Package Details: rstudio-desktop-daily-bin 2023.09.0.463-1

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Package Base: rstudio-desktop-daily-bin
Description: An integrated development environment (IDE) for R (binary version from RStudio official repository)
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Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: rstudio-desktop, rstudio-desktop-bin, rstudio-desktop-git, rstudio-desktop-preview-bin
Provides: rstudio-desktop-daily
Submitter: chendaniely
Maintainer: chendaniely
Last Packager: chendaniely
Votes: 5
Popularity: 0.000027
First Submitted: 2020-05-05 00:04 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-09-26 02:22 (UTC)

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raffaem commented on 2023-07-22 05:19 (UTC)

Please add rstudio-desktop-preview-bin as a conflict

raffaem commented on 2023-07-22 05:16 (UTC)

It says the "ERROR: One or more files did not pass the validity check!"

Alarg commented on 2023-05-31 07:25 (UTC)

Hello, just wanted to inform you that the package can't be built, as it seems, sha256 checksum doesn't match.

rgaiacs commented on 2023-02-03 15:14 (UTC) (edited on 2023-02-03 15:15 (UTC) by rgaiacs)

Create the package is failing with

==> Creating package "rstudio-desktop-daily-bin"...
  -> Generating .PKGINFO file...
  -> Generating .BUILDINFO file...
  -> Generating .MTREE file...
  -> Compressing package...
bsdtar: Option --no-read-sparse is not supported
  List:    bsdtar -tf <archive-filename>
  Extract: bsdtar -xf <archive-filename>
  Create:  bsdtar -cf <archive-filename> [filenames...]
  Help:    bsdtar --help
==> ERROR: Failed to create package file.
 -> error making: rstudio-desktop-daily-bin

chendaniely commented on 2023-01-02 16:04 (UTC)

I had to trace why openssl 1.0 was causing key updating issues, and seemed that it's from Arch updating everything to work with openssl3. The official openssl package is also using 3. I updated the dependencies to only use openssl and updated the daily package to use the Ubuntu 22 deb file instead of the Ubuntu 18/20 deb file.

I think this should work for everyone? (tested it locally before pushing the package to AUR).

I had to sudo pacman -Rnsc openssl-1.0 openssl-1.1 and re-install this package + the postgres dependency.

PS: Happy New Year

LuisDamiano commented on 2022-11-09 14:07 (UTC)

Note that, after today's update for ssh, the bin version won't find I had to install openssl-1.1 to make it work: pacman -S openssl-1.1

chendaniely commented on 2022-10-31 01:16 (UTC)

Thanks @LuisDamiano I updated the package and made your changes. They were working on my local machine.

I also removed the sandbox hack from the .desktop file. This was something that needed to be fixed for the QT version, and no longer applies for the Electron version.

Everything seems to be running like normal on my end!

LuisDamiano commented on 2022-10-24 17:44 (UTC)

Hey @chendaniely, thanks for the update. It's very much welcome, I appreciate your working on this.

Note that /bin/rstudio-daily-bin calls exec /usr/lib/rstudio/bin/rstudio "$@". However, the binary is installed in /usr/lib/rstudio/rstudio (note that the folder and the binary files have the same name). The desktop /usr/share/applications/rstudio.desktop looks good to me.

chendaniely commented on 2022-10-24 04:56 (UTC) (edited on 2022-10-24 04:57 (UTC) by chendaniely)

Hi folks! Sorry it took me a while to figure out how to update this package.

But it should now update using the new electron builds now, too! Main issue was using the deb build that required openssl3 which isn't a thing on Arch yet. That caused a whole bunch of problems trying to get it installed properly and not breaking the rest of my computer. Realized that there were still builds using openssl1 (duh!)

(I can officially claim I did something for hacktoberfest now)

Edit: Just give me some time to get all the automation and stuff working again. But the hardest part is done!

LuisDamiano commented on 2022-07-05 12:37 (UTC)

I used to edit the BUILDPKG by hand and update the URL of the daily build from time to time. However, they seem to have introduced a new modification. Once the deb package is extracted using ar, the content is now in unzstd format. That involves some extra tweaking I haven't gotten to so far.