Package Details: syncthing-bin 0.14.52-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/syncthing-bin.git (read-only)
Package Base: syncthing-bin
Description: Open Source Continuous Replication / Cluster Synchronization Thing: binary.
Upstream URL: http://syncthing.net/
Licenses: MPLv2
Conflicts: syncthing
Provides: syncthing=0.14.52
Submitter: jasonwryan
Maintainer: jasonwryan
Last Packager: jasonwryan
Votes: 25
Popularity: 0.000953
First Submitted: 2014-08-26 08:54
Last Updated: 2018-11-06 20:09

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jasonwryan commented on 2014-09-27 20:06

Clearly I haven't used that architecture...

Fixed: thanks.

Mikaye commented on 2014-09-27 19:55

The armv5h is called "arm" on the arch field of the PKGBUILD.

jasonwryan commented on 2014-09-27 19:42

Added armv5

Mikaye commented on 2014-09-27 12:35

Please add arm architecture (armv5). Thanks !

jasonwryan commented on 2014-09-08 08:16

`--user` mode is still some way from being ready for prime time, and the man page you are referencing makes no mention of depreacting @service, so I see no compelling reason to change the current packaging.

jancici commented on 2014-09-08 07:50

sorry, I dont have a link, I did read that somewhere ...
as you can read from that man page, section Unit Load Path, they are saying about two types or running.
I thing that syncthing should be run in user mode.

jasonwryan commented on 2014-09-07 21:21

@janici do you have a link?

The man page still indicates this is the correct way to start a service from a template:
http://www.freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/systemd.unit.html

jancici commented on 2014-09-07 18:37

I think that using systemctl start syncthing@UserName is deprecated {I am not 100% sure}
So there should be syncthing_user.service which could be used as follow:
systemctl --user start syncthing

thanks

jasonwryan commented on 2014-09-05 22:32

I've automated the updating of all the sha1sums across the architectures, so you should just be able to run `makepkg -i` and have the package install...

roguewolf commented on 2014-09-02 18:55

That's very useful, thank you. I'll run that in future.