Shortwave 1:1.1.1-6 does not build

With a recent update SHORTWAVE 1:1.1.1-6 does not build. “libhandy0” is required. Not available in the repos ?

la satisfaction des dépendances a échoué:
impossible de satisfaire la dépendance « libhandy0 » requise par shortwave

I uninstall it to try again but no go since it want to install the latest. I want to get back the previous version using downgrade but I cannot get it to work. It suggest to set a variable “set DOWNGRADE_FROM_ALA to 1” but that doesn’t work either. What the exact way to set that variable ?
TX

It’s been reported in the AUR comments. Use shortwave-git for now.

Hum, shortwave-git 1.1.1.r64.g20e39c6-3 doesn’t build either.

la satisfaction des dépendances a échoué:

  • impossible de satisfaire la dépendance « libhandy-1.so » requise par shortwave-git
  • For now I install the flatpak version. Works fine.
    Tx

libhandy and libhandy0 will be in the next stable update, then you should have no issues.

   Updating git repository `https://gitlab.gnome.org/haecker-felix/libhandy-rs.git`
error: failed to get `libhandy` as a dependency of package `shortwave v0.0.0 (/home/bmaxa/zfs/bmaxa_data/cache/yay/shortwave/src/Shortwave-1.1.1)`

I believe that it won’t build until developer makes changes to code that relies on unstable library api…

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libhandy 1.0.0 is now stable and Shortwave builds fine from the latest commit with it.

Just checked, now it builds. Last time I checked it didn’t.

Was hoping you were right. Unfortunately libhandy0 is still not in the Manjaro stable repos after the most recent stable update.

Oh, I thought GNOME 3.38.1 was going to be in yesterday’s stable update. :man_shrugging: