Recently I read that Antergos repo should be the top one, so I moved it there. And I got a message that gcab and python-polib are newer than in Antergos. While I can understand shipping older Python library (maybe API broke and some Antergos app isn’t yet updated), but why do you ship old gcab? Did the command-line interface change so dramatically in version 0.7?
Why does Antergos ship gcab?
I am none too sure. I see that gcab is for windows .cab files.
Maybe for Wine?
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Well, that’s possible. :) But I don’t mean “what is gcab used for”, I mean “why isn’t the newer version shipped by Arch good enough”.
I didn’t package gcab, but there must be some dependency requirement for another repo package, I really don’t know (and I’m a bit lazy to check).
I’m sure @lots.0.logs knows, but he’s really busy lately.
I just noticed when updating, thanks. :)