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