[aur-general] Can't update my own PKGBUILD, where to find errors?

Lukas Fleischer archlinux at cryptocrack.de
Fri Jan 23 11:50:17 UTC 2015

On Fri, 23 Jan 2015 at 12:34:40, LoneVVolf wrote:
> On 23-01-15 00:23, Lukas Fleischer wrote:
> > Let me elaborate just a bit: There currently isn't a bcusdk package 
> > base in the AUR, so a new package base is created upon package 
> > submission. That new package base contains a package eibd which is 
> > already part of the package base eibd, though. Since a package base 
> > cannot contain a package that is already provided by another one, you 
> > receive that strange error message. Hope that clarifies it a bit. 
> > Regards, Lukas 
> The situation is weirder then that, check the PKGBUILD for the current 
> version :
> pkgbase=('bcusdk')
> pkgname=('eibd')
> pkgver=0.0.5
> pkgrel=4
> Maybe the problems are caused by uploading a faulty .AURINFO or .SRCINFO 
> file in the past.

No, the package was last updated on 2014-03-04 20:25 which was before
the AUR supported split packages. During the migration, we automatically
assigned the package base eibd.

> Sven, if you do want pkgbase bcusdk and pkgname eidb,
> i suggest you upload a dummy bcusdk pacakge, then request eidb to be 
> merged into bcusdk.

... where "dummy bcusdk pacakge" means: Use the package base bcusdk
without any additional packages.

> Once the merge has completed, you can then upload the correct package.




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