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- Jan 17 2017, 12:46 PM (44 w, 3 d)
Sun, Nov 19
Rebase on master.
Sat, Nov 18
@JoshStrobl Now tested with qutebrowser and qgis, no obvious issues found.
Sun, Nov 12
Wed, Nov 1
Just did a local build and unit tests of cura against this, which was all fine, but I've not got access to a 3D printer to test actual usage.
Tue, Oct 31
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Oct 9 2017
Sorry @JoshStrobl, wasn't very descriptive was it? I use this as my daily python interpreter, so as a calculator, symbolic maths, running scripts, etc.; as well as it being an integral part of Spyder3 (D1008).
Oct 8 2017
Oct 7 2017
Apologies for that @DataDrake and @doc-E-brown. As I said it's just a personal preference, and a similar convention is followed in R2642. I haven't been able to find a conclusive answer from PEPs or other distros on whether executables ending in a number should be treated differently; at least it's not as bad as Arch who have autopep8-python2 for their python2 version. Again, sorry for the extra work @doc-E-brown!
Oct 4 2017
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Sep 25 2017
And maybe append the python3 executable with -3 instead of 3 if the name already ends in a number. Don't know what the official stance on that is, just a personal preference.
Sorry, one last thing, the order of the builddeps should be:
Packages obtained from pkgconfig come first, then explicitly named packages, both sorted alphabetically. pkgconfig(python) isn't needed as it's part of the base image.
Sep 24 2017
License should be just MIT not MIT License (as per SPDX identifier), and also, why does this need networking?
Aye, and I can also confirm mccabe and pylint are working as intended.
Sep 23 2017
Ha so he did! I was having trouble searching for existing revisions since py is in the name of every single python package!
Add py as rundep. Good spot @joebonrichie!
Sorry guys, I missed that one when I packaged it. Thanks for including it so quickly @kyrios123!
Sep 19 2017
I will add LGPL-3.0 then all bases are covered. The KDE wikis are CC-BY-SA licensed, so it could be possible that the license of other KDE projects like oxygen were different at the time the assets were copied/forked to Spyder. With regards to the preloaders site, it states quite clearly: "All GIF and APNG images marked as "Free" are completely free to use in all projects (web and desktop applications, freeware), with the exception of web-site and application templates with commercial basis (e.g. online store template). You are encouraged, but NOT obligated to place any reference to https://preloaders.net web-site to use it`s content in any personal projects and applications". This shouldn't be an issue whatsoever, Spyder doesn't even need to reference them if they didn't want to. I'm fairly certain that once this is submitted Solus will be the first distro to fully document all the licenses of Spyder, the only other one that I could find that had anything other the just MIT was Ubuntu/Debian, and their list was by no means complete.
Sep 17 2017
*cough* R3472 *cough*