Freedom issue #1236
[apm] is useless without *atom* package
As a side effect of chromium issues, the electron package was blacklisted. This broken the atom package. Thus, apm package become useless.
I think that the apm package must be blacklisted too.
Updated by bill-auger almost 2 years ago
- Status changed from open to not-a-bug
it may be useless, but it does not itself depend or recommend anything non-free (not even the atom editor); so there no imperative to remove it either
# pacman -Si apm | grep -E 'Repository|Depends|Optional' Repository : community Depends On : libsecret nodejs>=10 npm python2 Optional Deps : None # pacman -S apm resolving dependencies... looking for conflicting packages... Packages (6) c-ares-1.15.0-1 node-gyp-3.8.0-1 nodejs-11.10.0-1 npm-6.8.0-1 semver-5.6.0-1 apm-2.1.3-2 Total Download Size: 12.14 MiB Total Installed Size: 56.62 MiB :: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] ^C