Is there any way to see packages that have been moved from the AUR to the official repositories in some sort of list? Ive looked through http://www.archlinux.org/packages/ and https://aur.archlinux.org/ with no luck.
"pacman -Qm" shows a list of packages that pacman doesn't know where to download from, so if a package leaves that list, it's been added to some repository that you have configured.
You have the aur-general signoff reports for community-testing, if that's any use to you.
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Is there any way to see packages that have been moved from the AUR to the official repositories in some sort of list?
You can do an -Sl on all repos that interest you and output to a file. Then diff with a previous version of the file to see changes.
Also i recently opened a feature request about having a commits mailing list for all repositories:
https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/31562 which would make it easier to track all changes in the repos.
Last edited by dolby (2012-09-25 16:39:02)
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