ansible-aur - Ansible module to manage packages from the AUR

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Ansible module to use some Arch User Repository (AUR) helpers as well as makepkg. makepkg will be used if no helper was found or if it is explicitly specified.

https://github.com/kewlfft/ansible-aur

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