[aur-general] package blacklist?

Dave Reisner d at falconindy.com
Mon Jun 30 13:48:40 EDT 2014

On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 12:15:40PM -0500, Mike Hobbs wrote:
> Yeah, but AFAIK that's necessary, though, in order to replace xorg-server
> with a patched version. At least that's the convention that seen elsewhere
> with other AUR packages that contain bug fixes.
> Thanks,
> - Mike

No, it isn't necessary. You could specify pkgbase=fooforall and
pkgname=xorg-server-ipollutetheaur, and this would be fine to create a
single package called xorg-server-ipollutetheaur. The pkgbase is merely
an identifier which uniquely identifies a PKGBUILD.

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