Pamac-aur or Pamac-gtk?

Manjaro is only pushing pamac-gtk afaik. Which one is recommended for Arch?

My favorite is pamac-aur-git.

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…because?
More stable? Or?

It is well updated, and the person maintaining it is respected.

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Well, I am pamac-aur-git maintainer and using it every single day on my archlinux box.

@manuel: :blush:

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it smacks of licks in the corner

Well, good enough for me!

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Yiu can always pamac+qt for kde install :slight_smile:

I still use pamac-classic because of Antergos. Only updated once after it stopped working.
How different is pamac-aur-git from pamac-classic? Interface?

It is more streamlined, and looks a bit “newer”. But the basic operations are about the same.
Shouldn’t be too hard to change.

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Well, how to start?

  1. compatible with pacman 5.2
  2. based on the code of Guinux, pamac creator
  3. newer code
  4. better UI :stuck_out_tongue:

Anything to add?

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Ok, i’m installing it now. Gonna be nice to report bugs to the Bugman! :stuck_out_tongue:

https://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/commit/?h=pamac-aur-git&id=49c2004bf81bc99ba70199232690f8fdc56fd91a -> pamac 9.2.1 :smiley:

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Well… You bad boy!

Another vote for pamac-aur-git.

:blush:

Pamac-aur-git works wonderfully. :blush::+1:

:blush::blush::blush:

I use Pamac-aur-git on Manjaro, Endeavour, converted Antergos and it works well.

FredBezies needs to shave that goatee off so we can see his smile without so many emoticons

:laughing: :innocent:

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Don’t even think touching my goatee… :smiling_imp: