[aur-general] [arch-general] [arch-dev-public] packages are newer in extra than in staging
allan at archlinux.org
Sat Oct 2 22:07:21 EDT 2010
On 03/10/10 09:57, Evangelos Foutras wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 2:24 AM, Ionuț Bîru<ibiru at archlinux.org> wrote:
>> some packages have been updated in extra and have been mark as done in the
>> python todo list but they weren't rebuilt against staging.
>> looking quick on the list, django (staging removed on 9 september)
>> extra 1.2.3-1
>> marked as done and nothing in staging.
>> 1.6.4-1 in extra, 1.6.3-2 in staging
>> please, check your packages again because i don't intent to fix any of this
> I wrote a script  to check for packages in [staging] and
> [community-staging] that are not newer than their [core], [extra] and
> [community] counterparts.
> So, below are a few more possibly problematic packages. mercurial
> isn't included because the ABS tree hasn't been updated with it yet.
> ==> Checking [staging]
> denyhosts (2.6-4 isn't newer than 2.6-4 in [extra])
> python-pip (0.8-2 isn't newer than 0.8.1-1 in [extra])
> python-virtualenv (1.4.9-2 isn't newer than 1.5.1-1 in [extra])
> ==> Checking [community-staging]
> cdemu-client (1.2.0-2 isn't newer than 1.3.0-1 in [community])
> griffith (0.11-3 isn't newer than 0.11-3 in [community])
> lilypond (2.12.3-5 isn't newer than 2.12.3-6 in [community])
> openshot (1.2.2-1 isn't newer than 1.2.2-1 in [community])
> python-sphinx (1.0.3-2 isn't newer than 1.0.4-1 in [community])
> recoll (1.13.04-3 isn't newer than 1.14.2-1 in [community])
> trac (0.12-3 isn't newer than 0.12-4 in [community])
Thanks. I have re-flagged those packages on the TODO list.
Everyone, please be careful when updating packages. Either update them
in only in the [staging] repo or _both_ the main repo and the staging one.
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