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i requested a merge of python-gitpython into python-git

THIS SHOULD BE CANCELED.

They need to be separate packages. they are for different things.

PRQ # is 7484

Sorry for the confusion


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Re: pending merge request for python-git/python-gitpython, please cancel

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Le 13/02/2017 à 17:03, brent timothy saner via aur-general a écrit :

> i requested a merge of python-gitpython into python-git
>
> THIS SHOULD BE CANCELED.
>
> They need to be separate packages. they are for different things.
>
> PRQ # is 7484
>
> Sorry for the confusion

Please note that PRQs have they own list at
https://lists.archlinux.org/listinfo/aur-requests, where they should be
discussed when needed.

That being said, I’ve tried to understand the differences between both
packages, and if indeed python-gitpython shouldn’t be merged into
python-git, this last one is currently building the GitPython 2.1.1
module instead of python from git (3.7.xxx), and that should be changed.
You should either take care of or orphan it.

Cheers,
Bruno


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Re: pending merge request for python-git/python-gitpython, please cancel

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Le 14/02/2017 à 12:11, Bruno Pagani a écrit :

> Le 13/02/2017 à 17:03, brent timothy saner via aur-general a écrit :
>
>> i requested a merge of python-gitpython into python-git
>>
>> THIS SHOULD BE CANCELED.
>>
>> They need to be separate packages. they are for different things.
>>
>> PRQ # is 7484
>>
>> Sorry for the confusion
> Please note that PRQs have they own list at
> https://lists.archlinux.org/listinfo/aur-requests, where they should be
> discussed when needed.
>
> That being said, I’ve tried to understand the differences between both
> packages, and if indeed python-gitpython shouldn’t be merged into
> python-git, this last one is currently building the GitPython 2.1.1
> module instead of python from git (3.7.xxx), and that should be changed.
> You should either take care of or orphan it.
>
> Cheers,
> Bruno
Also, you should make python-gitpython a split PKGBUILD to also provide
python2-gitpython as the current python-git package provides.


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Re: pending merge request for python-git/python-gitpython, please cancel

Daniel Milde-2
Dne 14.2.2017 v 12:14 Bruno Pagani via aur-general napsal(a):

> Le 14/02/2017 à 12:11, Bruno Pagani a écrit :
>
>> Le 13/02/2017 à 17:03, brent timothy saner via aur-general a écrit :
>>
>>> i requested a merge of python-gitpython into python-git
>>>
>>> THIS SHOULD BE CANCELED.
>>>
>>> They need to be separate packages. they are for different things.
>>>
>>> PRQ # is 7484
>>>
>>> Sorry for the confusion
>> Please note that PRQs have they own list at
>> https://lists.archlinux.org/listinfo/aur-requests, where they should be
>> discussed when needed.
>>
>> That being said, I’ve tried to understand the differences between both
>> packages, and if indeed python-gitpython shouldn’t be merged into
>> python-git, this last one is currently building the GitPython 2.1.1
>> module instead of python from git (3.7.xxx), and that should be changed.
>> You should either take care of or orphan it.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Bruno
> Also, you should make python-gitpython a split PKGBUILD to also provide
> python2-gitpython as the current python-git package provides.
>
Yes, python-git should be probably renamed to something like
python-gitlib and python-hg[1] should be renamed to python-git.

Daniel

[1] https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/python-hg/


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Frederik "Freso" S. Olesen
Den 14-02-2017 kl. 12:19 skrev Daniel Milde:
> Yes, python-git should be probably renamed to something like
> python-gitlib and python-hg[1] should be renamed to python-git.

If the sources are in a Mercurial repository, the package should be -hg,
not -git. But speaking of python-hg... it points to a cpython
repository, so maybe it should really be cpython-hg?

Oh boy! What a mess. :)

--
Namasté,
Frederik “Freso” S. Olesen <https://freso.dk/>
AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org/account/Freso
Wiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/User:Freso


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Re: pending merge request for python-git/python-gitpython, please cancel

Daniel Milde-2
Dne 14.2.2017 v 14:50 Frederik “Freso” S. Olesen napsal(a):
> Den 14-02-2017 kl. 12:19 skrev Daniel Milde:
>> Yes, python-git should be probably renamed to something like
>> python-gitlib and python-hg[1] should be renamed to python-git.
> If the sources are in a Mercurial repository, the package should be -hg,
> not -git. But speaking of python-hg... it points to a cpython
> repository, so maybe it should really be cpython-hg?
>
> Oh boy! What a mess. :)
>

Cpython sources are moved to github now.

Yes, if python and python2 packages are renamed to cpython, then
python-hg/git should be also renamed :)

Daniel


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In reply to this post by Frederik "Freso" S. Olesen
On 02/14/2017 08:50 AM, Frederik “Freso” S. Olesen wrote:
> Den 14-02-2017 kl. 12:19 skrev Daniel Milde:
>> Yes, python-git should be probably renamed to something like
>> python-gitlib and python-hg[1] should be renamed to python-git.
>
> If the sources are in a Mercurial repository, the package should be -hg,
> not -git. But speaking of python-hg... it points to a cpython
> repository, so maybe it should really be cpython-hg?
>
> Oh boy! What a mess. :)

Just like [extra]/python and [extra]/python2, this is the package for
the default C implementation of Python. What is your point?

--
Eli Schwartz


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In reply to this post by Daniel Milde-2
Le 14/02/2017 à 14:56, Daniel Milde a écrit :

> Dne 14.2.2017 v 14:50 Frederik “Freso” S. Olesen napsal(a):
>> Den 14-02-2017 kl. 12:19 skrev Daniel Milde:
>>> Yes, python-git should be probably renamed to something like
>>> python-gitlib and python-hg[1] should be renamed to python-git.
>> If the sources are in a Mercurial repository, the package should be -hg,
>> not -git. But speaking of python-hg... it points to a cpython
>> repository, so maybe it should really be cpython-hg?
>>
>> Oh boy! What a mess. :)
> Cpython sources are moved to github now.
>
> Yes, if python and python2 packages are renamed to cpython, then
> python-hg/git should be also renamed :)
>
> Daniel
Just to be clear for Freso and other people that might be tricked into
that: cpython is upstream name for the standard reference python
interpreter itself (absolutely not an expert in this area, but I would
bet that’s because this is a C implementation of python).

The repo was indeed in mercurial, but as you can see here
https://docs.python.org/devguide/ or here
https://docs.python.org/devguide/setup.html#checkout, it’s now
https://github.com/python/cpython.

So yes, there’s a bit of cleaning to be done regarding this in AUR.

Regards,
Bruno


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