Package Details: cemu-git 2.0.26.r4.gdaf3ef0-1

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Package Base: cemu-git
Description: Nintendo Wii U emulator
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Keywords: console game
Licenses: MPL2
Conflicts: cemu
Provides: cemu
Submitter: abouvier
Maintainer: abouvier
Last Packager: abouvier
Votes: 8
Popularity: 0.22
First Submitted: 2022-08-27 04:24 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-02-18 08:19 (UTC)

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abouvier commented on 2022-10-12 17:50 (UTC)

Data and config files previously stored in ~/.local/share/cemu are now searched in ~/.config/Cemu, ~/.local/share/Cemu and ~/.cache/Cemu.

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Martchus commented on 2023-01-23 16:38 (UTC)

@modnoob Just rebuild. This "soname" dependency is automatically determined during the build. There's no change to the PKGBUILD file itself required.

modnoob commented on 2023-01-23 15:31 (UTC)

The build fails with: :: unable to satisfy dependency '' required by cemu-git :: unable to satisfy dependency '' required by cemu-git Time to change some of the dependencys I would guess.

abouvier commented on 2022-12-16 02:34 (UTC)

Oops, I deleted and recloned the cemu repo and now I get the same result as you. The local config of the old repo was probably messed up.

I added --abbrev for nothing it seems :$

patlefort commented on 2022-12-15 23:52 (UTC)

Sorry but no, I tested on many machines with different distro, same result. None of them have anything special, very vanilla.

git describe --long --tags always result in v2.0-22-0-g058d11b.

In any case, adding --abbrev solve the issue.

abouvier commented on 2022-12-15 23:27 (UTC)

I get the same pkgver value (i.e. 2.0.22.r0.g058d11b4) with or without --abbrev=8. There is definitely something weird with your git installation :p

patlefort commented on 2022-12-15 22:18 (UTC)

Same issue as last time. I really think your git command should have --abbrev=8 so that it's consistent for everyone. Something is setting yours to 9 characters instead of 8.

patlefort commented on 2022-11-21 07:55 (UTC)

I do not. I wasn't aware it even existed. From what I'm reading, it seem that packages should use --abbrev=8 in their git command to make sure everyone has the same number of digits.

abouvier commented on 2022-11-21 07:37 (UTC)

Do you have the core.abbrev variable set in your git config file?

patlefort commented on 2022-11-21 07:01 (UTC)

g5adb1e96, it should be g5adb1e9. It should have 8 characters, otherwise it's seen as a future version. That's what your function generate but it seem that you didn't use it, did you manual set the version on your package?

In any case, it's no longer a problem since the version has increased to 2.0.17.

abouvier commented on 2022-11-08 07:55 (UTC) (edited on 2022-11-08 07:56 (UTC) by abouvier)

What character? It's the standard version scheme used by many packages.