Package Details: python-flask-paginate 0.8.1-4

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/python-flask-paginate.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: python-flask-paginate
Description: A simple paginate extension for flask
Upstream URL: https://pypi.org/project/flask-paginate
Keywords: flask paginate python
Licenses: BSD
Submitter: RcrdBrt
Maintainer: braderhart
Last Packager: braderhart
Votes: 2
Popularity: 0.000056
First Submitted: 2017-10-05 16:43
Last Updated: 2021-06-09 13:26

Latest Comments

braderhart commented on 2021-02-22 13:47

@petris Thanks for letting me know. It should be fixed now.

petris commented on 2021-02-22 00:29

For the latest update (0.8.1-1), the hash is incorrect. Well, technically it's correct but it's the sha256 hash whereas the has field you're using is for sha512 hashes.

braderhart commented on 2020-12-07 03:15

@djmattyg007 Thanks for the information. I've went ahead and bumped the pkgrel for a rebuild per your suggestion. Would you be interested in taking ownership of this package?

djmattyg007 commented on 2020-12-06 07:09

@braderhart I think you only have to look at the sheer number of python packages in the AUR where this was done in the first 24 hours after python3.9 hit the official repos to see that that's the case.

This should link to a list of AUR packages that have "python-" in the name, sorted by last updated time:

https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/?O=0&SeB=n&K=python-&outdated=&SB=l&SO=d&PP=50&do_Search=Go

Check out how many of them have bumped the pkgrel recently with commit messages that explicitly mention Python 3.9. Some examples from the top 50 results when I ran the search, all by different maintainers:

Even if you think it isn't common practice, I'd also argue it's not common practice for people to keep sources around for AUR packages they build just in case they need to manually rebuild it themselves for some reason. That means that even to just rebuild it, they'd need to re-download the sources anyway, at which point it's neither here nor there regarding bumping the pkgrel.

braderhart commented on 2020-12-06 06:57

@djmattyg007 The AUR helpers also provide a mechanism to rebuild the package. I don't feel comfortable bumping the pkgrel to force a rebuild (potentially an unnecessary rebuild depending on when it was installed by the user, or if they haven't upgraded Python). However, if you can show me this is common practice for prominent Python packages then I'll reconsider.

djmattyg007 commented on 2020-12-06 00:45

That isn't necessarily true. A lot of people these days are using AUR helpers such as aurutils, which help you run a proper package repository. In these cases it isn't as straightforward as just rebuilding locally. I run a repository for all the machines in my house. If the pkgrel isn't bumped, there is no update and therefore aurutils doesn't try to rebuild the package.

braderhart commented on 2020-12-03 14:55

@djmattyg007 AUR packages are built locally. In order to rebuild for Python 3.9, you simply need to re-extract and re-run makepkg -si.

djmattyg007 commented on 2020-12-03 08:06

Could you please bump the pkgrel to force a rebuild for python3.9?