Package Base Details: eudev

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/eudev.git (read-only)
Keywords: eudev libeudev
Submitter: artoo
Maintainer: None
Last Packager: sparse
Votes: 19
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2013-10-18 14:56
Last Updated: 2018-02-23 17:36

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Anonymous comment on 2014-08-06 09:40

Hi again. I've made a dummy package called systemd-dummy and moved the systemd provides into that. That way it doesn't conflict with the systemd-shim package.

Leaving this here in case you might want to do something similar.

Anonymous comment on 2014-07-20 20:03

Eh. It does install without eudev-systemdcompat :)
Also libsystemd-standalone now also provides systemd and libsystemd. Now our packages are interchangeable :)

artoo commented on 2014-07-19 09:52

@fbt

eudev-1.9 does not have a libsystemd-eudevcompat depend.

But, it won't install without a new eudev-systemdcompat.

I removed from eudev any systemd or libsystemd provides, as this is provided by the new eudev-systemdcompat package.
In other words, the dependency order changed.

Anonymous comment on 2014-07-13 07:56

But that's just some of my thoughts on the eudev dependencies.

I'd be ok with mantaining systemd-eudevcompat if you're not up to it.

Anonymous comment on 2014-07-13 07:53

@artoo

The libsystemd-eudevcompat port is pretty awkward because every time Arch updates the main libsystemd package, it becomes uninstallable without manually updating the pkgbuild.
Which means you can't just <arurwrapper> -S eudev.

I actually build your eudev without the dependency and have libsystemd-standalone as an explicitly installed package. I don't see a single good reason for it to be a hard dependency because some people actually rebuild their packages to remove the systemd dependency.

artoo commented on 2014-07-04 14:23

@fr0stb1te

Would you be interested to maintain the libsystemd-eudevcompat build?

I have enough packages to maintain, just uploaded it finally to AUR.

Anonymous comment on 2014-07-04 12:53

Ah, yours guts the binary package. That works too :)

artoo commented on 2014-07-04 01:10

It is no hard dependency, you could simply remove it from depends, but you will need additional nosystemd packages.

artoo commented on 2014-07-04 01:08

@lucy

Try it, you need no additional onsystemd packages with the libsystemd-eudevcompat.
It just installs some systemd libraries, so eg dbus will run without installing dbus-nosystemd.
With this setup, you only need eudev installed(plus depends).
Won't change it, it is also in manjaro repo.

Anonymous comment on 2014-07-03 19:31

Could you please make libsystemd an optional dependency? Things using it can break for people who don't use systemd (everyone with this package installed).