[arch-general] AUR package version
l.jirkovsky at gmail.com
Fri Jul 3 12:54:04 EDT 2009
The amarok-svn and amarok2-svn are packaging the same. And even if one
of them would package svn version of amarok 1 it would not be
necessary because the Amarok 1.x development was discontinued and thus
amarok1 package is the only necessary for Amarok 1.4.
2009/7/3 Stefan Husmann <stefan-husmann at t-online.de>:
> 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
> Regards Stefan
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