On 22/1/19 2:18 pm, hagar wrote:
On 22/1/19 1:16 pm, Daniel M. Capella via aur-general wrote:
Based on the loosely defined "cleanup criteria", we're overdue for a little purge. The candidates can be found here:
Please run `aurphan -a` to see if you have any orphaned AUR packages installed, and do everyone a favor by adopting them.
If there are no objections, it will be done this weekend. A reply will be sent for record-keeping with the list of packages prior to deletion.
-- Best, polyzen
I'm not sure if I did something wrong?
I adopted mingw-w64-freeimage (My first one)
I cloned the git and followed the instructions to edit and commit the updated PKGBUILD.
All appeared good.
Then I realized that I needed to delete the gcc5.patch.
When I tried to commit that change al I got was a 403 error?
Did I do something wrong or is the package on hold until checked bu a TU?
Sorry, Never mind.
My instructions missed the step to edit the .git/config and change the url.