Package Details: everdo 1.8.2-2

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Package Base: everdo
Description: The Perfect App for GTD / Getting Things Done
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Licenses: unknown
Submitter: YagiOoda
Maintainer: YagiOoda
Last Packager: j.taala
Votes: 9
Popularity: 0.001753
First Submitted: 2018-11-23 00:17 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2022-08-31 21:23 (UTC)

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j.taala commented on 2023-10-01 22:31 (UTC)

Hey YagiOda,

Went to update this package and appears I'm no longer a co-maintainer. Re-add me and I'll update this package.



j.taala commented on 2023-10-01 22:22 (UTC) (edited on 2023-10-01 22:22 (UTC) by j.taala)

I've never removed packages with yay - most likely that command will just remove the yay-cached package (not actual installed system package).

Try a:

sudo pacman -R everdo

to try actually remove the installed package.

SR-G commented on 2023-10-01 12:43 (UTC)

So i removed the AUR package (yay --remove everdo) and installed the PACMAN file from link provided below (sudo pacman -S everdo-1.8.5.pacman).

But now yay is continously showing

 -> everdo: local (1.8.5-1) is newer than AUR (1.8.2-2)

whereas i removed it through yay just before !

Any idea how to solve that ?

eriks commented on 2023-08-04 08:00 (UTC)

Pacman package is available again:

j.taala commented on 2023-04-17 23:29 (UTC) (edited on 2023-04-17 23:30 (UTC) by j.taala)

Can't access the pacman package (looks like it's happened before). We can't update the AUR package until upstream fixes that access issue. Has been reported - hopefully they fix it soon.

stef204 commented on 2023-04-17 13:22 (UTC)

@j.taala yes, on the 403 for 1.8.5.pacman, same here.

stef204 commented on 2023-04-17 13:19 (UTC)

@YagiOoda I believe you should (soft) link the executable '/opt/Everdo/everdo' to '/usr/bin/everdo', would make it more standard, I believe.

j.taala commented on 2023-04-16 10:10 (UTC)

hmmm - anyone else getting a 403 for ?

j.taala commented on 2022-07-23 12:44 (UTC)

Good call mindless_canary, that should have been dbus from core repo. My arch derivative has a dbus-X11 core package (which is different from AUR dbus-x11) - hence namcap reported that as a suitable dep. Fixed.

mindless_canary commented on 2022-07-23 12:16 (UTC)

This dependency to dbus-x11 is unacceptable. It can't be, that I have to replace a such a core-package like dbus with some random self-compiled version for something simple like everdo.

Please either find a workaround for this or use the appimage as source.