[arch-general] Problem Reporting Question

Roman Kyrylych roman.kyrylych at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 10:24:30 EST 2008

2008/2/1, Kevin Monceaux <Kevin at rawfeddogs.net>:
> Fellow Arch Enthusiasts,
> I noticed a problem with the ruby-python package in aur/community and
> added a comment to it.  But, then I started wondering if I should have
> have flagged it as out of date or filed a bug instead.  So, I thought I'd
> ask for future reference.
> The package isn't exactly out of date.  It's built against the current
> version of the available sources according to the project's web site,
> although the sources don't appear to have been updated since 2005.  The
> postgres.so library file included in the ruby-postgres binary package is
> linked against libpq.so.4.  The current postgresql-libs package contains
> libpq.so.5, so the package just needs to be rebuilt to link against the
> current libs.  Also, I got an error trying to download the source tarball
> from the source URL in the PKGBUILD file.  The source tarball is available
> via the package's main website.

Report a bugreport in "Community Packages" project on our bugtracker.

> Does Arch have a utility similar to Gentoo's revdep-rebuild utility that
> scans all the libraries/binaries on the system for missing dependencies?


Roman Kyrylych (Роман Кирилич)

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