Gives the following error: warning: config file /etc/pacman.conf, line 100: directive ‘IgnorePkg’ in section ‘multilib’ not recognized.
error: ‘echo’: could not find or read package
error: ‘IgnorePkg = kio’: could not find or read package
looking for conflicting packages…
:: kio and kio-git are in conflict. Remove kio-git? [y/N] y
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: removing kio-git breaks dependency ‘kio-git’ required by kdeclarative-git
:: removing kio-git breaks dependency ‘kio-git’ required by kinit-git
:: removing kio-git breaks dependency ‘kio-git’ required by knewstuff-git
IgnorePkg = kio
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I don’t know how to replace all k*-git packages at once with the least amount of effort, but I assume you could use pamac list --installed | grep **-git to find them. Do keep in mind, however, that this command will list all installed *-git packages and not only the k-ones, so you’ll have some sorting out to do yourself.