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- Aug 6 2016, 7:22 PM (58 w, 6 d)
Sucks that upstream hasn't touched this issue in a while.
Wed, Sep 13
Oh shoot. I see him on here all the time so I kind of assumed. Now I know
Wowzers. I didn't even see that. @kyrios123 can you merge the tasks then :)
Mon, Aug 28
Never speak of this again. Now adding package.yml and pspec
Forgot to run make like a chump
Done. Next time just create a new issue instead of reopening a previous one :)
Sun, Aug 27
Sat, Aug 26
Aug 22 2017
Aug 17 2017
Probably someone attempting to package it
Aug 15 2017
Currently working on this. Just need to meet a dependency not currently in the repo then I can actually try to make it
Aug 14 2017
I have a printer but am not currently using unstable @kyrios123 I could maybe setup a virtual machine if you would like
Aug 13 2017
@JoshStrobl maybe this will be of use. https://askubuntu.com/questions/26056/where-are-gnome-keyboard-shortcuts-stored
Aug 9 2017
It's a D toolchain problem, so it might fit the task
Is it possible to add issues related to the inclusion of tilix (T169) to this list? They seem to have hit a stand still.
Aug 8 2017
Aug 3 2017
Read through the setup file and this is what I found in terms of dependencies so far
@baimafeima it looks like you need to install mate-user-guide based on the task Josh linked above. Is it not part of the default installation for MATE?
Aug 2 2017
I have been contacted by the developer on github. There was just a new release yesterday. Now we wait to see if it gets included or not
Jul 25 2017
Jul 15 2017
Jul 12 2017
Oh cool. Make sure to submit the differential! I have to play on Windows because I only have an Intel integrated graphics card :'( and it sucks on Linux for games
Uhh I don't see this ever getting packaged. Development is slow and relies on GCJ for compilation. That is the GNU Java Compiler and I am fairly certain it is no longer actively developed. There is a reason they only provide official builds for Red Hat/CentOS. Apparently its being rewritten w/o reliance on GCJ but I have little hope of this ever happening. Here is the issue with more information https://github.com/documentcloud/docsplit/issues/123. Poorly managed software.
As soon as Rocket League installs on my Windows partition I'll take a whack
Jul 8 2017
Just thought I would let you know. Not that its anything substantial :)
This worked. One thing to add. When I first went to enable the extension I received an error. It did work after restart though. Should be good to go!
Jul 6 2017
Applied the new patch provided by Ikey
Alright will get the changes in. Just gotta remember how to apply a patch in my package.yml
Jul 5 2017
Made the comment on the wrong task because I am a dumb dumb. "Seems that the issue got fixed. I'll wait for a new source tarball and then I can repackage this unless you still want it @JoshStrobl . Also shout out to @ikey for stepping in on the GNOME bug tracker."
Josh sorry that comment when was meant for the GNOME Recipes issue. I am just not on top of it
Seems that the issue got fixed. I'll wait for a new source tarball and then I can repackage this unless you still want it @JoshStrobl . Also shout out to @ikey for stepping in on the GNOME bug tracker.
Ahh ok. Was reading that on their readme just now. Don't see any reason in keeping this open anymore then. Feel free to close.
Quality english understanding from me
Made headway. Changing the value of DBusActivatable to false in the .desktop file allows the program to run. Since you know a little about dbus @ikey , what could this mean? It seems like this might be Budgie specific if I am understanding Josh right
The bug can be tracked here: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=784535. Hopefully something will come of it. The Exec line in the .desktop is the exact same as the command line way to open it so I don't understand.
Oh that's what was going on. I'll do some more research into this
@JoshStrobl I know you claimed this and it was in the Awaiting Package Upgrades column, but from what I can tell it finally had a release. The current version is 1.4.6 which I thought was odd, since its not 3.24 like other GNOME applications. Let me know if something should be changed.
In the case this becomes accepted, the code is located here: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~costales/folder-color/trunk/files
Dependencies are listed here: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~costales/folder-color/trunk/view/head:/README
Jun 30 2017
Jun 28 2017
Jun 27 2017
While you're at it, here is the link for the latest release with many Budgie fixes, especially vertical panels and applets. https://github.com/adapta-project/adapta-gtk-theme/archive/220.127.116.11.tar.gz. Otherwise I'll do it when I get home.
@ikey would it also make sense to use the --disable-gtk_legacy flag as well? Not sure Solus needs support for GTK+ 3.18 anymore. Just a thought. I've been using the flag in personal builds recently and haven't experienced any issues.
Jun 22 2017
Jun 17 2017
I'm going to install the latest revision and see what you're talking about. Maybe an issue could be reported. Can you be more specific?
Jun 16 2017
For future reference, if I clone the adapta-gtk-theme repo locally, can I commit straight to that? Just wondering because I received this message when I used arc: Unable to determine repository for this change.
Jun 15 2017
2017.01.01 is old btw. There is a new version. Install libreoffice-all or libreoffice-common-dictionaries i believe for spell check
Jun 12 2017
This hasn't been modified since 2011
Jun 7 2017
This is going to be looked at when the new package manager rolls around.
assuming this gets accepted the only dependency is pycodestyle it seems which is packaged in the repo IIRC so should be an easy package.yml
@RaspberryRye you have the eopkg for it?
This is listed as a required package for Octave fyi
Archiving these for notes that I or someone in the community can comeback to if this package gets accepted into the repo.
not in front of a Solus computer at the moment but the only dependency seems to be zsh. Other than that the build is fairly simple. I doubt this will get added to the repo based on the fact its been a year and a half since an update although I'm not sure that that matters since it most likely just sits on top of zsh... To add to that, the last release was in 2014, while the last commit is from 2016. Extremely weird. Can track this issue here https://github.com/zsh-users/fizsh/issues/13
This is most likely a fallback issue. The paper gtk theme has not had a major update so I would assume the cursor theme is in the same predicament. Unfortunately, if it is a fallback issue, there is nothing you can do about it unless you submit an issue or pull request on GitHub. The most complete cursor themes you will find in the repo are most likely Adwaita and Breeze since they are the defaults on major desktop environments.
@theSoenke I have found this: http://hg.openjdk.java.net/openjfx/8u60/rt/archive/tip.tar.gz I am not sure if it will be helpful or not.
Is the the gem package manager available on Solus? Otherwise that seems like a prereq to installing this package possibly. Seems to require a lot of gems (ruby packages) that I'm not sure are packaged for Solus
Should be fairly easy to package if allowed in the repo
May 27 2017
@JoshStrobl revision done
Added a DESTDIR.../usr
May 26 2017
I'll get that fixed in a bit
Looking at the documentation at https://github.com/johnwhitington/cpdf-source, we are going to require camlpdf and ocamlfind, OR by using the OPAM package manager. Note we already have ocaml packaged. Relevant text from readme:
May 24 2017
I probably should have mentioned this in the original bug report
Hopefully when more apps move toward gtk3, it can be disabled again. Chrome is moving to GTK3 in 59 which is a plus
try running sudo eopkg rdb then update
May 23 2017
May 22 2017
Not sure if the eval line should be added in the package.yml or not. I assumed that if someone was going to use this package they could read up on it on https://github.com/direnv/direnv/.
@JoshStrobl Not sure what all needed revising but here is the yaml file without the comment and a newline to end the file. Sorry I need to watch the new packaging videos later tonight, so not sure how this works now.
May 15 2017
The USB is not persistent. Once you reboot your computer, anything you've installed doesn't exist on the USB anymore.
May 9 2017
I think it is worth noting that this doesn't happen when using GDM.
Glad I could help!
May 8 2017
May 7 2017
May 2 2017
Anyway, thanks for the check up
Oh hey sorry Josh. This is still a problem, but not a Solus one. I opened a bug on the kernel bugzilla page. Haven't heard anything from anyone there though. Kind of don't think I ever will but it was worth a try!
Apr 28 2017
I'll watch for it's inclusion into other repositories.
Apr 19 2017
Because I'm curious, why is GDM being held back to 3.20? Are there some missing dependencies?
Josh also not sure if you know about this, but when logging out, pressing enter will not lift the screen shield in GDM. Pressing enter instead tries to log me in behind the scenes, but for obvious reasons fails to log in because I haven't entered any credentials.