Package Details: tera-cli 0.5.0-1

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Package Base: tera-cli
Description: CLI to make one-off Tera templating easier
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Keywords: templating tera
Licenses: MIT
Conflicts: teracli
Submitter: powerofzero
Maintainer: powerofzero
Last Packager: powerofzero
Votes: 2
Popularity: 0.000465
First Submitted: 2022-01-09 21:49 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-02-17 03:03 (UTC)

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alerque commented on 2023-02-17 10:03 (UTC)

The AUR naming could be fixed and given to the most likely candidate for a given name. I could even take care of that change (as a TU), but I'm not convinced it is called for here. There is not a clear win over which project is more canonical, and this one the one you packaged is registered on as tera-cli. Te other one that I packaged is registered there as teracli (presumably because the former was taken). Both projects install binaries called tera and have their GitHub repos called tera-cli, which makes it all really confusing. I think for the time being I would leave the AUR packages like this following the naming of each project. If that ever changes we can follow suite here, or if it becomes much more clear that one project is dead and the other lives on then we might go ahead too, but I think it is too early to make that call.

powerofzero commented on 2023-02-17 03:08 (UTC)

Thanks for the heads up, and I've pushed an update. I was actually not aware of the chevdor/tera-cli project, and while I'm no longer actively using either tera-cli so I can't test it, chevdor/tera-cli seems to supersede guangie88/tera-cli, so I would also be interested in migrating this name to that project, if that is something that is possible in the AUR. I am not familiar with AUR policies and procedures around this though and atm I do not have time to research it. If you have insight that would be appreciated.

alerque commented on 2023-02-16 11:13 (UTC) (edited on 2023-02-16 11:14 (UTC) by alerque)

Not to be confused with teracli, a similar project of nearly the same name. I've added a conflicts=() tag to teracli but it might be worth adding here too.