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#1 2021-01-01 13:03:37

yek
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How to merge divided packages into sub package.

My AUR package provides divided packages "mozc-ut-unified" and "fcitx-mozc-ut-unified".
Current pkgbase is "mozc-ut-unified".

Next upstream provides only fcitx binding (fcitx-mozc-ut-unified.)

How to merge divided packages and change base package name?

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#2 2021-01-01 17:07:13

respiranto
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Re: How to merge divided packages into sub package.

I believe you have to create a new git repository in the usual way, adapt your PKGBUILD, commit and push to the new repository.  Thereafter, you may issue a merge request to retain comments and votes.

Edit: The new repository would be named fcitx-mozc-ut-unified.git and the pkgbase variable should be removed.

Last edited by respiranto (2021-01-01 17:10:25)

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#3 2021-01-01 17:31:32

Scimmia
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Re: How to merge divided packages into sub package.

As odd as it seems, you'll have to change the current package so it doesn't provide fcitx-mozc-ut-unified. That will free up that name to be uploaded as a new pkgbase, then you can request they be merged.

The alternative is just to keep the current pkgbase, but drop the mozc-ut-unified package from it. pkgbase and pkgname don't have to match.

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#4 2021-01-02 18:24:57

yek
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Re: How to merge divided packages into sub package.

Thank you respiranto and Scimmia!!!
I removed fcitx-mozc-ut-unified from mozc-ut-unified, and created new fcitx-mozc-ut-unified package.

Also, I submitted a merge request, but I mistakenly thought it was something I could accept...

Anyway, it's solved quickly with your help!
Thank you!!

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