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- Apr 17 2017, 12:12 PM (43 w, 5 d)
Thu, Feb 15
Reference assemblies. We can either:
Tue, Feb 13
bump for visibility.
Thu, Feb 8
Sun, Feb 4
i think component should be programming.library :)
Fri, Feb 2
I don't know if it's related, but the same font appears in some windows with Wine and Budgie.
Thu, Feb 1
Wed, Jan 31
I find MPC-HC really, really good. Unfortunately tho, this MPC-QT is incomplete atm, as stated by its dev on the github page you linked. I guess we have to wait some more to see it in the Solus repo.
Bump dbeaver version
Tue, Jan 30
Mon, Jan 22
I second @jschwanebeck proposal to have a programming.rust component. Along with the already exising rust and cargo packages, and the upcoming rustup, we'd also need rls and racer. How can we organize all this fragmentation? With a new component or maybe with a rust-tools package?
Sun, Jan 21
Use --release flag to build an optimized binary
I was trying to write a check phase too, but a package is missing from maven repository. It's a local package you can include, but I'm not that skilled with maven.
Jan 17 2018
Just followed Kitty's README on github, and it seemed logical to me.
Jan 16 2018
Use proper terminfo path
Just a note: kitty has tests, but some of them will fail because it needs a graphical environment.
Jan 15 2018
Remove useless xinput dependency (derp)
Add terminfo pattern
Jan 14 2018
Is there something that overwrites that shortcut in Keyboard Settings?
Jan 12 2018
Jan 8 2018
Jan 1 2018
Dec 30 2017
Dec 23 2017
Yeah why not? I don't use mame regularly, but if someone will report a bug or I'll find an update, I'll repackage it for sure.
Any news about this? My patch has been around for a while.
Remove commented-out builddeps phase
Dec 20 2017
Dec 18 2017
Ok. I just don't like the idea of being responsible of a bug on Solus repo :)
Dec 17 2017
@DataDrake nope nope nope nope! There's a rundeps: mono missing!
One note: as usual, rust executables are pretty large. I can follow either of these commands to solve the "issue", if you want.
Dec 13 2017
Definitely fixed, as stated by Ikey in another task (can't remember which one).
Dec 8 2017
Edited package.yml as per kyrios123's suggestions
Dec 7 2017
Nov 26 2017
I guess this task can be closed now :)
Nov 20 2017
package.yml cleanup. Also update pspec file to include two missing licenses
Downloadable ROMS from mamedev.org are working (tested some of them), BUT, I'm no familiar with this piece of software. I please someone familiar with it to test it in every aspect, it's a pretty huge program.
Now mame is working!
Nov 19 2017
Add forgotten abireports
Do note that I noticed there's a "licenses" directory in /usr/share/dbeaver. If not needed, I can edit this patch to nuke it.
Disabled static linking; Updated to 1.9.0
Nov 16 2017
Added Test plan
Nov 4 2017
Nov 1 2017
'cause it's typical to me to request a feature before checking if it already exists -.-
Oct 31 2017
Oct 26 2017
No, I haven't this problem anymore.
R9 290 here, using amdgpu. No problem whatsoever.
Oops, I forgot about this task. It seems to be resolved with the latest gstreamer update, I'll report you more precisely later.
Oct 16 2017
@sunnyflunk I saw you updated powerdevil. Any news about this task?
Oct 11 2017
My CPU is AVX "1" only. Does current glib already support AVX instructions?
Oct 4 2017
Add data files to /usr/share/mame
Sep 28 2017
I think nobody's working on it. I'd do it myself but I don't know how to split the Eclipse packages, the eclipse-common in particular.
Sep 24 2017
replace pkgconfig(mono-2) with pkgconfig(mono)
@kyrios123 sorry for pinging you, but you're the most active packager.
So, mame executable, by default, looks into its directory for roms, config etc, UNLESS you specify different path as arguments. You can then save those argument in an .ini file so that you specify those paths only once.
Arch Linux approach is to save mame executable inside /usr/share/mame, among other needed files, and to put a script in /usr/bin. This script will set the aforementioned paths if it's the first time you run it, otherwise it will just launch mame (script is here).
Is it a viable solution for Solus? I know it's not... "standard", but it works.
Sep 23 2017
I'm curious, no complaining involved: why to have it packaged instead of installing it via pip3?
Sep 21 2017
@Justin can you help me to set proper directory paths?
Mame is working, man too.
Now mame compiles correctly. Installation phase is yet to complete
Already looked at it.
Probably I'll use Arch code for install phase, but the rest is non-optimal for Solus, like, Arch is using bundled deps, which we don't want to.
Anyway the culprit is CFLAGS. I tested some stripped down LDFLAGS and CFLAGS toghether, and the executable is about 200MB. Then I reset LDFLAGS to default, keeping the stripped down CFLAGS, same size. Hence, there's something in CFLAGS that causes a bloated mame64 file.
Sep 20 2017
I don't see where the problem is since the whole Phabricator needs this kind of moderation but anyway, sorry for that.