[aur-general] Error on trying to migrate 2 python packages
eduardo.machado at gmail.com
Thu Jun 25 17:18:43 UTC 2015
2015-06-25 13:42 GMT-03:00 Mark Weiman <mark.weiman at markzz.com>:
> What I am seeing on AUR3 is that you are the maintainer of python2
> -sievelib and python2-rrdtool. Are you sure that you mean those
> packages rather than python-sievelib and python-rrdtool?
> I would also take out the python 3 parts of the package because they
> don't seem to be necessary.
> Mark Weiman
Indeed it is the case, but i can't update the repositories in AUR4.
it doesn't matter if i try to use the python-pack or python2-pack.
The packages are python2 only compliant, BUT i used a template that use
a pkgbase and build python 2 and 3 with one PKGBUILD, and i accidently
didn't removed the pkgbase for this two packages.
I am thinking that the template i used is misleading AUR4 to an error, and
it does not allow to push the package files.
I tried cloning python-rrdtool and python2-rrdtool, and then tried to
update then, without success...
Is there anything i can do to test if it is the case?
Maybe it is an AUR4 bug produced by a not fully compliant PKGBUILD.
> On Thu, 2015-06-25 at 08:25 -0300, Eduardo Machado wrote:
> > 2015-06-24 21:17 GMT-03:00 Mark Weiman <mark.weiman at markzz.com>:
> > > What is the push command you are using?
> > >
> > > Mark Weiman
> > I am using the one at Arch Wiki 
> > $ mksrcinfo
> > $ git add PKGBUILD .SRCINFO
> > $ git commit -m 'Initial import'
> > $ git push origin master
> > I am supposing that the use of a package base, without generating the
> > two packages, is misleading AUR4 to an error.
> > 
> > https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Arch_User_Repository#Submitting_
> > packages_to_aur4.archlinux.org
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