Package Details: storageexplorer 1.13.1-1

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Package Base: storageexplorer
Description: Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer is a standalone app from Microsoft that allows you to easily work with Azure Storage data on Windows, macOS and Linux.
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Keywords: azure cloud microsoft storage
Licenses: unknown
Provides: storageexplorer
Submitter: XenGi
Maintainer: faultylee
Last Packager: faultylee
Votes: 17
Popularity: 0.31
First Submitted: 2017-02-23 15:38
Last Updated: 2020-05-20 03:31

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faultylee commented on 2020-05-20 03:56

Sorry for the late update. The latest 1.13.1 works with dotnet-runtime > 2.2, please update if you encounter any issues.

armadillo commented on 2020-04-01 14:49

@faultylee - thanks for that - to be frank, I'm not sure why the dotnet package was pulled so quickly - seems to be against the spirit of .net to remove older versions with such haste

faultylee commented on 2020-03-31 07:43

@armadillo, this is probably not the recommended method, you can still get dotnet-runtime-2.2 from here

I've raise the issue here

faultylee commented on 2020-03-25 11:04

@armadillo I just checked, there's no update for storageexplorer and using the latest dotnet-runtime doesn't work. I'll wait for upstream changes before updating the package again.

armadillo commented on 2020-03-22 22:46

@faultylee - dotnet-runtime-2.2 package is no longer available - not sure if storageexplorer can be rebuilt for dotnet-runtime, i.e. 3.1 version?

faultylee commented on 2020-02-04 14:13

Thank you all for the notes and feedback. I've just updated and sorry for the long delay.

daurnimator commented on 2020-01-28 01:10

Could your remove gconf from the list of dependencies? It shouldn't be required by modern electron apps.

gnloch commented on 2020-01-14 12:06

@faultylee, arch updated dotnet to version 3. Since storageexplorer uses dotnet core 2.2, this PKGBUILD should be updated to use dotnet-runtime-2.2 package. Also, with this dotnet update we do not need to set DOTNET_ROOT anymore since it was moved to the default location.

faultylee commented on 2020-01-02 14:08

@davvidjytang, that's a good note, I'll probably add the downloaded package name into gitignore. On a side note I was also thinking to suffix the version to the downloaded filename, not sure if that's a good practice.

davidjytang commented on 2020-01-02 05:43

jungliztik and faultylee, thanks for your help that put me on the right path and I managed to resolve it now.

I manually manage AUR packages.

When I update I usually do:

  1. git pull
  2. git clean -fd
  3. makepkg -sir

I assumed step 2 would delete all the downloaded tarball since it is not committed to source. But in fact step 2 does not delete gitignored tarball, which result in makepkg not redownloading tarball since it already exists.

I guess my step 2 should become

git clean -fdx

so that it cleans gitignored tarballs from now on.