On Fri Apr 06, 2018 08:35PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> On Fri, 6 Apr 2018 14:11:44 -0400, Trey Sizemore via arch-general wrote:
> >I've recently been getting the following errors for the libsecret
> >package, and I'm not sure how to best resolve:
> >Making package: lib32-libsecret 0.18.6-1 (Fri Apr 6 13:15:40 EDT 2018)
> >==> Checking runtime dependencies...
> >==> Missing dependencies:
> > -> libsecret=0.18.6
> >Or this variation with pacman:
> >error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
> >:: lib32-libsecret: installing libsecret (0.18.6-1) breaks dependency
> >Any help is greatly appreciated!
> 1. You are building lib32-libsecret from AUR. So it doesn't depend to
> this mailing list.
> 2. Just force to install the dependency $_pkgbasename=$pkgver, aka
> libsecret=0.18.6 and break the dependency libsecret=0.18.5+14+g9980655,
> which seemingly is the a dependency for the outdated
> lib32-libsecret package (and perhaps other packages, too, which is not
> that hard to check ;). To avoid partial upgrades, you anyway need to
> install libsecret 0.18.6 and rebuild any local/inofficial package
> against libsecret 0.18.6, if it should be a dependency.
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