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#1 2019-04-15 11:27:37

mmdamin
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[solved (not actually)] mingw-w64-gcc conflict dependencies.

Hi Everyone. What is it???:|

:: New dependency will be installed from repository:
 gcc-ada (for mingw-w64-gcc)                                -> 8.2.1+20181127-1

:: AUR package will be installed:
 mingw-w64-gcc                                              -> 8.3.0-3

:: New dependencies will be installed from AUR:
 mingw-w64-binutils (for mingw-w64-gcc, mingw-w64-gcc-base, mingw-w64-winpthreads, mingw-w64-crt)     -> 2.32-1
 mingw-w64-crt (for mingw-w64-gcc, mingw-w64-winpthreads)     -> 6.0.0-1
 mingw-w64-gcc-base (for mingw-w64-winpthreads, mingw-w64-crt)     -> 8.3.0-1
 mingw-w64-headers (for mingw-w64-gcc, mingw-w64-gcc-base, mingw-w64-crt, mingw-w64-headers-bootstrap)     -> 6.0.0-1
 mingw-w64-headers-bootstrap (for mingw-w64-gcc-base)       -> 5.0.3-1
 mingw-w64-winpthreads (for mingw-w64-gcc, mingw-w64-gcc-base)     -> 6.0.0-1

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] 
:: [v]iew package details   [m]anually select packages
>> y
looking for conflicting AUR packages...
New packages 'mingw-w64-winpthreads' and 'mingw-w64-headers-bootstrap' are in conflict.

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#2 2019-04-15 12:11:58

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Re: [solved (not actually)] mingw-w64-gcc conflict dependencies.

mmdamin wrote:
mingw-w64-headers-bootstrap (for mingw-w64-gcc-base)

I don't know what tool you are using to produce that output, but if I interpret it correctly, it considers mingw-w64-headers-bootstrap (the package that causes the conflict) to be a dependency for mingw-w64-gcc-base, but according to the AUR page for the latter, that is not the case.

So the answer to your very unspecific question…

What is it???:|

… is: "Something wrong."

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#3 2019-04-15 12:17:14

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Re: [solved (not actually)] mingw-w64-gcc conflict dependencies.

ayekat wrote:
mmdamin wrote:
mingw-w64-headers-bootstrap (for mingw-w64-gcc-base)

I don't know what tool you are using to produce that output, but if I interpret it correctly, it considers mingw-w64-headers-bootstrap (the package that causes the conflict) to be a dependency for mingw-w64-gcc-base, but according to the AUR page for the latter, that is not the case.

I'm using pikaur.
I'm going to try yaourt, Thank you.

ayekat wrote:

What is it???:|

… is: "Something wrong."

I didn't know, Mersi for your answer.

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#4 2019-04-15 12:21:38

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Re: [solved (not actually)] mingw-w64-gcc conflict dependencies.

yaourt failed while verifying downloaded package but yay is working. thank you.

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#5 2019-04-15 13:03:29

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Re: [solved (not actually)] mingw-w64-gcc conflict dependencies.

No, please don't just randomly jump between AUR helpers if you haven't understood the problem at hand. In fact, please stop using AUR helpers until you understand how to solve these kinds of problems yourself.

And the problem at hand is that the AUR helper shows a conflict that isn't one.

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#6 2019-04-15 13:04:13

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Re: [solved (not actually)] mingw-w64-gcc conflict dependencies.

Please remember to mark your thread as solved.

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#7 2019-04-15 13:07:47

mmdamin
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Re: [solved (not actually)] mingw-w64-gcc conflict dependencies.

ayekat wrote:

No, please don't just randomly jump between AUR helpers if you haven't understood the problem at hand. In fact, please stop using AUR helpers until you understand how to solve these kinds of problems yourself.

And the problem at hand is that the AUR helper shows a conflict that isn't one.

I already used git and makepkg to install pikaur; and also built some packages from .deb packages by hand (but later I've found them on arch repos).
I don't know why pikaur gets wrong here.

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#8 2019-04-15 22:36:24

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Re: [solved (not actually)] mingw-w64-gcc conflict dependencies.

mmdamin wrote:

I don't know why pikaur gets wrong here.

Because pikaur's dependency solver has a bug in it?

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#9 2019-04-16 12:42:27

mmdamin
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Re: [solved (not actually)] mingw-w64-gcc conflict dependencies.

loqs wrote:
mmdamin wrote:

I don't know why pikaur gets wrong here.

Because pikaur's dependency solver has a bug in it?

Maybe, I don't know. You can try it yourself.

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#10 2019-04-16 13:34:52

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Re: [solved (not actually)] mingw-w64-gcc conflict dependencies.

mmdamin wrote:

yaourt failed while verifying downloaded package but yay is working. thank you.

Did yay not resolve the dependencies correctly and build gcc-ada?
If I were to test it locally using pikaur and it failed it would confirm it is an issue in pikaur if it succeeded it would be an issue with pikaur on your system.  Still leaving the common factor of pikaur.
I do not use an AUR helper.  There are multiple ways to resolve the dependencies for  mingw-w64-gcc which do not include having both mingw-w64-winpthreads and mingw-w64-headers-bootstrap installed at the same time.

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#11 2019-04-16 13:56:20

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Re: [solved (not actually)] mingw-w64-gcc conflict dependencies.

yes it installed gcc-ada, pthread, binutils, crt and some else.

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