[Dev] Cleaning up [pcr]

Andreas Grapentin andreas at grapentin.org
Mon Jul 10 17:12:46 GMT 2017


I think we could have a mechanism on [pcr] that packages that have not
been rebuild in X amount of time are marked as candidates for removal.

On Sun, Jul 09, 2017 at 07:15:20PM -0400, Megver83 wrote:
> Hi, I'll go direct to the point. The [pcr] repository has many packages
> that haven't been upgraded for ages, however, they are not marked as
> outdated. Some of those unused packages are not even compiled (they are
> only in the abslibre), I found a few when I began to adopt some packages
> which even had MIPS in the "arch" array of their PKGBUILDs. If those are
> ancient packages that have not been marked as outdated, it's likely
> because no one installs them anymore, so I think that for that reason we
> should remove those until someone requests it.
> In the free time that I don't have I will hunt some :D
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