On Sat, Jul 15, 2017, 01:10 Luke Shumaker <lukeshu@lukeshu.com> wrote:
On Fri, 14 Jul 2017 06:04:50 -0400,
Christian Hesse wrote:
> -host_mirror=$(pacman --cachedir /doesnt/exist -Sddp extra/devtools 2>/dev/null | sed -r 's#(.*/)extra/os/.*#\1$repo/os/$arch#')
> +host_mirror=$(pacman --config "${pac_conf:-$working_dir/etc/pacman.conf}" --cachedir /doesnt/exist -Sddp extra/devtools 2>/dev/null | sed -r 's#(.*/)extra/os/.*#\1$repo/os/$arch#')
>  # shellcheck disable=2016
>  [[ $host_mirror == *file://* ]] && host_mirror_path=$(echo "$host_mirror" | sed -r 's#file://(/.*)/\$repo/os/\$arch#\1#g')

While we're at it: what is the point of setting host_mirror anyway?
I've had users complain about it causing problems like this and

Our build server also hosts a compete rsync'ed mirror, so the first server in the mirrorlist has a file:// URL, while additional cache dirs point into the mirror package pool.