[arch-general] AUR package version
stefan-husmann at t-online.de
Fri Jul 3 12:09:49 EDT 2009
Manne Merak schrieb:
> Will Siddall wrote:
>> Each of these packages are for a different purpose. Obviously
>> amarok-svn is to download the latest amarok from subversion,
>> amarok2-svn is so people get the latest build of amarok2 from
>> subversion and amarok1 would be for those people who want the 1.4.10
>> build of amarok because they are reluctant to upgrade to 2 (such as
>> The update dates only reflect when the owner of the package made a
>> change to the package details, it does not reflect the application
>> itself (especially if it is coming from svn).
>> If you want the latest application and you're using the svn packages,
>> new code is usually submitted every night, so run your update every
>> night for that package.
>> On Fri, Jul 3, 2009 at 6:40 AM, Manne Merak<mannemerak at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Well, there is:
>>> amarok1 1.4.10-3
>>> I will use amarok2-svn.
> Sorry, I am still confused.
> What is the difference between amarok-svn amarok2-svn. I thought the
> latest amarok is verson 2?
I guess amarok 1 and amarok 2 are different programs. So it makes sense
to have seperate developement on both branches, and so two svn branches.
If thi is an upstream decision, we can reflect it in AUR by haveing two
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