it with init.d scripts.

docker-build-deb - A collection Dockerized Debian/Ubuntu deb package builders.

  •    Shell

Collection of Docker images to build Debian/Ubuntu deb packages. All tested under Ubuntu 18.04LTS (previously 14.04LTS), but should work for any host that supports Docker. When installing package on target system remember that dependent packages will need to be installed manually, they are not brought over by the checkinstall process.

fpm-within-docker - Leverage fpm inside pre-baked docker images in order to build and test native DEB and RPM packages

  •    C

All images should be updated to the latest FPM version, currently: 1.9.3. If you don't want to spend your nights in learning packaging an RPM or a DEB - which is a good idea - FPM can help. But, out of the box, fpm doesn't provide a "sandbox" or any other "isolated environment" for building. Here comes this set of images.

exrm_deb - Create a deb for your elixir release with ease

  •    Elixir

Adds simple Debian Package (DEB) generation to the exrm package manager. This configuration can be very useful in case you want to package the same version of the app for different distributions dynamically, without modifying the version in Distillery configuration.

nodeb - Converting node.js application into a Debian package

  •    Shell

Use this script to prepare your node.js web application for deployment on Debian-based system (only Ubuntu is tested). You don't need any Debian tools for that, just the shell, tar and ar. If all goes well, <project name>.deb file will be created.

gulp-brass - Build RPM package

  •    Javascript

Build RPM package. This is a wrapper around rpmbuild command and SPEC file generator done in gulp way. It covers subset of RPM features required to package, deploy, and run application on (usually) server. That is, it's possible but not encouraged to to use gulp-brass as a tool to package software for publishing to end users. On the contrary, you should see gulp-brass as deployment tool for, but not limited to, your own applications.

gulp-debian - :tropical_drink: Gulp plug-in to create a Debian package.

  •    Javascript

🍹 Gulp plug-in to create a Debian package. This should be mandatory in packages you intend to publish, but for testing purposes this can omitted for testing stage packages.

docker-ce-packaging - Packaging scripts for Docker CE

  •    Makefile

This repo contains the open source scripts for packaging Docker CE products. This repository is solely maintained by Docker, Inc.

jenkins-bootstrap-shared - Jenkins as immutable infrastructure made easy

  •    Groovy

Jenkins is traditionally challenging to safely QA and test upgrades. This project aims to make safely managing a Jenkins instance and all of its plugins easy. How to use this shared bootstrapper with your own scripts.

termux-create-package - Python script to create Termux packages easily.

  •    Python

A tool to create lightweight deb packages. By default it creates deb files for installation in the Termux Linux environment, but by specifying e.g. --prefix /usr a deb file can be created for any .deb-using distribution such as Debian or Ubuntu.

dm.pl - not dpkg-deb, nor a plane, nor a bird.

  •    Perl

A basic Perl program that makes Debian software packages (.deb files) without needing dpkg installed. It works as a drop-in replacement for dpkg-deb -b, with compatible flags. …and immediately start using it.