On 9/30/21 23:34, Tom Braack wrote:
yes, I've read that.
I created that to specifically provide the 1.x release line of docker-compose, as the official package was recently bumped to 2.x, which has major incompatibilities.
If having such a package is not the right way, what's your suggestion for providing older, yet widely used versions?
On 30. Sep 2021, at 21:34, email@example.com wrote:
aminvakil  filed a deletion request for docker-compose1 :
The submitted PKGBUILDs must not build applications already in any of the official binary repositories under any circumstances. Check the official package database for the package. If any version of it exists, do not submit the package. If the official package is out-of- date, flag it as such. If the official package is broken or is lacking a feature, then please file a bug report.
1.x is not going to be maintained anymore (except security fixes), so I'd suggest using docker-compose-1.29.2 from your local cache until you change your yaml files and make them compatible with 2.x.
Also --compatibility is a flag on 2.x.
Best Regards, Amin Vakil