Non-Manjaro packages which have been flagged as needing an update

Discord may need an update unknown-32

According Manjaro repo compare the current version is 0.0.9-5

Latest is 0.0.10

If Discord is restarted, the user won't be able to connect until the package is updated. The updated discord package should be pushed to all branches as soon as possible.

Flagged as out-of-date in Arch: https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/discord/

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It would still need to be updated ASAP in all branches (Stable, Testing, Unstable). I doubt people in Stable will accept to wait days/weeks with no access to Discord at all (without workarounds).

Is it a security-related update? If not (and it's nothing personal) then I don't care as I don't use it. :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

More seriously, I'll have a look but I don't promise anything on timescale.

Well, bump the pkgver in the PKGBUILD and install it manually then. :wink:

Well, it doesn't have to be you especially. :upside_down_face:

But it still has to be done ASAP in general.

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Arch Linux has just released discord 0.0.10-1.

https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/discord/

I downloaded the package and made the upgrade to this version with the file I downloaded (for science) and it works fine on my side so far. I am on Stable branch currently. :slight_smile:

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The package just hit unstable too, it should be pushed to all branches as soon as possible. No reason to wait around for this due other packages are being tested.

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Are you lost? Discord is in the Arch community repo as already mentioned. It's an Electron app, so installing it ahead of a Manjaro stable update will do no harm. However, with a lot of other applications there could definitely be an issue doing so. In that regard, you have a very valid point.

FYI, I maintain over 100 (I lost count) AUR packages with mostly no issues using Manjaro testing.

...and we're getting too much into a discussion in a thread where that's considered off-topic.

If necessary, @jonathon or @dalto could split this into a #general-discussion topic.

android-tools (29.0.5-2) is out-of-date
It's r29.0.6 now
https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/platform-tools

You can flag it out-of-date here:

https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/android-tools/

However, I don't see any reference to 29.0.6 on the page you linked to? The latest version under Revisions is 29.0.5.

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Thank you very much!

The download version is 29.0.6-6198805

repo comes from google but I think it is packaged by arch?
This is at 2.3-1 and says 2.4 is out, not sure how to flag it out of date?

hplip-3.20.2 is not working. Installation for plugin fails with missmatch checksum/corrupted file.
Manual installation of ppd could not detect ppds, blank file. Had to downgrade to previous version, need a working printer.
HP provides hplip-3.20.3

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Which is now in testing.

I think it is fixing a printing problem I recently noticed in stable (but I need to do more testing before I post there):

Edit: Fix confirmed: "Can't detect file type" and "Filter failed" Errors on HP LaserJet Professional P1102 after Manjaro 19.0.2 update

Seamonkey is out-of-date.
The latest version is 2.53.1
http://www.seamonkey-project.org/start/

Our version is 2.49.4

Also, please, please, provide languages packs for seamonkey, as they are provided for thunderbird, firefox and palemoon

seamonkey is not a Manjaro-specific package, it is packaged by Arch. It was flagged out of date in September last year: https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/seamonkey/
It seems that no package maintainer wants to maintain the package or has enough time to maintain it. If no maintainer is found, I guess it will be dropped soon.

The new update appeared after three years!

codeblocks is a package that comes from upstream Arch, it's not packaged by the Manjaro team.

It's flagged as out-of-date in Arch since 2020-03-29:
https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/codeblocks/

I guess that at some point it will get updated to the latest version in Arch and it will find its way to Manjaro.

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