Conflict for libqt5-qttools-doc-5.15.2+kde17-1.12.x86_64

Greetings:

Some recent updates to TW (I believe with the big update to LLVM/Clang 14) made it slightly more difficult to update some packages (see message below). A cursory look within Yast seems to indicate that libclang13’s new version is becoming 14.0.0-1.2 (which seems like it should be incorrect… I would expect libclang13 to be tied to 13.*). Have others on this forum encountered this and, if so, what it the appropriate way to deal with this? Thank you for your help with this.

Problem: the installed libqt5-qttools-doc-5.15.2+kde17-1.12.x86_64 requires 'libclang13 = 13.0.1', but this requirement cannot be provided
  deleted providers: libclang13-13.0.1-3.3.x86_64
not installable providers: llvm13-libclang13-13.0.1-4.1.i586[repo-oss]
                   llvm13-libclang13-13.0.1-4.1.x86_64[repo-oss]
 Solution 1: deinstallation of libclang13-13.0.1-3.3.x86_64
 Solution 2: deinstallation of libqt5-qttools-doc-5.15.2+kde17-1.12.x86_64
 Solution 3: keep obsolete libclang13-13.0.1-3.3.x86_64
 Solution 4: break libqt5-qttools-doc-5.15.2+kde17-1.12.x86_64 by ignoring some of its dependencies

If it were me, then I would go with solution 3. And then see if it clears up after the next few updates.

Hi
As a Tumbleweed user it’s always a good option to browse the Factory Mailing List, this is a known issue…

Greetings,

This is wonderful advice. I did not know about the Factory Mailing List and have added it to the things I check. When issues arise, I typically look at forums.opensuse.org, bugzilla.opensuse.org, and now the Factory Mailing List. Are there other good openSUSE resources I should add to that list? Thank you for your help with this.

Kind regards,
Anthony

Hi
Those should cover most issues, however if feel like adding IRC (libera.chat or matrix) you can catch stuff in real time (#opensuse-factory), there is an openSUSE Forums channel as well (#opensuse-forums)…

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