[aur-general] Dependancies and Split Packages
justin at dray.be
Mon Jun 23 22:01:41 EDT 2014
On Tue, Jun 24, 2014 at 8:31 AM, Storm Dragon <stormdragon2976 at gmail.com>
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> Ok, so when I made p-git depend on the package pypump2-git that I made,
> and when I installed python2-click after modifying the python-click
> PKGBUILD everything works as expected.
> When, however, I make p-git require python2-click and python2-pypump-git
> it fails to build. It installs the package, for example python2-click, then
> at the end, I get something like installing python-click 100%
> Then it fails to install p-git saying dependancies are not met, missing
> python2-click and now also same error with python2-pypump-git.
> So, how can I fix it? I really want to do this stuff the right way, but I
> also want it to work at the end of the day. There's nothing worse than
> finding a nice shiny new package in the AUR and trying to build it only to
> have it fail. Should I switch back to the old way? Or, should I just put
> python setup.py and python2 setup.py in the same package() function? But,
> even if I do put them in the same function, it still won't fix my problems
> with python2-click.
> Thanks for the help
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Definitely don't put both in the same pacakge. Make seperate python 2/3
packages, otherwise if someone only has python3 installed, they will be
pulling in python2 dependencies as well when they don't need it.
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