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#76 2007-04-14 05:39:55

rata
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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

Thank you very much wain !!
yaourt is a great app.

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#77 2007-04-14 07:54:31

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

The old bug crept back in 0.7.6 (can't install a package from extra or community repos).

Last edited by scarecrow (2007-04-14 08:02:36)


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#78 2007-04-14 08:07:48

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

scarecrow wrote:

The old bug crept back in 0.7.6 (can't install a package from extra or community repos).

Can you describe the bug a little more ?

Install from extra works for me:

yaourt vlc
1 extra/libdvbpsi4 0.1.5-1
   MPEG TS and DVB PSI tables library (needed by vlc for streaming)
2 extra/vlc 0.8.6a-6
   VideoLAN Client is a multi-platform MPEG, VCD/DVD, and DivX player.
3 aur/libdvbpsi 20041028-1
   MPEG TS and DVB PSI tables library (needed by vlc for streaming)
4 aur/freeplayer 0.8.4a-2
   FreePlayer is a customized version of vlc designed to work with freebox (www.free.fr) freeplayer
5 aur/vlc-svn 19637-3
   VideoLAN Client is a multi-platform MPEG, VCD/DVD, and DivX player.SVN Version.
==>  Enter n° (separated by blanks, or a range) of packages to be installed
     Example:   '1 6 7 8 9'   or   '1 6-9'
==>   ----------------------------------------------
==>2
resolving dependencies... done.
looking for inter-conflicts... done.

Targets: dbus-glib-0.73-1  hal-info-0.20070402-1  libsmbios-0.13.6-1  
         hal-0.5.9-1  libdvbpsi4-0.1.5-1  libdvdcss-1.2.9-2  
         libdvdnav-0.1.10-2  vlc-0.8.6a-6  

Total Package Size:   7.73 MB

Proceed with installation? [Y/n]

Last edited by wain (2007-04-14 08:12:12)

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#79 2007-04-14 19:37:41

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

Doh... please disregard. My mistake- I was playing with an Arch Virtual machine, where I thought I was running yaourt 0.7.6, but in fact it was 0.7.1. Sorry for the confusion.


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#80 2007-04-14 20:28:52

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

scarecrow wrote:

Doh... please disregard. My mistake- I was playing with an Arch Virtual machine, where I thought I was running yaourt 0.7.6, but in fact it was 0.7.1. Sorry for the confusion.

No problem big_smile

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#81 2007-04-20 13:52:02

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

Is there any svn mirror i could get the sources from.
I would be happy if i could see how such a wrapper works.

Thanks in advance

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#82 2007-04-20 14:27:02

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

Sources? It's a bash script.


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#83 2007-04-20 14:38:18

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

oh ok my fault, i already wondered why it was distributed as one file ;-)

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#84 2007-04-20 17:00:21

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

hey wain! I only realised your post today hehe
Here's the screenshot with both yaourt's and vogo's pacman -Ss output :
[img=http://img376.imageshack.us/img376/6876/colorminusssmz3.th.png]

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#85 2007-04-21 20:03:37

emphire
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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

yaourt seems to be having problems parsing the lib32-libxtst PKGBUILD in AUR...

yaourt -Syu --aur
...
lib32-libxtst: Unable to read lib32-libxtst's PKGBUILD

If I was to venture a guess why, it might have to do with the comment at the top having an opening '<' with no closing '>'.

ie

$ head -n 1 PKGBUILD
# Contributor: nbags <neilbags@gmail.com

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#86 2007-04-22 16:50:07

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

If I do yaourt -Ss gnomad it comes up with a package in community and aur, but if I do pacman -Ss gnomad it does not show I package in aur. I'm using yaourt 0.7.6


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#87 2007-04-22 17:26:13

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

Your community mirror sucks.


I am a gated community.

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#88 2007-04-22 17:56:59

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

If I'm not mistaken I'm using the same mirror. Pacman -Ss gnomad returns nothing, but yaourt -Ss gnomad shows gnomad in community.


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#89 2007-04-22 19:20:11

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

There is no gnomad package in community. There's only gnomad2  in unsupported. That's why 'pacman -Ss gnomad' doesn't return anything.

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#90 2007-04-23 05:59:47

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

wain, is it posible to make "yaourt -Ss [expr1] [expr2]" to search for the two expresions as if they were "expr1 AND expr2" instead of "expr1 OR expr2"?

Thanks in advance.

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#91 2007-04-24 20:46:11

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

gbrunoro wrote:

hey wain! I only realised your post today hehe
Here's the screenshot with both yaourt's and vogo's pacman -Ss output :
[img=http://img376.imageshack.us/img376/6876/colorminusssmz3.th.png]

rata wrote:

wain, is it posible to make "yaourt -Ss [expr1] [expr2]" to search for the two expresions as if they were "expr1 AND expr2" instead of "expr1 OR expr2"?

Thanks in advance.

ok it will be in the next version  smile

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#92 2007-04-26 05:14:19

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

a really good tool smile


Its a sick world we live in....

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#93 2007-04-30 10:03:10

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

New release: yaourt 0.7.7
http://archiwain.free.fr/os/i686/yaourt … pkg.tar.gz

Changelog: 
- new colors in search result as requested by gbrunoro
- abitlity to search for packages with regexp like yaourt -Ss "package*manager" to find package with package AND manager in description
- bug fixed when LC_ALL is not defined

Last edited by wain (2007-04-30 10:08:19)

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#94 2007-05-01 19:43:08

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

Merci wain! Congrats for the useful app
I've just found a little issue with the output of -Ss. Here's the screenshot :
bugoutputhw4.th.png

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#95 2007-05-02 11:34:35

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

I have a problem with colors using yaourt under Screen. I use yaourt --lightbg, and in a plain terminal (mrxvt) it comes out fine - with one exception - but under screen, the background for the description text is still black. I'm sure there is something I can add to my screenrc to fix this, but it wasn't like that until the latest revision (I think up to 0.7.2 it worked fine; I haven't tried the ones between .2 and .7).
The one exception I mentioned, is that the repository names have things like "31m" prepended.
See the two screenshots ("ppy" is my alias for "yaourt --lightbg").

Plain terminal:

yaourt-mrxvt.png

Mrxvt + screen:

yaourt-mrxvt_screen.png

Last edited by eyolf (2007-05-02 11:37:43)

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#96 2007-05-07 17:14:22

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

Thanks for yaourt, it is great!

I have found something, not sure if it is a bug or a feature.  I have mplayer (among others, but mplayer will suffice...) defined in srcpac.conf, and it is built locally.  If I yaourt -S mplayer, instead of rebuilding mplayer from source, it attempts to download it from the repo.  I was under the impression that srcpac kept track of locally built packages and would rebuild them from source automatically.  I don't have an adequate means of testing whether or not  it will handle updates with yaourt -Suy, and appropriately rebuild my local packages instead of downloading over them.  mplayer is listed in /var/lib/srcpac, so I'm sure srcpac is aware of it's duties, I'm just not entirely certain if it is displaying the proper behavior.

yaourt -Sb mplayer worked fine to rebuild the package with my new rules, but I really don't want my custom packages clobbered when I -Suy.  Again, it might be nothing and may work fine in that situation, but until a package I have local updates in the repos I have no decent way to test it.

PS.  As I was writing this I realized that I hadn't done adequate testing of srcpac.  a srcpac -S mplayer gives the same results.  Obviously not a yaourt problem.  I was temped just to scrap the post, but realized that maybe it could hold some useful information for somebody.  In the past srcpac has handled -Suy operations correctly, and I can only assume this new version will as well.  Still good to note srcpac's behavior, a -S operation will clobber your built package.

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#97 2007-05-07 17:28:07

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

KerowynM wrote:

Thanks for yaourt, it is great!

I have found something, not sure if it is a bug or a feature.  I have mplayer (among others, but mplayer will suffice...) defined in srcpac.conf, and it is built locally.  If I yaourt -S mplayer, instead of rebuilding mplayer from source, it attempts to download it from the repo.  I was under the impression that srcpac kept track of locally built packages and would rebuild them from source automatically.  I don't have an adequate means of testing whether or not  it will handle updates with yaourt -Suy, and appropriately rebuild my local packages instead of downloading over them.  mplayer is listed in /var/lib/srcpac, so I'm sure srcpac is aware of it's duties, I'm just not entirely certain if it is displaying the proper behavior.

yaourt -Sb mplayer worked fine to rebuild the package with my new rules, but I really don't want my custom packages clobbered when I -Suy.  Again, it might be nothing and may work fine in that situation, but until a package I have local updates in the repos I have no decent way to test it.

PS.  As I was writing this I realized that I hadn't done adequate testing of srcpac.  a srcpac -S mplayer gives the same results.  Obviously not a yaourt problem.  I was temped just to scrap the post, but realized that maybe it could hold some useful information for somebody.  In the past srcpac has handled -Suy operations correctly, and I can only assume this new version will as well.  Still good to note srcpac's behavior, a -S operation will clobber your built package.

Yaourt does'nt use srcpac anymore. The behavior is now different (in version >0.7.0).
- yaourt -Sb mplayer: build from source
- yaourt -S mplayer: install mplayer from source if "/etc/customizepkg.d/mplayer" file exist, else download binary package
- yaourt -Su : upgrade mplayer from source if "/etc/customizepkg.d/mplayer" file exist, else download binary package

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#98 2007-05-07 22:20:09

wain
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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

New release: yaourt 0.7.8
http://archiwain.free.fr/os/i686/yaourt … pkg.tar.gz
-fixed bug with color

It seems that pacman3 will go into current very very soon.

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#99 2007-05-09 08:06:31

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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

Thanks. At least one problem solved - the color code  doesn't show up anymore - but the description text is still white-on-black. Again, this is when I run it under Screen, and it might have something to do with my own settings, but (a) I don't think I have any color-related screenrc settings, and (b) it worked correctly before.

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#100 2007-05-10 16:53:55

wain
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Re: yaourt: pacman frontend

eyolf wrote:

Thanks. At least one problem solved - the color code  doesn't show up anymore - but the description text is still white-on-black. Again, this is when I run it under Screen, and it might have something to do with my own settings, but (a) I don't think I have any color-related screenrc settings, and (b) it worked correctly before.

Sorry, I don't no how to configure screen. Actually, it just doesn't support italic font.
A quick fix is to replace line 42 in /usr/bin/yaourt :

COL_ITALIQUE="\033[3m"

by

COL_ITALIQUE="\033[0m"

Any screen's guru here ?  big_smile

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