[arch-general] python-tqdm updates

Chris Billington chrisjbillington at gmail.com
Mon Feb 17 17:16:44 UTC 2020

Thanks Felix!

Oh it's no trouble, I was just wondering what was up, and if it was some
automated tool misbehaving thought it might be useful to point out.

Thanks for your work!


On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 12:12 PM Felix Yan <felixonmars at archlinux.org>

> On 2/18/20 1:06 AM, Chris Billington via arch-general wrote:
> > [community]/python-tqdm has updated 13 times in the last week, though the
> > upstream has not been releasing that rapidly - the new Arch packages
> > correspond to the last few months of releases.
> >
> > This process hasn't quite gotten it up to date yet, so I expect one more
> > update is on the way!
> >
> > Is there a reason for not just skipping right to the latest version, if
> > several intermediate versions were missed?
> >
> > If this is for testing (incremental updates are usually easier to test),
> > presumably it should occur in [testing].
> >
> > Or perhaps this is the behaviour of some automated tooling that is
> > detecting when a package is out of date, and a human hasn't noticed?
> Actually updating of tqdm was blocked for quite some time due to tests
> being broken (which turns out to be my fault that used a broken way to
> run it).
> I did intensionally slow down the update to examine and check
> changelogs, also run it for a while so this won't happen again. Sorry
> for the trouble caused and it should soon be up-to-date.
> --
> Regards,
> Felix Yan

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