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16 Nov 2019
14:14:55@tuxayo:matrix.orgtuxayoSaluton, hola, hi! :) Do you remember yaourt? When doing upgrades from regular repos it would split the list of package by package revision upgrade and upstream version upgrade. And also order by repos. That was very convenient to review upgrades, I still used yaourt only for regular upgrade (not AUR ones) for a long time due to that. Does anyone know a way to have such a feature with pacman or a wrapper?
14:17:08@jjgalvez:matrix.orgJose@tuxayo:matrix.org: take a look at pikaur. It might do what your looking for
14:24:07@tuxayo:matrix.orgtuxayoThanks @Jose, I'll try that :)
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22:10:55@1awtumleef:matrix.org1awtumleefyay is also another good one, in fact it stands for yet another yaourt lol
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18:20:34@tuxayo:matrix.orgtuxayo

pikaur is great! :D
It sorts by upgrade importance. And highlights the version part that changes

:: Repository packages will be installed:
 cinnamon-desktop                      4.2.0-1              -> 4.4.0-1
 lib32-libtiff                         4.0.10-1             -> 4.1.0-1
 perl-http-date                        6.02-6               -> 6.04-1
 wine                                  4.19-1               -> 4.20-1
 python-pycryptodome                   3.9.1-2              -> 3.9.3-1
 screenfetch                           3.9.0-1              -> 3.9.1-1
 sqlmap                                1.3.10-2             -> 1.3.11-1
 unrar                                 1:5.8.3-1            -> 1:5.8.4-1
 imagemagick                           7.0.9.2-3            -> 7.0.9.4-1
 lutris                                0.5.3-2              -> 0.5.3-3
 python2-gobject2                      2.28.7-3             -> 2.28.7-4

18:21:09@tuxayo:matrix.orgtuxayo
In reply to @jjgalvez:matrix.org
@tuxayo:matrix.org: take a look at pikaur. It might do what your looking for
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pikaur is great! :D
It sorts by upgrade importance. And highlights the version part that changes

:: Repository packages will be installed:
 cinnamon-desktop                      4.2.0-1              -> 4.4.0-1
 lib32-libtiff                         4.0.10-1             -> 4.1.0-1
 perl-http-date                        6.02-6               -> 6.04-1
 wine                                  4.19-1               -> 4.20-1
 python-pycryptodome                   3.9.1-2              -> 3.9.3-1
 screenfetch                           3.9.0-1              -> 3.9.1-1
 sqlmap                                1.3.10-2             -> 1.3.11-1
 unrar                                 1:5.8.3-1            -> 1:5.8.4-1
 imagemagick                           7.0.9.2-3            -> 7.0.9.4-1
 lutris                                0.5.3-2              -> 0.5.3-3
 python2-gobject2                      2.28.7-3             -> 2.28.7-4

18:21:57@tuxayo:matrix.orgtuxayo
In reply to @1awtumleef:matrix.org
yay is also another good one, in fact it stands for yet another yaourt lol

I was using yay until now but I didn't found a way to have this:

Do you remember yaourt? When doing upgrades from regular repos it would split the list of package by package revision upgrade and upstream version upgrade.
And also order by repos.
That was very convenient to review upgrades, I still used yaourt only for regular upgrade (not AUR ones) for a long time due to that.
Does anyone know a way to have such a feature with pacman or a wrapper?

18:22:35@jjgalvez:matrix.orgJose Great, it's my current favorite, glad it's going to work for you
18:25:12@tuxayo:matrix.orgtuxayo
In reply to @tuxayo:matrix.org

pikaur is great! :D
It sorts by upgrade importance. And highlights the version part that changes

:: Repository packages will be installed:
 cinnamon-desktop                      4.2.0-1              -> 4.4.0-1
 lib32-libtiff                         4.0.10-1             -> 4.1.0-1
 perl-http-date                        6.02-6               -> 6.04-1
 wine                                  4.19-1               -> 4.20-1
 python-pycryptodome                   3.9.1-2              -> 3.9.3-1
 screenfetch                           3.9.0-1              -> 3.9.1-1
 sqlmap                                1.3.10-2             -> 1.3.11-1
 unrar                                 1:5.8.3-1            -> 1:5.8.4-1
 imagemagick                           7.0.9.2-3            -> 7.0.9.4-1
 lutris                                0.5.3-2              -> 0.5.3-3
 python2-gobject2                      2.28.7-3             -> 2.28.7-4

«sorts by upgrade importance» here it means that the first lines are changes in the 2nd version number, then it upgrades on the 3rd version number. And finally, the package revision
18:25:47@tuxayo:matrix.orgtuxayo
In reply to @jjgalvez:matrix.org
Great, it's my current favorite, glad it's going to work for you
Do you know other differences with yay? i haven't had AUR upgrade or search/install to do yet
18:27:31@jjgalvez:matrix.orgJose
In reply to @tuxayo:matrix.org
Do you know other differences with yay? i haven't had AUR upgrade or search/install to do yet
Sorry no, although I believe they do very similar things. I know yay is very popular, I just don't use it
18:30:58@tuxayo:matrix.orgtuxayoThanks for the feedback. :)
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21:03:35@23pieces:prometheus.nivelando.net23pieces Still using pakku
Tho the newest package has a bug
21:05:15@tuxayo:matrix.orgtuxayo
In reply to @23pieces:prometheus.nivelando.net
Still using pakku
Tho the newest package has a bug
How is it in regard to presenting the repo-packages to upgrade?
21:07:09@23pieces:prometheus.nivelando.net23pieceswell it shows the packages like pacman, so not as good as pikaur i guess^^
22:23:00@1psdufnuzd5yrcn697147ybglkcsjxeh5o:openintents.modular.imMichael BelisleI use yay
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18 Nov 2019
01:32:26@chungy:matrix.orgchungyI use yay too

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