Feature Request #2353

[your-system sanity][python2-pip] not detected

Anonymous - almost 5 years ago - . Updated almost 5 years ago.

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python2-pip is third‐party package manager which is not detected by your-system-sanity.

Related issues

Related to Packages - Freedom Issue #1035: [your-system-sanity]: Non-Free Software From Third-party Package Managers (TPPM)in progress




Updated by freemor almost 5 years ago

  • Assignee set to freemor
  • Status changed from unconfirmed to confirmed

Thanks for that. I'm gonna re-do your-system sanity to be in-line with the other blacklists. The use I had planned for the ALPM-hook is not workable so I'll re-write for a more uniform experience.


Updated by bill-auger almost 5 years ago

  • Priority changed from bug to feature
  • Status changed from confirmed to open
  • Subject changed from [python2-pip] Third‐party package manager to [your-system sanity][python2-pip] not detected
  • Tracker changed from Bug to Feature Request

awesome, i didnt know you had finished this - we should probably add a wiki page about it - im not clear exactly what it does - the short description is a bit vague:

"This package Warns about and fails to install/upgrade any offending Third Party Package Manager."

i remember discussing the warning; but in which cases would it reject the package install or upgrade? - i also remember discussion to move all TPPMs to a new optional repo, something like [dev-tools]; to make it more obvious when some other package or user-installed third-party package requires a TPPM - in the same line or reasoning for removing 'rubygems' from the deps of the main ruby package - is that still part if the plan?


Updated by bill-auger about 4 years ago

  • Related to Freedom Issue #1035: [your-system-sanity]: Non-Free Software From Third-party Package Managers (TPPM) added

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