Package Details: aura 2.0.4-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/aura.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: aura
Description: A secure package manager for Arch Linux and the AUR
Upstream URL: https://github.com/fosskers/aura
Licenses: GPL-3
Conflicts: aura-bin, aura-git
Provides: aura
Submitter: fosskers
Maintainer: fosskers
Last Packager: fosskers
Votes: 155
Popularity: 0.87
First Submitted: 2012-06-13 09:49
Last Updated: 2020-02-09 07:02

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fosskers commented on 2020-02-02 02:43

It is recommended that you use the aura-bin package as the official way to install Aura.

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fosskers commented on 2014-08-21 14:54

@test0: Fingerprint info on the actual github page for their main distribution tool: https://github.com/archhaskell/habs#the-haskell-abs-tree-for-archlinux

vendion commented on 2014-08-21 10:55

Thanks rebuilding three is a lot better than trying to rebuild all of them.

test0 commented on 2014-08-21 10:50

fosskers: I am not comfortable with adding package sources without, at the least, a TU's signature on it. With AUR, I at least have the option of looking for cryptographic hashes inside PKGBUILDs to establish a trust path. The fingerprint for haskell-core, on the other hand, is in a publically editable wiki.

If there's a way to reset what GHC knows about installed packages, maybe that helps. My current version of aura also consistently fetches outdated versions of PKGBUILDs, so maybe there's a cache in the way somehow?

fosskers commented on 2014-08-21 05:39

It has to do with the versions of libraries used to build aur, lens, and wreq changing.
For aur, it seems you built it with `aeson-0.7.0.6-23b571805a1f17bd7bdb8249990755c3` which is probably no longer on your system (from haskell-core updates, etc).

The easiest thing to do is rebuild those three manually and try again.

vendion commented on 2014-08-20 10:48

Is there an easy way to force rebuilding of the dependencies? When trying to upgrade to 1.3.0.1-1:

==> Starting build()...
Setup: The following installed packages are broken because other packages they
depend on are missing. These broken packages must be rebuilt before they can
be used.
package aur-2.0.1 is broken due to missing package
aeson-0.7.0.6-23b571805a1f17bd7bdb8249990755c3,
aeson-pretty-0.7.1-8135b6d926891288eeb48fe47ccf2311,
lens-4.2-b5eb48eb863f6f610bee50208656b85f
package lens-4.3.3 is broken due to missing package
aeson-0.7.0.6-23b571805a1f17bd7bdb8249990755c3,
attoparsec-0.11.3.4-0475ed8f075cbbd0c50b5e8cab697b06,
bifunctors-4.1.1.1-4f52d408acc199263b20356b92e50743,
comonad-4.2-781961fe34e38e940b533384fe446a5b,
contravariant-0.6-d4c4d0bf0b95af68a24c0886d940a860,
free-4.9-34e07f6b8c67dbfc0e93a1720512b7d0,
profunctors-4.0.4-f7ed825ef7d051c5543e4f54b373a116,
scientific-0.3.2.1-47007b6848a295a93037722ce893b64f,
semigroupoids-4.0.2.1-b472e5cc0eb3dbec5d54722b9df8fe97,
semigroups-0.15.1-9eb92a02fdc3fb445bf702cf95a6990c,
void-0.6.1-3479b78634b34ce751714fc5754b51c6
package wreq-0.1.0.1 is broken due to missing package
aeson-0.7.0.6-23b571805a1f17bd7bdb8249990755c3,
attoparsec-0.11.3.4-0475ed8f075cbbd0c50b5e8cab697b06,
http-client-0.3.6-f25c54c22276ab5d78f666008584a702,
http-client-tls-0.2.2-df0bd7c6d678268ec5b5148754a918bf,
lens-4.2-b5eb48eb863f6f610bee50208656b85f
==> ERROR: A failure occurred in build().
Aborting...

Configuring aura-1.3.0.1...

Not sure what caused all those packages to break though.

fosskers commented on 2014-08-18 21:54

Unfortunately not.

varnion commented on 2014-08-16 20:29

is there a way to produce a non-colored output?

fosskers commented on 2014-08-15 16:27

That's probably because `haskell-reflection` doesn't have `staticlibs` in its options array.

insequent commented on 2014-08-15 16:15

I also ran into:

/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lHSreflection-1.3.2

This is probably not the best fix, but I used:

sudo ln -s /usr/lib/ghc-7.8.3/site-local/reflection-1.3.2/libHSreflection-1.3.2-ghc7.8.3.so /usr/lib/ghc-7.8.3/site-local/reflection-1.3.2/libHSreflection-1.3.2.so

fosskers commented on 2014-08-14 17:24

Do you mind trying the installation process with `[haskell-core]` activated?