Package Details: autojump 22.5.3-9

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Package Base: autojump
Description: A faster way to navigate your filesystem from the command line
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Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: shonenjump
Submitter: graysky
Maintainer: graysky
Last Packager: graysky
Votes: 37
Popularity: 1.68
First Submitted: 2019-11-21 20:22 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2022-05-05 18:16 (UTC)

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MithicSpirit commented on 2022-01-05 22:41 (UTC)

@wadouk this may vary if you're using an AUR helper, but with makepkg you can rebuild it by cleaning out the directory with the PKGBUILD of any build artifacts (or delete it altogether and reclone the git repo), then re-run makepkg -sri.

wadouk commented on 2022-01-05 21:44 (UTC)

@graysky what do you mean by "rebuild" ? any post to follow ? some cache directories to clean or pacman command ?

already fixed by (copy python3.9 -> 3.10)

graysky commented on 2022-01-05 11:11 (UTC)

In the future, query ownership of a file with pacman -Qo /path/to/file

morganh commented on 2022-01-05 04:54 (UTC)

@graysky @MithicSpirit, roger, will fix locally. I assumed this was installed by the package, but maybe not. Thanks!

graysky commented on 2021-12-30 21:55 (UTC)

Since is an upstream file, I feel comfortable having this package supply it.

MithicSpirit commented on 2021-12-30 21:09 (UTC)

@morganh you can fix that by deleting the file that is currently in the filesystem (sudo rm /usr/share/fish/functions/ Something else you did on your system must have put it there (maybe manually installing autojump?). If you want to be safe you should also back it up before deleting.

morganh commented on 2021-12-30 20:53 (UTC)

Howdy, On line 49 you probably want to check if the file exists before moving it. Now when upgrading this package, I receive:

error: failed to commit transaction (conflicting files)
autojump: /usr/share/fish/functions/ exists in filesystem

alfredo.ardito commented on 2021-12-13 12:04 (UTC)

@MithicSpirit, @graysky yes u're right. I followed your advice. It worked. thx

MithicSpirit commented on 2021-12-13 11:27 (UTC)

@alfredo.ardito rebuilding it has worked for me. Make sure to clean out the directory of any build artifacts and results since they may cause makepkg to give up since it's already built (or you can just delete and re-clone the repo if you're lazy).

graysky commented on 2021-12-13 11:26 (UTC)

@alfredo - you need to rebuild it against python 3.10.