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Re: python-ledgerblue as input for electrum? (was: Core-updates, the las

From: John Kehayias
Subject: Re: python-ledgerblue as input for electrum? (was: Core-updates, the last metres)
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2023 23:45:27 +0000


On Sun, Apr 23, 2023 at 04:32 PM, Vagrant Cascadian wrote:

> On 2023-04-23, Guillaume Le Vaillant wrote:
>> Here are a few leaf packages that don't build because of some
>> failing dependencies:
>>  - blender is blocked by opencolorio
>>  - electrum is blocked by python-ledgerblue
> Hrm this is kind of an aisde, but python-ledgerblue is a plugin for
> electrum to support specific hardware, which makes me wonder why it is
> in one of the inputs for electrum at all...
> There is at least one other, python-btchip-python; electron-cash has
> similar inputs, python-keepkey and python-trezor.
> My understanding is optional plugins in general should not be in inputs
> for packages; people should add the plugins to their profile or
> manifest, etc. for the hardware they plan to use...

Right, that's a good point. I had no idea about these packages before
trying to fix this one, but what you point out suggests a
refactoring/restructuring needed.

Alas, python-ecdsa (needed for electrum) is a transient failure I
think, as it built locally.


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