[arch-dev-public] Integrity Check i686 of core, extra 28-08-2009

Aaron Griffin aaronmgriffin at gmail.com
Fri Aug 28 17:22:36 EDT 2009

On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 4:17 PM, Xavier<shiningxc at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 10:50 PM, Eric Bélanger<snowmaniscool at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 3:16 PM, Xavier<shiningxc at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> This is a manual run, after adding support to split packages.
>>> I checked some of the reported mistakes, I didn't find invalid ones,
>>> but it would be nice if the responsible maintainers could double-check
>>> :)
>>> Duplicate PKGBUILDs
>>> ---------------------
>>> /var/abs/extra/openoffice-i18n vs. /var/abs/extra/openoffice-de
>>> /var/abs/extra/openoffice-i18n vs. /var/abs/extra/openoffice-es
>>> /var/abs/extra/openoffice-i18n vs. /var/abs/extra/openoffice-fr
>>> /var/abs/extra/openoffice-it vs. /var/abs/extra/openoffice-i18n
>>> /var/abs/extra/openoffice-ja vs. /var/abs/extra/openoffice-i18n
>>> /var/abs/extra/openoffice-ko vs. /var/abs/extra/openoffice-i18n
>>> /var/abs/extra/openoffice-nl vs. /var/abs/extra/openoffice-i18n
>>> /var/abs/extra/openoffice-sv vs. /var/abs/extra/openoffice-i18n
>> I guess a svn clean up will take care of that error.
>>> Missing Dependencies
>>> ----------------------
>>> haskell-hashed-storage --> 'haskell-zlib'
>>> neverball --> 'physfs'
>> neverbal has the physfs depends.  I thinks this error is triggered
>> because neverball is in extra and physfs in community.  IMO, it might
>> be good if the script would chack the community repo in case of
>> missing (make)depends in core/extra packages.  This way it'll be able
>> to give a more precise error message.  BTW, I'll probably eventually
>> move physfs to extra when I'll have time.
>> Eric
> That's right, I am aware of this problem but I am not sure how to fix it.
> Actually the script can already support that using --repos=core,extra,community
> but this will include all the community errors as well
> so it is then difficult to general two separate mails from that
> output, one for arch-dev with core,extra errors and one for
> aur-general with community errors.

Actually, maybe it's best if we DO do that and send it to arch-notifications

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