Is there really a 1.3.501.6-2 snapshot?
Hi, the AUR is posting an update to my 1.3.501.6, labelled 1.3.501.6-2, by an "unknown packager." I do not see anything on this site (checked the blog)of 1.3.501.6-2 being offered. Could someone please let me know if 1.3.501.6-2 is legit?
Look at https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/vivaldi-snapshot/
The packager has changed the dependant packages for better installing as to be inspected in https://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/commit/?h=vivaldi-snapshot&id=e0468b8fea7b495d617f30b5d5b6fa8cedcf8b61
AUR is posting an update to my 1.3.501.6, labelled 1.3.501.6-2
It's a common practice in Linux distributions to name packages so that the version of the software is first and the distribution's own (packaging/compiling) version information comes after that, separated by a dash.
Thank you both!
@Gwen-Dragon–at the time I post\ed the AUR did not have any details at all for 1.3.501.6-2, which added to my concern.
@kumponi--The strange thing was that there had already been a 1.3.501.6-1, and at the time of my posting there was no information in the AUR about any reason this had been changed to -2. That, together with an unknown packager, seemed suspicious.
Next time I will wait longer to see if documentation is forthcoming. I really appreciate both of you taking the time to respond so helpfully and patiently.