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- Sep 8 2016, 2:41 AM (53 w, 5 d)
Jul 25 2017
Jun 20 2017
Jun 19 2017
Sure. I might be a while though - school papers and being out of touch with the new system. Maybe this coming weekend...
May 10 2017
May 8 2017
As per revised policy, appears in at least 2 distros:
Apr 30 2017
Oh, cool, thanks for getting that in!
Apr 12 2017
Mar 26 2017
Can't wait to see how it goes :D
Mar 21 2017
No worries about the delay, glad it got sorted :)
Mar 6 2017
That was quick...
Feb 23 2017
Hmm, oh well :/
Feb 22 2017
Thanks @curantes :D
Feb 20 2017
Feb 19 2017
Okay, thanks :)
It's been nearly 5 months... Out of curiosity, why can't spidermonkey be updated?
Feb 18 2017
@skmlcd Ah, my bad. Thanks for the link!
Okay, so should I just leave this to you then?
Updated the patch. I'm not sure how to go about replacing a package, though I'm happy to learn :)
Feb 17 2017
@JoshStrobl awesome, I'll be curious to see what you guys come up with :)
Feb 16 2017
For what it's worth, I find in 'maintaining' most of the things I've packaged, using RSS feeds make it a lot easier:
- https://github.com/user/project/releases.atom for Github
- https://sourceforge.net/projects/project/rss?path=/ for SourceForge
Might there be any way to feed things like that in?
Feb 10 2017
Upon further investigation, this is proving harder to package than I had anticipated. linuxsampler fails to find files that libgig clearly provides, gigedit also fails to compile. I might keep having a fiddle, but I'm out of my depth. Unless someone else has a passion for it, this might prove to be more of a burden than a blessing to have packaged.
Feb 8 2017
Feb 6 2017
It is required for socli, a Stack Overflow command line interface written in python. I understand socli has not been requested, but I do expect the python2 version of an existing python3 package would be reasonable.
Feb 4 2017
Feb 1 2017
Jan 29 2017
Jan 28 2017
The problem is that makemkv-oss is the open source software GUI, while makemkv-oss is the closed source binary.
Jan 26 2017
Okay, thanks. It'll be a couple days until I can do anything.
Jan 25 2017
Okay. Package request filed for LinuxSampler :)
Jan 17 2017
@DataDrake I would like to note that I have been using this software as is, and it is working quiet well.
Jan 10 2017
Whoops, forgot to tag it.
Jan 9 2017
Jan 7 2017
Fair enough, that's reason enough. As usual, I packaged for myself :)
Dec 30 2016
Hmm, pity. Know of any halfway decent *maintained* alternatives?
Dec 27 2016
Dec 24 2016
Dec 21 2016
Hmm... Well, I am not capable of changing that myself, and it is not an option to use our libraries so far as I can tell, so it's your call. I'd say close this for now unless you think it's worth looking into.
Dec 19 2016
Dec 11 2016
Dec 10 2016
Nov 28 2016
It micromanages jpegtran options, getting better compression levels than either of them on their own in some cases. If you don't think it's needed, that's fine :P
Nov 27 2016
Nov 26 2016
For this type of recompression, I believe Mozjpeg https://github.com/mozilla/mozjpeg does the same thing, but replaces libjpeg-turbo. If you don't feel it's needed, that's fine :) As usual, I packaged for my own use.
Nov 24 2016
@sunnyflunk Hopefully fixed it.
Ah, my bad! I misunderstood how Makefiles worked, thanks for pointing that out. Fixed :)
Nov 23 2016
I compiled for my own purposes, so that's fine :)
Ah, I wondered which would be more appropriate. Fixed.
ttl2c is needed for lvtk, which is needed for newtonator
Nov 21 2016
Ah, right you are!
@DataDrake Anything that relies on "pkgconfig(fluidsynth)" now fails, and "fluidsynth" does not replace it. calf-plugins, specifically.
lol Hopefully that's it!
Nov 20 2016
Ah, tested again. I didn't realize bsdiff needed those libraries. Fixed.
@ikey I packaged them for my own benchmarks, and though they might be useful.
lol sorry, fixed... again.
Thanks for the link, I'll try not to make the same mistake :)
Fine by me! You can close this.
Understood. I have a patch for that forthcoming also.
As with zdelta, it's not needed for any reason other than for the sake of having options. I got these compiled for my own experimentation, so if you feel these are not suited for distribution, I won't be at all offended :)