Package Details: deno-init 1.0+deno+1.x-2

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/deno-init.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: deno-init
Description: Startup AUR providing the latest deno runtime, then you can upgrade deno using `deno upgrade`
Upstream URL: https://deno.land
Keywords: deno initializer javascript runtime typescript
Licenses: MIT
Conflicts: deno, deno-bin, deno-git
Provides: deno
Submitter: chardon_cs
Maintainer: chardon_cs
Last Packager: chardon_cs
Votes: 1
Popularity: 0.001515
First Submitted: 2023-06-02 10:39 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-08-19 00:33 (UTC)

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chardon_cs commented on 2023-06-02 10:48 (UTC) (edited on 2023-06-02 14:52 (UTC) by chardon_cs)

Please do not flag this package out-of-date! That version is the version of this AUR, not that of deno :)

This AUR just acts as a startup, which gives you freedom to manage deno.

deno-init is NOT the same as deno-bin. I know deno-bin. I have ever used that AUR. And it is a reason I created this AUR (as I mention below).

The reasons why I created this AUR are:

  1. I found the official deno package is poorly maintained
  2. There is some inconveniences to update an AUR, which is not as clean as just deno upgrade

(On a second thought, if the package managed by pacman were good, the life could be much simpler. We either didn't need these alternative AURs to begin with XD)

Latest Comments

chardon_cs commented on 2023-06-02 14:49 (UTC)

No, deno-init is NOT exactly the same as deno-bin. deno-bin's version gets updated alongside deno, while this won't.

japareaggae commented on 2023-06-02 12:50 (UTC)

Hello, this seems to be a duplicate of https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/deno-bin, any reason for this?

chardon_cs commented on 2023-06-02 10:48 (UTC) (edited on 2023-06-02 14:52 (UTC) by chardon_cs)

Please do not flag this package out-of-date! That version is the version of this AUR, not that of deno :)

This AUR just acts as a startup, which gives you freedom to manage deno.

deno-init is NOT the same as deno-bin. I know deno-bin. I have ever used that AUR. And it is a reason I created this AUR (as I mention below).

The reasons why I created this AUR are:

  1. I found the official deno package is poorly maintained
  2. There is some inconveniences to update an AUR, which is not as clean as just deno upgrade

(On a second thought, if the package managed by pacman were good, the life could be much simpler. We either didn't need these alternative AURs to begin with XD)