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Aura can't handle PKGBUILDs providing multiple packages #353

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Ninja-Koala opened this Issue Sep 30, 2015 · 7 comments

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Ninja-Koala commented Sep 30, 2015

PKGBUILDs providing multiple packages such as adwaita-qt gives me an:

aura >>= The following are not AUR packages:
adwaita-qt-common

Although the package is found in the search, and is provided by an PKGBUILD that is shared between adwaita-qt4, adwaita-qt5 and adwaita-qt-common

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flamusdiu commented Oct 1, 2015

It's split packages. Won't be completely fixed till 2.0

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jonnybarnes commented Oct 15, 2015

Is the libcurl-compat package an example of this?

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fosskers commented Oct 15, 2015

As far as I can tell from the PKGBUILD, it isn't.

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fosskers commented Dec 21, 2015

Thanks.

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AlexTalker commented May 13, 2017

One more is scst.

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snyman commented Nov 29, 2017

Another example is the Intellij IDEA packages. More interesting is pasystray, which actually provides two conflicting packages. Is 2.0 intended to handle an edge case like that?

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Aura 2.0 #479

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