Package Details: astroid-git v0.15.r13.gb675b42-1

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Package Base: astroid-git
Description: a graphical threads-with-tags style, lightweight and fast, email client for notmuch, inspired by sup and others
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Keywords: mail
Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: astroid
Provides: astroid
Submitter: gauteh
Maintainer: gauteh (Alad)
Last Packager: Alad
Votes: 6
Popularity: 0.50
First Submitted: 2017-01-02 22:20
Last Updated: 2019-11-24 17:48

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rien333 commented on 2020-06-05 21:37

Like @fft200, I have a pretty weird failing test, and a seemingly minor one at that. Given that astroid is currently not actively maintained (I already reported the issue here), might it be an idea to skip some test in the future?

EDIT Okay, the culprit was the patch included with this package! Could you remove the prepare() call, @gautch? It builds fine without.

fft2000 commented on 2020-05-04 09:19

I had 2 failures in check():

1) I built over ssh which didn't give me access to X. Was already discussed. On the machine an X server was running, so export DISPLAY:=0 helped.

2) ../tests/ error: in "QuoteHtml/quote_html": check quoted == target has failed [...] [] [] [M] [error] cmd: failed to execute: 'w3m -dump -T text/html': Kindprozess »w3m« konnte nicht ausgeführt werden (Keine Berechtigung)

It seems like w3m is missing from the build deps. Installing it finally made all tests pass.

Celti commented on 2019-11-26 02:15

I added a comment with a slew of PKGBUILD changes to the page for astroid; a few of them also apply here.

gauteh commented on 2019-11-21 19:47

Nice, added you.

Alad commented on 2019-11-21 19:37

Sure, I don't mind co-maintaining it.

gauteh commented on 2019-11-21 18:18

Alright. Sounds reasonable. Do you wish to maintain/co-maintain package?

Alad commented on 2019-11-21 17:12

Any package should build with default makepkg options. By default, makepkg runs the test function.

Provides is NOT a superset of conflicts - it means that any package checking for "astroid" as dependency presumes this package is equivalent.

Conflicts means that two packages have the same files and should not be co-installable. Currently trying to install astroid, while having astroid-git, results in "file exists in filesystem" errors for pacman.

gauteh commented on 2019-11-21 15:58

Builds, but not tests. Should not have conflicts. Has provides.

Alad commented on 2019-11-01 18:00

Please add conflicts=('astroid') as well. Also this doesn't pass the tests without the patch included in the astroid package.

gauteh commented on 2018-09-30 06:50

@polyzen: seems I forgot to push that one :) should be fixed now.