after several months there is another round of cleanup action on the wiki. The
subject is, as it was the last time, updating links to packages in official
repositories or in the AUR, which got broken due to package merges, renames or
removals. A bot has done part of the work, but there are still many broken
links requiring intervention of humans.
Everybody is hereby invited to join our cleanup party, because the more people
involved, the sooner the work is finished :)
The party will be held at , which is a generated list of broken links, split
into sections by language and page where it occurred. Basically, after the link
is fixed on the relevant page, it should be stricken in the list, in order to
not waste time of others going through the list. More detailed instructions are
given at the top of the list.
See you at the party!
Jakub Klinkovský (Lahwaacz)
The camlp4 package in [extra] is currently orphaned:
Is a TU interested in adopting this package? Otherwise, I can maintain it
in the AUR.
Camlp4 is quite useful. As of now, the package is out-of-date with
respect to ocaml (4.02.0 vs 4.02.1), which prevents some other packages
from compiling. For instance, coq, in AUR , fails to compile with the
current camlp4 package. Manually compiling and updating camlp4 to the
latest upstream release (4.02.1+1) fixes the issue for Coq.
Updating camlp4 may also solve this bug, although I haven't checked: