[aur-general] determining inverse AUR dependencies of binary packages
archlinux at cryptocrack.de
Wed Nov 10 15:16:05 CET 2010
On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 02:05:42PM +0000, Christopher Brannon wrote:
> I notice that python-sqlalchemy is about to change in [community].
> Most of the packages which depend on it will need to change their
> dependency to python2-sqlalchemy. This is handled quite nicely for
> packages in the binary repositories. If you do a package search on
> www.archlinux.org, you'll see which packages require python-sqlalchemy.
> Likewise, it is easy to get a list of [unsupported] packages which
> require a given package from [unsupported]. However, I don't know of a
> way to get a list of [unsupported] packages which require a given
> package from the binary repositories. If it were possible to build such
> lists, we could contact maintainers of [unsupported] packages, in order
> to inform them of upcoming changes which require their attention.
As a Trusted User with SSH access to sigurd, you can easily grep all
PKGBUILDs in [unsupported] for "python2-sqlalchemy" and create a list of
packages that likely require it.
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