[aur-general] Wrong package version and more wrong attributes displayed

Sebastian Lau lauseb644 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 07:47:10 UTC 2018


It was more me with confused by a missing 'mksrcinfo' command. But thank
you for the accusion but of simple clearance.


On 09.03.2018 08:06, Eli Schwartz via aur-general wrote:
> On 03/09/2018 02:00 AM, Sebastian Lau via aur-general wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I've updated my package [0][1], but the web form is displaying the
>> update with the old version and old attributes (i.e. I've updated to
>> v2.1.0-1 and it is displayed as a new v2.0.0-2 version, which is a bug
>> in the web UI).
>> [0] https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/giteye/
>> [1]
>> https://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/commit/?h=giteye&id=4ee6ae7ad84adaa049ebc96d536abcb9f008138f
>> It would be great, if this bug is patched with a future version of AUR.
> It's rather insulting of you to accuse us of writing a malfunctioning
> AUR, rather than asking if we know why this is not working for you.
> Especially because it works for nearly every other package on the AUR.
> And especially, because you failed to regenerate the .SRCINFO file. The
> AUR is not arbitrarily executing every random PKGBUILD that
> possibly-malicious people upload.
> Instead, the .SRCINFO is a metadata file which the AUR uses as the
> source of all information. And you did not update the AUR metadata...
> It would be great, if your attitude was patched with a future version of
> nullptr_t OS.

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