[aur-general] Delete and Merge requests
felixonmars at gmail.com
Mon Dec 23 04:33:39 EST 2013
On Monday, December 23, 2013 00:10:40 Doug Newgard wrote:
> Duplicate of mono-git:
> Renamed upstream to budgie, submitter/maintainer renamed package without
> requesting merging/removal. Nothing useful to merge:
> Maintainer said in the comments that the package is obsolete and needs to be
> Fix was implemented upstream, nothing worth merging:
> Merged into kernel source tree as of 3.8:
> Out of date duplicate of sphinx, nothing worth merging:
> Duplicate of volatility-svn, nothing worth merging:
> Patch merged upstream, nothing worth merging:
> Duplicates of libpng and lib32-libpng. The submitter claims that they aren't
> because it will stay at 1.6, but they're still duplicates :
> Duplicate of tor in community:
> Duplicate of tor-unstable:
> Maintainer renamed package but never requested merging:
> https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/mono3/ INTO
> Maintainer renamed package to comply with python naming standards, needs
> merged: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/pytorctl-git/ INTO
> The opensync packages are kind of a mess. To start with, the tool was
> renamed and needs merged:
> https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/msynctool-svn/ INTO
> Then we have an unstable, development release in [community] as libopensync
> that complicates things. I'm thinking the best way to handle this is to
> make the development releases the normal packages and the older, stable
> release suffixed with -stable. With this in mind, libopensync-unstable is a
> duplicate of the [community] package and needs to be removed:
> And the other unstable package needs merged along with the regular one,
> taking into account the rename.
> https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/msynctool-unstable/ &&
> https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/msynctool/ INTO
> I haven't looked at the plugins yet. OpenSync is mostly dead, anyway.
> Doug Newgard (Scimmia)
All taken care of, thanks!
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