Seems that there is currently no good way to check which python modules are outdated in develadd-emojipython . AFAIU http://osc-collab.opensuse.org could learn howto handle information from pypi and set the attributes "UpstreamVersion" and "UpstreamTarballURL" for the packages.

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  • over 4 years ago: tbechtold started Update osc collab to support upstream info for python packages from pypi
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    • posophe
      over 4 years ago by posophe | Reply

      It's a very good idea. Honestly, I don't know what attributes you're talking about and I didn't know osc-collab before today morning :)

      • tbechtold
        over 4 years ago by tbechtold | Reply

        I'm talking about package attributes. I.e. for https://build.opensuse.org/attribs/GNOMEadd-emoji3.12/devhelp , there are the attributes set. You can also get the attributes with:

        osc meta attribute GNOME![add-emoji](https://assets-cdn.github.com/images/icons/emoji/STABLE.png)3.12 devhelp

        I think theses attributes can then be used to update a package with osc collab. But for me the more important part is to get an overview of outdated packages. I already prepared a patch to get information from pypi: https://github.com/openSUSE/osc-plugin-collab/pull/8

    • tbechtold
      almost 4 years ago by tbechtold | Reply

      So this is solved. See i.e. https://github.com/openSUSE/osc-plugin-collab/commit/b9e0ed469e4165d563de79705dd1521df94cbe20 . So now you can check the status of the packages which are on pypi here: http://osc-collab.opensuse.org/obs.py?project=devel%3Alanguages%3Apython

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