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include cargo into your-system-sanity ?

telur - over 1 year ago -

cargo is third party package manager, part of rust and rustup package. i dont see it registered in your-system-sanity, so maybe a inclusion proposal ?

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Rust#Cargo


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RE: include cargo into your-system-sanity ? - bill-auger - over 1 year ago -

'your-system-sanity' is still a work-in-progress - there is an open ticket, tracking it's progress though - whenever an open ticket exists, tracking the progress of some issue, it is most helpful to keep all discussion on the ticket

https://labs.parabola.nu/issues/1035

if you read that, you will see that rust cargo was among the first to be listed as a problematic "TPPM" - maybe you learned of 'your-system-sanity' some other way? - what gave you the idea that cargo was not considered?

RE: include cargo into your-system-sanity ? - telur - over 1 year ago -

whelp im forget to check those awesome bugtracker, never thought a long discussion about TPPM already there.

thanks for pointing out the apporiate discussion.

next time im sure to check the labs first if there is any issues.

RE: include cargo into your-system-sanity ? - bill-auger - over 1 year ago -

i am still curious then, if you did not learn of
'your-system-sanity' from the bug tracker, then how?

RE: include cargo into your-system-sanity ? - telur - over 1 year ago -

i just stumbled upon system sanity when enabled testing repo, so im track the packages and looking the code inside.

the TPPM block mechanism is awesome but i see there is still many TPPM still not registered into system sanity yet, you can do pacman -Ss "package manager" to check that there is still many more TPPM need to be considered.

dont know that a long discussion already exist in labs, maybe putting some pointer in the end of tppm block message would be nice like "for further info and feedback see www.example.parabola-labs-tppm"

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