Package Details: chirp-next 20240222-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/chirp-next.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: chirp-next
Description: GUI tool for programming ham radios, built from daily build
Upstream URL: https://chirp.danplanet.com
Licenses: GPL-3.0-or-later
Conflicts: chirp, chirp-daily
Provides: chirp
Submitter: WT5A
Maintainer: WT5A
Last Packager: WT5A
Votes: 49
Popularity: 0.92
First Submitted: 2023-01-22 22:04 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-02-23 01:03 (UTC)

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ak2021 commented on 2024-02-23 09:54 (UTC) (edited on 2024-02-23 09:56 (UTC) by ak2021)

I'm getting this error.

Failed to prepare transaction
Failed to generate chirp-next information

Ignore that, the package manager failed to install it but 'yay' installed it fine.

WT5A commented on 2024-01-19 04:00 (UTC)

alright, did it.

Coelacanthus commented on 2024-01-16 16:38 (UTC)

Please follow RFC16 use SPDX identifier.

https://gitlab.archlinux.org/archlinux/rfcs/-/blob/master/rfcs/0016-spdx-license-identifiers.rst

petris commented on 2023-12-27 20:07 (UTC)

Thanks!!

WT5A commented on 2023-12-27 17:46 (UTC)

alright, fixed. it builds in a clean chroot for me now.

petris commented on 2023-12-27 16:57 (UTC)

This doesn't build in a clean chroot due to the following line:

_site_packages=$(python -c "import site; print(site.getsitepackages()[0])")

It should be moved into the package() function where it's actually used; here's an example official package that does similar: https://gitlab.archlinux.org/archlinux/packaging/packages/mitmproxy/-/blob/main/PKGBUILD?ref_type=heads#L76

schinfo commented on 2023-11-23 11:03 (UTC)


Vorbereitung...
Überprüfe chirp-next Abhängigkeiten...
Abhängigkeiten werden aufgelöst...
Interne Konflikte werden überprüft...
Klone chirp-next Build-Dateien...
Generiere chirp-next Informationen...
Edit chirp-next build files

Klone chirp-next Build-Dateien...
Generiere chirp-next Informationen...
Überprüfe chirp-next Abhängigkeiten...
Abhängigkeiten werden aufgelöst...
Interne Konflikte werden überprüft...

Erstelle chirp-next...
==> Erstelle Paket: chirp-next 20231123-1 (Do 23 Nov 2023 11:59:34 CET)
==> Prüfe Laufzeit-Abhängigkeiten...
==> Prüfe Buildtime-Abhängigkeiten...
==> Empfange Quellen...
  -> Lade chirp-next-20231123.tar.gz herunter...
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==> Überprüfe source Dateien mit sha1sums...
    chirp-next-20231123.tar.gz ... Erfolg
==> Entferne existierendes $srcdir/ Verzeichnis...
==> Entpacke Quellen...
  -> Entpacke chirp-next-20231123.tar.gz mit bsdtar
==> Beginne build()...
* Getting build dependencies for wheel...
[11/23/23 11:59:38] ERROR    listing git files failed - pretending     git.py:24
                             there aren't any                                   
warning: no previously-included files found matching 'chirp/locale/*'
* Building wheel...
[11/23/23 11:59:38] ERROR    listing git files failed - pretending     git.py:24
                             there aren't any                                   
warning: no previously-included files found matching 'chirp/locale/*'
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.de.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

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        ############################
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        ############################
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        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.de.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.de.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.de.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.el.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
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        ############################
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        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

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        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.el.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.el.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.el.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.en_US.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.en_US.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.en_US.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.en_US.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.en_US.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.es.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.es.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.es.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.es.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.es.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.fr.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.fr.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.fr.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.fr.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.fr.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.hu.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.hu.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.hu.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.hu.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.hu.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.it.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.it.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.it.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.it.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.it.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.nl.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.nl.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.nl.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.nl.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.nl.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.pl.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.pl.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.pl.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.pl.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.pl.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.pt_BR.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.pt_BR.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.pt_BR.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.pt_BR.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.pt_BR.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.ru.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.ru.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.ru.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.ru.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.ru.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.tr_TR.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.tr_TR.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.tr_TR.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.tr_TR.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.tr_TR.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.uk_UA.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.uk_UA.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.uk_UA.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.uk_UA.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.uk_UA.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.locale.zh_CN.LC_MESSAGES' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.locale.zh_CN.LC_MESSAGES' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.locale.zh_CN.LC_MESSAGES' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.locale.zh_CN.LC_MESSAGES' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.locale.zh_CN.LC_MESSAGES' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.share' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.share' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.share' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.share' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.share' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
/usr/lib/python3.11/site-packages/setuptools/command/build_py.py:201: _Warning: Package 'chirp.stock_configs' is absent from the `packages` configuration.
!!

        ********************************************************************************
        ############################
        # Package would be ignored #
        ############################
        Python recognizes 'chirp.stock_configs' as an importable package[^1],
        but it is absent from setuptools' `packages` configuration.

        This leads to an ambiguous overall configuration. If you want to distribute this
        package, please make sure that 'chirp.stock_configs' is explicitly added
        to the `packages` configuration field.

        Alternatively, you can also rely on setuptools' discovery methods
        (for example by using `find_namespace_packages(...)`/`find_namespace:`
        instead of `find_packages(...)`/`find:`).

        You can read more about "package discovery" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/package_discovery.html

        If you don't want 'chirp.stock_configs' to be distributed and are
        already explicitly excluding 'chirp.stock_configs' via
        `find_namespace_packages(...)/find_namespace` or `find_packages(...)/find`,
        you can try to use `exclude_package_data`, or `include-package-data=False` in
        combination with a more fine grained `package-data` configuration.

        You can read more about "package data files" on setuptools documentation page:

        - https://setuptools.pypa.io/en/latest/userguide/datafiles.html


        [^1]: For Python, any directory (with suitable naming) can be imported,
              even if it does not contain any `.py` files.
              On the other hand, currently there is no concept of package data
              directory, all directories are treated like packages.
        ********************************************************************************

!!
  check.warn(importable)
Successfully built chirp-20231123-py3-none-any.whl
==> Betrete fakeroot Umgebung...
==> Beginne package()...
==> Säubere Installation...
  -> Entferne leere Verzeichnisse...
  -> Entferne libtool Dateien...
  -> Bereinige ungewollte Dateien...
  -> Entferne statische Bibliotheken...
  -> Entferne unnötige Symbole aus Binär-Dateien und Bibliotheken...
  -> Komprimiere Man-Pages und Info-Seiten...
==> Prüfe auf Paketierungsprobleme...
==> Erstelle Paket "chirp-next"...
  -> Erstelle .PKGINFO Datei...
  -> Erstelle .BUILDINFO Datei...
  -> Füge install Datei hinzu...
  -> Erstelle .MTREE-Datei...
  -> Komprimiere Paket... 
==> Verlasse fakeroot Umgebung.
==> Beendete Erstellung: chirp-next 20231123-1 (Do 23 Nov 2023 11:59:49 CET)
==> Räume auf...

Überprüfe Schlüsselring...
Integrität wird überprüft...
Paketdateien werden geladen...
Dateikonflikte werden überprüft...
Überprüfe verfügbaren Speicherplatz...
Installiere chirp-next (20231123-1)...
==> You may need to add your user to the 'uucp' group to access serial ports and devices.
==> This can be accomplished with: 'sudo usermod -aG uucp $USER'
==> Then you will need to log out and back in for it to take effect.
Starte Post-Transaction-Hooks...
Arming ConditionNeedsUpdate...
Updating the desktop file MIME type cache...
Vorgang erfolgreich abgeschlossen.

Misaka13514 commented on 2023-10-26 00:36 (UTC)

If the 404 persists, you can try switching the source to archive.org or a similar site.

WT5A commented on 2023-10-25 22:24 (UTC)

that is a chirpc issue, it looks like that URL is no longer the git repository. I don't know if it's supported anymore since it hasn't been updated since 2018.

SR-G commented on 2023-10-25 21:26 (UTC)

Not sure to know what to do, it seems there is a step failing (404 - remote file not found) ...

Packages (1) chirp-next-20231021-1

Total Installed Size:  19.92 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] 
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==> You may need to add your user to the 'uucp' group to access serial ports and devices.
==> This can be accomplished with: 'sudo usermod -aG uucp $USER'
==> Then you will need to log out and back in for it to take effect.
Optional dependencies for chirp-next
    hamradio-menus: XDG menus for ham radio software
:: Running post-transaction hooks...
(1/2) Arming ConditionNeedsUpdate...
(2/2) Updating the desktop file MIME type cache...
==> Making package: chirpc 1-1 (Wed Oct 25 23:25:16 2023)
==> Checking runtime dependencies...
==> Checking buildtime dependencies...
==> Retrieving sources...
  -> Downloading chirpc...
  % Total    % Received % Xferd  Average Speed   Time    Time     Time  Current
                                 Dload  Upload   Total   Spent    Left  Speed
  0   459    0     0    0     0      0      0 --:--:--  0:00:01 --:--:--     0
curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 404
==> ERROR: Failure while downloading https://chirp.danplanet.com/projects/chirp/repository/revisions/797a3a043831/raw/chirpc
    Aborting...
 -> error making: chirpc-exit status 1
 -> Failed to install the following packages. Manual intervention is required:
chirpc - exit status 1