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Comments for qbittorrent 5

Arnav Singh's avatar

Arnavion wrote 24 days ago

Tumbleweed's OSS repo no longer has libtorrent-rasterbar9, only libtorrent-rasterbar10, but the qbittorrent package still requires 9 so it cannot be installed. I was able to build my own rpm with zypper si and it works just fine, and upstream has been building with it for many months based on their CI. So I believe all that's needed is to update the "Requires" for it in the .spec.


Martin Herkt's avatar

lachs0r wrote 23 days ago

No, this build fails because the VM runs out of memory, so it needs a _constraints file. Blame C++.


Arnav Singh's avatar

Arnavion wrote 21 days ago

The build of a new package failing has nothing to do with being unable to install the package that already exists in the repo. The package that already exists in the repo fails to be installed for the reason I gave.


Arnav Singh's avatar

Arnavion wrote 21 days ago

(That said, looks like %requires_ge libtorrent-rasterbar9 in the spec file still allows the the built binary to be linked against 10, so the package that was built with the fixed build is installable. I figure i would still be good to update the .spec file to use 10 instead of 9, but that is the maintainer's decision.)


Luigi Baldoni's avatar

alois wrote 8 days ago

Ok, this should fix it. By the way, I suggest you file a bug report next time, comments might be overlooked.