On 9/17/23 14:11, Jeremy Gust wrote:
or if the package can be built
Side note - not directed at your circumstance directly (because I have no idea of the specifics), but...
I haven't flagged any packages as out of date, but If you have packages that cannot be built any longer -- that is a bit of a problem. I've run across several AUR packages that depend on ancient versions of nodejs or composer, etc.. and the packages are not flagged. They can no longer be built because a dependency no longer exists, but they are not flagged. In these cases, the bottom line is that a package that can no longer be built -- isn't doing anyone any good.
So long as your packages build, and you are not behind the upstream release (doesn't apply if you package is specifically for an older version), then generally you shouldn't be flagged.