i am trying to push a new package to our, but it fails.
this is what i get while trying to push
git push --set-upstream aur master
Enumerating objects: 18, done.
Counting objects: 100% (18/18), done.
Delta compression using up to 4 threads
Compressing objects: 100% (13/13), done.
Writing objects: 100% (18/18), 2.60 KiB | 2.60 MiB/s, done.
Total 18 (delta 3), reused 15 (delta 3)
remote: Traceback (most recent call last):
remote: File "hooks/update", line 11, in <module>
remote: load_entry_point('aurweb==4.7.0', 'console_scripts',
line 306, in main
remote: KeyError: 'pkgbase'
remote: error: hook declined to update refs/heads/master
! [remote rejected] master -> master (hook declined)
error: failed to push some refs to
if sombody want to see the PKGBUILD its hosted at github ->
may smb can help me.
Thank you for your help!
I'm sorry, my last application was bad a few days ago.
I (nickname a-wing) would like to apply to be a Trusted User.
Chih-Hsuan Yen (yan12125) && Jiachen Yang (farseerfc) will be my sponsor.
Some basic information about myself,
My Chinese name is YongXin SHI. I am 23 years old, and I'm living in shenzhen, China.
I am a Web Developer. uav cloud management system dev in UAV company. (not DJI)
I use ruby on rails web-application framework Or express.js, Koa.js, and Frontend Single Page Application（SPA）use vue.js
I use Chinese and English.
My Blog is https://a-wing.top (Chinese)
I started using Ubuntu in high school.
And I use Debian at university.
In 2017, I started Archlinux
I also tried other distributions. linux mint, deepin linux, gentoo, centos
I think dpkg package manage is too complicated, But .deb init did a lot of things that should not be done
- If install postgresql, dpkg is help init DB to /var/lib/postgres , But I might migrate other databases.
- I remember. once I install a dpkg pkg. but Always in the installing. Because detection /dev/** to init.
- The complexity of dpkg makes problems difficult to fix manually
- Packaging is too complicated, I have never learned how to packaging a standard deb
- If your computer CPU && mem too little.... _(:з」∠)_
- And C compile, python too coupling
- No comment
- Easy to packaging
- Makes problems easy to fix manually
- wiki is very good
About my involvement in Arch Linux, I have 11 packages on AUR .
I also maintains 52 packages in the unofficial [archlinuxcn] repo .
Also I developped a build status webpage, both the backend and the frontend,
for archlinuxcn build server (lilac web status frontend).
About the packages I want to maintain in [community]
Many Web app rely on ruby-rails: mastodon, discourse, redmine, gitlab(But. gitlab need special version), so I think packaging ruby-rails will greatly benefit arch linux users to do development and deployment on their favorite distro more easily.
About frp, I think frp should split as frpc and frps
Because. client and server will not be on the same computer
I will also take over some packages from Felix Yan
Thank you for your attention!
it seems to be stupid, but could it be that the password reset is not
i tried a many times but i do get any password mails.
the mail adress is working but there is no mail from aur.
if somebody can help. it would be fine.
anton aka therojam
I had noticed spam comments on
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/cndrvcups-lb/ but forgot to report them.
Can a TU remove the 4 comments from 2018-11-15 18:27 upto 2018-11-29 16:04 ?
The accounts used look like fakes / bots, you might want to look at
other posts they made (if there are any) to determine whether they
should be blocked/deleted.
I'd like to contribute and maintain the orphaned package . Reading through
the docs, I found, I should contact this list for doing so.
What do I need to do to get in? Any docs/contacts to consider?
Thanks in advance!
On Tue Jan 8 20:19:43 UTC 2019, David Runge wrote:
> > I'm sorry, my last application was bad a few days ago.
> Not so easy for reviews, if you're applying between Christmas and New
> Years (lots of people are not home and/or busy hanging out with people
> > I am a Web Developer. uav cloud management system dev in UAV company.
> > (not DJI)
> Would you also be interested in improving the AUR, and website?
> > In 2017, I started Archlinux
> That's not true! :-P
Sorry: In 2017, I started using archlinux
> > About my involvement in Arch Linux, I have 11 packages on AUR .
> vrzvd 0.0.1 starting up...
> * electron-netease-cloud-music
> * [x] electron-netease-cloud-music.sh: just call `/usr/bin/electron
> and remove the rest
> * [ ] electron-netease-cloud-music.png: remove and download from upstream
> if necessary
> * [x] pkgdesc: clinet should be client
> * [x] arch: not set! should be 'any'
> * [x] license: should be 'GPL3' (see `pacman -Ql licenses`)
> * [ ] depends: single quotes missing
??? What ?
> * [ ] source_x86_64: should be source, don't upload binary data to the
About source binary. Improve the build speed of AUR, Reduce makedependence
The result of the build is the same
> * [x] md5sums_x86_64: should be md5sums
> * [ ] prepare(): use gendesk to create the missing XDG desktop file
> instead of adding it to the repository
> * [ ] package(): cd to $srcdir is unnecessary, remove commented line
> installing svg, asar should be called in prepare() to extract
> LICENSE, LICENSE can be installed using 'install -t'
Upstream https://github.com/rails/rails Need split package ?
> > I also maintains 52 packages in the unofficial [archlinuxcn] repo .
> Unfortunately it's not easy to see which, only by contribution:
> Do you have a list?
> > Many Web app rely on ruby-rails: mastodon, discourse, redmine,
> > gitlab(But. gitlab need special version), so I think packaging
> > ruby-rails will greatly benefit arch linux users to do development and
> > deployment on their favorite distro more easily.
> How do you plan on packaging ruby-rails? Would some of the gems
> maintained by you be part of the package or separate gems? I don't know
> too much about ruby and gems, which is why I'm asking ;-)
Separate gems, looks like debian ruby-rails
> What do you use to keep up-to-date with upstream releases?
Use lilac, nvchecker. Automatically detect updates every day