Package Details: cgoban3 3.5.22-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/cgoban3.git (read-only)
Package Base: cgoban3
Description: Kiseido Go and SGF client
Upstream URL: http://gokgs.com/
Licenses: Freeware
Submitter: SkizoRutabaga
Maintainer: dysphoria
Last Packager: dysphoria
Votes: 55
Popularity: 0.697159
First Submitted: 2007-06-12 12:37
Last Updated: 2017-02-22 16:43

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dysphoria commented on 2017-03-16 21:07

For users having trouble with validity check, try cleaning your AUR helper's cache; you might have the old .jar file.

If all things fail, try manually building:
Download and extract the snapshot, and run
makepkg --syncdeps --install
on the same folder as the PKGBUILD.
If installed successfully, you can delete the folder afterwards.

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dysphoria commented on 2017-04-08 02:32

@AK_IL
Where the cache is depends on what AUR helper you're using, if any.

I think the simplest way is to just download and extract the snapshot, and run
makepkg --syncdeps --install

AK_IL commented on 2017-04-07 13:02

I ran pacman -Scc but I still get error with validity check.
What should I do?

dysphoria commented on 2017-03-16 21:07

For users having trouble with validity check, try cleaning your AUR helper's cache; you might have the old .jar file.

If all things fail, try manually building:
Download and extract the snapshot, and run
makepkg --syncdeps --install
on the same folder as the PKGBUILD.
If installed successfully, you can delete the folder afterwards.

drowland commented on 2016-07-21 15:57

Got errors building this package today. makepkg automatically starts extracting the jre file and then bsdtar fails with a "Can't replace existing directory with non-directory" (not quite sure why).

Adding the following line after the "source=(...)" section fixed the problem for me and probably makes sense, since the jar file is only going to be copied over anyway:
noextract=('cgoban.jar')

SkizoRutabaga commented on 2015-01-18 21:24

Hi everyone,

thank you for helping me out on maintaining this package. Lately I did not have enough time to rebuild, which means it's time for me to pass it to someone else.

Cheers !

xyproto commented on 2015-01-17 21:43

Yes, please change "build()" to "package()".

Schmeidenbacher commented on 2015-01-11 13:30

@Xiaoming94:

As a quick fix: You just need to open the PKGBUILD and rename the build() function into package().

This package does basicaly only download it's sources and package them directly anyway. There is no real build-step.

But yes, this package should be updated.

Schmeidenbacher commented on 2015-01-11 13:28

@Xiaoming94

As a quick fix: In this case you just need to edit the PKGBUILD and rename the build() function to package().

Since in th is packages case it actually only directly packages what it downloaded anyway. There is no build step with it.

But yes, the package should be updated.

Xiaoming94 commented on 2015-01-10 21:51

Really need to patch the PKGBUILD, Can't even build this package since I package() is missing

Rhinoceros commented on 2014-12-27 14:23

Builds and installs fine, but I still get the following warning, despite the earlier comments.

==> WARNING: Using a PKGBUILD without a package() function is deprecated.

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