From: Erich Eckner firstname.lastname@example.org
Architecture-specific variables should be useable as soon as a package is not built for 'any' architecture. With the deprecation of i686, this becomes relevant, as many packages are now only built for x86_64. However, the source (and checksums) may be _not_ architecture-agnostic, e.g. should _not_ be listed as source= but source_x86_64=.
This patch silences the extra-var-begins-without-underscore message which is currently emitted in that case.
Signed-off-by: Erich Eckner email@example.com --- Namcap/rules/extravars.py | 2 +- 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)
diff --git a/Namcap/rules/extravars.py b/Namcap/rules/extravars.py index ba4df2d..81084f8 100644 --- a/Namcap/rules/extravars.py +++ b/Namcap/rules/extravars.py @@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ class package(PkgbuildRule): 'pkgbase', 'pkgver', 'pkgrel', 'epoch', 'pkgdesc', 'groups', 'url', 'install', 'changelog', 'options', 'validpgpkeys'] + carch_vars - if 'arch' in pkginfo and len(pkginfo["arch"]) >= 2: + if 'arch' in pkginfo and pkginfo['arch'] != ['any']: stdvars.extend(v+'_'+a for v,a in product(carch_vars, pkginfo["arch"])) for varname in pkginfo["setvars"]: if varname.islower() and varname not in stdvars \