[aur-general] out of date packages?

Bruno Pagani bruno.pagani at ens-lyon.org
Thu May 5 18:07:14 UTC 2016

Le 05/05/2016 à 20:00, Johannes Löthberg a écrit :

> On 05/05, Eli Schwartz wrote:
>> On 05/05/2016 10:22 AM, Doug Newgard wrote:
>>> You're right, but people can flag it out of date for whatever reason
>>> they want
>>> (and doing this a lot causes maintainers to ignore the flag). In
>>> this case,
>>> yes, it is because of a fork.
>> Naturally I am aware that people can do whatever ridiculous things they
>> want. :)
>> Of course, I don't know why they would do something so silly, but
>> apparently they do anyway...
>> The "this" was Jude's reason for asking, though.
>> ...
>> The AUR can now show you the message left when flagging an out-of-date
>> package in addition to the out-of-date status itself. Pity you can't see
>> that in the repos as well.
> It's possible, but you have to be logged into archweb to do it.

I might sound a bit stupid, but how does one do that? I search a bit
around, but found nothing…


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