Package Details: trizen 1:1.64-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/trizen.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: trizen
Description: Trizen AUR Package Manager: lightweight pacman wrapper and AUR helper.
Upstream URL: https://github.com/trizen/trizen
Keywords: aur aur-helper helper
Licenses: GPL3
Submitter: trizen
Maintainer: trizen
Last Packager: trizen
Votes: 296
Popularity: 2.63
First Submitted: 2010-07-07 10:21
Last Updated: 2020-10-18 19:20

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trizen commented on 2020-11-09 23:42

@dmnc Hi. Thanks for the message. This is intentional behavior for security reasons. Very few packages have binary files anyway, but the user should be aware of every single file a package contains. Simply hiding the binary files in a package, could pose a security risk.

As an alternative solution, there is the configuration option one_line_edit, which lists the files in a list and asks the user to select which ones to view/edit (requested here).

dmnc commented on 2020-11-09 23:08

@trizen Hi, I can't create the issue on github, so here's my feature request:

Lot of packages asks for editing files. Some of them (binary files) can't be edited, for example PNG file in winbox package: =>> Edit winbox/winbox.png? [y/N]:

What about some whitelisting/blacklisting them or testing the file if it is binary? I.e. file -bL --mime-encoding $filename

trizen commented on 2020-10-22 10:48

@Alfred456654: this change was proposed for the following reasons: https://github.com/trizen/trizen/pull/229

Alfred456654 commented on 2020-10-22 07:11

Since the last version, the default answer after hitting an error has become Y instead of N. Is there a way to revert this behaviour?

trizen commented on 2019-12-28 23:57

@hotice: this issue has been fixed in version 1.62. Thanks for reporting!

hotice commented on 2019-12-16 12:56

After recent perl update the following error comes when checking for AUR packages: Error parsing time at /usr/lib/perl5/5.30/core_perl/Time/Piece.pm line 597.

Please consider use of DateTime::Format::Strptime or an alternative https://stackoverflow.com/questions/32509596/why-do-i-get-error-parsing-time-when-i-use-the-format-string-ftt-with-time

trizen commented on 2019-11-25 21:16

@funkmuscle: Try changing the value of PKGDEST in /etc/makepkg.conf to some other path on another hard drive (preferably somewhere in the $HOME directory).

funkmuscle commented on 2019-11-25 14:27

this upgrade won't build for me.

/usr/bin/makepkg: line 723: /run/media/harv/C29E77669E775241/packages/trizen-1:1.61-1-any.pkg.tar.xz: Invalid argument bsdtar: Write error ==> ERROR: Failed to create package file. The build failed.

trizen commented on 2019-11-24 13:26

@indianahorst: For security reasons, trizen (by default) executes sudo --remove-timestamp before makepkg is executed.

This ensures that sudo privileges do not remain active for any other sudo commands that may appear in a PKGBUILD.

To disable this option, set sudo_remove_timestamp to 0 in the config-file.

indianahorst commented on 2019-11-24 10:34

I have to type in my password, when trizen -Syu finds a package to update from core / extra / community. Thats fine.

But why do I have to type in my password AGAIN, when there is an additional AUR package to update? Can I disable this second password prompt?