If someone is using it on iso, please remember to update iso-profiles repo when the change comes…
Not updated since Jan 2016.
It is an Arch package and it is already flagged as out-of-date
Please update Opera Browser to opera 49.0.2725.34
It’s already updated in manjaro’s unstable branch. Just wait a bit until it arrives in the stable branch too.
Not sure if these come from Arch or Manjaro, but VLC is now at 2.2.8 we only have 2.2.6 (i dont use nightly build sorry) and also OpenJDK, we have 8u144 and 8u151 is out.
They are both Arch packages, which you can track here https://www.archlinux.org/packages/
To know if a package is built from Manjaro or Arch look at packager field in pamac, if the email address end with @manjaro.org or @archlinux.org
Hedgewars is out of date (0.9.22, 0.9.23 was released on 2017.11.12)
Hedgewars is an Arch package and is flagged as out-of-date upstream https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/hedgewars/
OK thx for the answer and sorry, not used to the differences, I’ll take a closer look in the future.
In pamac go into package details, look at packager field, if the email address end with @manjaro.org is packaged by a Manjaro team memeber
Radare2 2.2.0 was released some time ago and doesn’t seen to be neither on Testing or Unstable branch, can you, guys, look at it?
It’s an Arch package, and it’s flagged out-of-date: https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/radare2/
I can’t find winff in the repo anymore
~ >>> pacman -Si winff error: package 'winff' was not found ~ >>> pacaur -Si winff  :: Package winff not found in repositories, trying AUR... Repository : aur Name : winff [installed: 1.5.4-3] Version : 1.5.5+f721e4d-1 Description : GUI for ffmpeg URL : https://github.com/WinFF/winff/ AUR Page : https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/winff Licenses : GPL3 Keywords : None Groups : ? Provides : None Depends on : ffmpeg gtk2 Make Deps : lazarus lazarus-gtk2 gendesk tar git Optional Deps : None Conflicts With : None Replaces : None Maintainer : vorbote Popularity : 3.83 Votes : 5 Out of Date : No Submitted : Fri 05 Jan 2018 05:42:40 PM CET Last Modified : Fri 26 Jan 2018 01:43:07 PM CET
Was it dropped in Arch or in Majaro?
Last update was [Testing Update] 2017-09-15 - Calamares, Kernels, VirtualBox, Bluez
It was dropped from Arch to AUR on 2018-01-05
Hi. I use Manjaro stable and have been satisfied with the smooth updates most times.
I found in Arch Linux site a feature to flag packages as out-of-date, then I flagged Rosegarden 17.04 and they kindly updated it. However it doesn’t appear on Manjaro repos yet.
In recent years Rosegarden has been a very stable application and its team has released only 2 or 3 updates a year. So it’s very unlikely that Rosegarden will cause any problems in other system components or be hard for packagers to test. I just don’t do it myself because I don’t know how.
Can you, please, push the Rosegarden 17.12 update that are already available in Arch repos to Manjaro stable updates?
as manjaro is little behind arch… you will have to wait the next stable update.
or check the wiki to temporarly swith to unstable to update just this package if it won’t break because of dependencies
it’s just that maybe it was build with libraries that are not yet on stable… so it may not work.
Not unless it’s a security update. Otherwise, they’ll be rolled down as normal with the rest of the package updates. If you’re impatient, switch to the testing or unstable branches.
Thank you for your answers. Once I used the wiki instructions and installed one package from testing. (I don’t recall what package it was but it worked.)
Now I hadn’t thought that the package might be in unstable or in testing. But since Rosegarden is not very complaining about dependencies version I decided to do things an easier way.
I went to this site. Browsed the files in the unstable/community repo, found rosegarden 17.12, downloaded it together with the .sig file and then used octopi’s “install local package” option.
Rosegarden 17.12 is already running and working and I didn’t had to access unstable/testing branches the long way.
Finally, VLC 3.0 has landed in the Extra repository of Arch Linux. Does this change will reflect on Manjaro repos?