Package Details: zotero-bin 6.0.20-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/zotero-bin.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: zotero-bin
Description: Zotero Standalone. Is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources.
Upstream URL: https://www.zotero.org/download
Licenses: AGPL3
Conflicts: zotero
Provides: zotero
Replaces: zotero
Submitter: juanmah
Maintainer: juanmah
Last Packager: juanmah
Votes: 373
Popularity: 4.01
First Submitted: 2022-03-27 05:19 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-01-16 06:56 (UTC)

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warwickmm commented on 2023-02-03 15:56 (UTC)

Thanks. Sorry, I missed the note in the changelog.

juanmah commented on 2023-02-03 05:50 (UTC)

Thanks for the explanation @fusion809. I only want to point out that Zotero developers eventually make some fixes only for Mac. Then, they make a new version exclusive for that platform. This practice is not intuitive or habitual, and leads to this conundrum. Thus, I beg to check the changelog (https://www.zotero.org/support/changelog) before notifying if the package is out-of-date.

fusion809 commented on 2023-02-03 04:34 (UTC)

@warwickmm Please only flag this package as out of date when it's actually out of date. If you check the changelog you linked you'll notice 6.0.21 is an update that's only available for macOS. If you go to the download package of Zotero (https://www.zotero.org/download/) you will notice that the download links for Linux and Windows are for 6.0.20, only macOS' download link has been updated to 6.0.21.

daniel_shub commented on 2022-11-02 15:29 (UTC)

I agree with @trallafitti. While the Arch packaging guidelines (https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Arch_package_guidelines#Directories) are vague, the FAQ (https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Frequently_asked_questions#Does_Arch_follow_the_Linux_Foundation's_Filesystem_Hierarchy_Standard_(FHS)?) says that Arch follows the FHS (https://refspecs.linuxfoundation.org/FHS_3.0/fhs/index.html). The FHS is clear that /usr/lib/{pkg} is for architecture-dependent data and /usr/share/{pkg} is for architecture-independent data while /opt/{pkg} is more of a free-for-all.

juanmah commented on 2022-11-02 15:05 (UTC)

Hi @trallafitti, the use of one or the other place is more a matter of opinion. Arch package guidelines only describes very general orientation for this affair. The reality is that all the ways work, all the ways makes sense, and, in the end, there will be always packages in all places. If in the future Arch package guidelines bets for a solution, and it is clearly described, I will change it.

trallafitti commented on 2022-11-02 14:13 (UTC) (edited on 2022-11-02 14:15 (UTC) by trallafitti)

@juanmah Would you consider moving all but the actual library files from /usr/lib/zotero to /usr/share/zotero and moving the binary to /usr/bin instead of symlinking to it? Currently chrome icons, extensions, fonts and a whole lot of poppler-data files are installed to /usr/lib and they don't belong there.

If that is not possible, I believe /opt is a better place for all of this.

petronny commented on 2022-08-13 11:40 (UTC) (edited on 2022-08-13 11:40 (UTC) by petronny)

Oops, just find that 6.0.11 has no binary released. Sorry.

djipey commented on 2022-08-10 23:14 (UTC)

If it's safe we could probably add it to the PKGBUILD

FabioLolix commented on 2022-08-10 21:21 (UTC)

@djipey it is builded by Arch Linux Chinese Community Repository https://github.com/archlinuxcn/repo

djipey commented on 2022-08-10 21:16 (UTC)

@pentastarch, I was looking for an ARM build too. I don't understand who builds it but there is version of zotero 6 from the 23-07-2002 on this page: https://repo.archlinuxcn.org/aarch64/. It's almost directly installable on Arch (well, Manjaro in my case), just need to do "zstd -d zotero-6.*", and you'll find a .pkg.tar that can be installed zith "pacman -U name_of_pkg_file". Zotero works smoothly on my Pine book pro now.