Archlinux builds with cmake miss rhash dependency

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Archlinux builds with cmake miss rhash dependency

Andreas Baumann-2
Hi,


Building a package on Archlinux, 64-bit with cmake results in

"nothing provides rhash needed by cmake"


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Andreas

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Re: Archlinux builds with cmake miss rhash dependency

Michael Schroeder-4
On Fri, Dec 15, 2017 at 03:12:17PM +0100, Andreas Baumann wrote:
> Hi,
> Building a package on Archlinux, 64-bit with cmake results in
>
> "nothing provides rhash needed by cmake"

rhash seems to be in the Community repo. I wonder why a Extra package
has a hard dependency on a Community package, is that an oversight or
done on purpose?

Cheers,
  Michael.

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Archlinux Community disappeared

Andreas Baumann-2
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Hi,

When I click on "Repositories", "Add Repositories' I cannot
see the "Archlinux Community" Repository anymore. I was
able to select it from home:andreas_baumann but I'm not able
to select it for another user.

BTW: The distinction in Core/Extra and Community doesn't make much
sense for Archlinux as you usually need all three of them to build
software.

Cheers

Andreas

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Re: Archlinux Community disappeared

Adrian Schröter
On Samstag, 30. Dezember 2017, 14:18:50 CET wrote Andreas Baumann:
> Hi,
>
> When I click on "Repositories", "Add Repositories' I cannot
> see the "Archlinux Community" Repository anymore. I was

I don't think it was ever there .... but added now.

> able to select it from home:andreas_baumann but I'm not able
> to select it for another user.
>
> BTW: The distinction in Core/Extra and Community doesn't make much
> sense for Archlinux as you usually need all three of them to build
> software.

Well, it decreases most likely the level of trust since you give
more people a chance to modify your build ... or why does Arch organize
it in different repos?

> Cheers
>
> Andreas
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Archlinux: make nothing provides guile and naming 'Arch'

Andreas Baumann-2
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Hi,


When I select "Archlinux Community" from the repository list I
get a repo added named only 'Arch'.

I also get the error 'nothing provides guile provided by make'.

This is on https://build.opensuse.org/project/monitor/home:andreas_baumann

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