## Package Details: calibre-common-git 4.6.0.r6.g15e247f88a-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/calibre-git.git (read-only, click to copy) calibre-git Ebook management application (common files) https://calibre-ebook.com/ GPL3 calibre<4.6.0.r6.g15e247f88a, calibre-common calibre-common eschwartz eschwartz eschwartz 14 0.038677 2015-08-09 15:02 2019-12-13 21:36

### Sources (5)

#### eschwartz commented on 2019-11-22 06:34

I've pushed an update I've been experimenting with -- calibre-python3-git and calibre-git now depend on a "common" package, and you can install one or both as you wish. I'd still advise having the calibre2 version around, though...

#### eschwartz commented on 2019-11-15 02:24

Yeah, let me go rebuild my custom repo for python3.8 right now.

#### chrisjbillington commented on 2019-11-15 01:59

@eschwartz, thanks for this package. When you have time, would you be able to rebuild it for python 3.8 in your custom repo? Many thanks!

#### c-reeder commented on 2019-10-31 23:14

@eschwartz, thanks for the response! Okay, so.....pacman -Qkk qt5-base reports no errors and according to pacman -Qi qt5-base, I'm using the official version from the repos maintained by "Antonio Rojas arojas@archlinux.org".

I just did a chroot test, and sure enough....it compiled no problem. Could it have to do with the fact that I also have some mingw-64-qt packages installed? I would think not, but it's the only other QT-providing package that I can think of that I have installed.

#### eschwartz commented on 2019-10-30 03:07

@doctorguapo, I have no idea why that would happen. Does it build in a clean chroot? Does pacman -Qkk qt5-base report any issues? Can you double-check in the output of pacman -Qi qt5-base that you're using the package from the official repos?

For some reason, it would seem you're missing some formats in the output of:

python -c "from PyQt5.QtGui import QImageReader; print([f.data().decode('utf-8') for f in QImageReader.supportedImageFormats()])"


#### c-reeder commented on 2019-10-25 22:04

For whatever reason, everything compiles fine for me, but when I get to the check() phase, several tests fail with the same error:

ValueError: Failed to export image as JPEG with error: Unsupported image format

Then at the end, it gives me:

AssertionError: Items in the second set but not the first: 'jpg' 'gif' 'svg' 'ico' : Qt doesn't seem to be able to load some of its image plugins. Available plugins: {'xpm', 'xbm', 'pgm', 'ppm', 'png', 'bmp', 'pbm'}

This seems very strange to me given that according to https://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qtimageformats-index.html jpg is one of the file types supported by default.

#### eschwartz commented on 2019-04-24 19:03

Given recent efforts to port calibre to python3, which are finally reaching an interesting stage, I have turned this into a split package providing a python3 component. Some things work, some things don't, so I strongly expect you'll want to have the python2 version available at a minimum... so they will share many files and the python3 version will depend on the python2 version.

I provide prebuilt packages in my custom repository, signed by my TU packaging key: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Unofficial_user_repositories#eschwartz

See https://github.com/kovidgoyal/calibre/pull/870 for more discussion on the port.

#### eschwartz commented on 2019-01-28 13:42

I don't understand your meaning at all. For one, neither of those two are dependencies at all -- one is a makedepends and the other is a checkdepends. On top of that, why would sip have anything to do with Wayland vs. xorg? At least xorg-server-xvfb is genuinely an xorg-related package, if only it weren't merely a checkdepends.

#### soloturn commented on 2019-01-28 09:45

on wayland the dependency xorg-server-xvfb-1.20.3-1-x86_64, and sip seems surprising?

#### tmrd commented on 2018-07-23 18:27

@evamvid I've tried adding the -git suffix to rapydscript-ng but to no avail, makepkg still outputs

==> ERROR: 'pacman' failed to install missing dependencies.
==> WARNING: Failed to remove installed dependencies.