I’m using Manjaro XFCE edition, and I have this problem with pacman package manager, but I’m not sure if it is pacman’s problem or the developer who is maintaining the package.
It’s about an application called flameshot which is a screenshot tool. The application itself is showing me that a new version is available for quite a week now, but still, there are no updates available for that application through the pacman package manager.
It happened with me before as well, that there was a new update available for Git but the pacman showed that update much later, with all of the packages together all at once.
I’m using an Arch-based distro. Isn’t it supposed to be on a bleeding-edge technology side?
Currently, I’m using 0.10.2 version of flameshot, and yes I do know about the difference between pamac and pacman, pamac is the GUI interface as well as a command-line for managing official repo packages and AUR packages.
and I also tried running the “sudo pacman -Syyu” but it showed no packages to update
Let me try the way you told me right now
There is no stable and beta version of flameshot. Stable branch is usually 2 weeks behind the latest packages. It is flagged out-of-date in arch stable so you would have to wait till it reaches to manjaro’s stable: