[BUG] pacman thinks that /community/spyder2 is an update for /community/spyder

Each time I run sudo pacman -Syyu I receive the following output:

:: Replace spyder with community/spyder2? [Y/n]

However, spyder2 is not an update to spyder. spyder is Python 3, while spyder2 is Python 2. I'm not sure whether or not it helps, but pacman -Ss spyder returns the following output:

community/python-spyder-kernels 0.5.2-3 [installed]
    Jupyter Kernels for the Spyder console
community/python2-spyder-kernels 0.4.4-1
    Jupyter Kernels for the Spyder console
community/spyder 3.3.6-2 [installed]
    The Scientific Python Development Environment (Python 3 version)
community/spyder2 3.3.5-1
    The Scientific Python Development Environment (Python 2 version)
community/spyder3 3.3.5-1
    The Scientific Python Development Environment (Python 3 version)

It's a package we get from Arch Linux ARM and it seems that it has a wrong PKGBUILD.

I don't know the package and I don't use the software, but to me it seems that the PKGBUILD repo for the spyder2 package, actually contains a PKGBUILD for spyder. So it would assume that spyder2 is an update to spider.

Do you know where I need to go to report the bug?

Having a closer look, it seems that Arch Linux has dropped Spyder2 from their repo, so it's probably just an oversight that it's still in Arch Linux ARM repo's as well.

Removing Spyder2 from our repo now.

Thank you.

Out of interest, is this where we go to report these kind of bugs?

Ben

It depends on the bug. If it's related to Manjaro ARM, then yeah, here is fine. Or rather in the #manjaro-arm:bug-reports category.

This one was actually a Arch Linux ARM bug, but it was something we could easily "fix" on our end.

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