Please mark LMMS as done now that 1.2.0 is in the repositories.
Mon, Jul 15
Sun, Jul 14
I managed to get my tv card (Elgato EyeTV Hybrid) to work using these kernel modules and the dvb-firmware from OpenELEC.
Sat, Jul 13
Fri, Jul 12
Thu, Jul 11
@Jacalz I pushed a fix, it works for my budgie notebook. the next time open a Task because I don't give any attention to comments inside closed diffs/tasks
Wed, Jul 10
Just FIY, it seems that this commit breaks the breeze cursor setting for Budgie. This happened to me, after updating I needed to reconfigure the cursor in budgie-desktop-settings. My guess is that it might happen the same for other users on different DEs.
Tue, Jul 9
Sun, Jul 7
Here are some raw numbers for those who are interested in the optimization part:
Any comments re. the test of the recently landed pvr-iptvsimple-3.5.8?
Sat, Jul 6
Fri, Jul 5
Tue, Jul 2
Everything seems to work in 18.3 version of KODI 👍
No need to persuade me, I will do a check on it 👍
Mon, Jul 1
Wonderful! Really good news 👍
Should probably try to wrap my head around how IRC works and be more active there too, thanks for the tip @ermo 🙂
Sorry, I am having issues with my solbuild environment not behaving as it should and rapidxml is very annoying.
There's pretty much nothing important that has happened after the version that I have built in my package, either you pull that in or I will abandon the revision and leave it as is.
Sun, Jun 30
Yes, thanks for the heads up @livingsilver94. I can't replicate the first issue and believe that the first issue was solved upstream and as far as mallet sounds are concerned, I fixed those in D6616. I haven’t noticed any crashes with 1.2.0 yet and there are any I believe that those are upstream issues.
Fri, Jun 28
I would say that this is a great software to add to the Solus repository. The new update to LMMS 1.2.0 that I did doesn’t really handle windows VSTs with wine very good so a wrapper like this would be useful. The VST implementation isn’t that good in LMMS and that was partly why packaged Carla for loading LV2 and VST plug-ins in to LMMS.
Thu, Jun 27
- Rebuild for updated stk to fix mallet sounds
Seems like this was totally unnecessary to open since I managed to fix the issue in the end. Will provide an update version of stk with a fix for the sound issue...
Tue, Jun 25
Remove the unneeded arguments (thanks girtablulu)
Mon, Jun 24
I am feeling that this is ready to be reviewed and merged now. Known limitations:
- Can't get GigPlayer to work when enabled because it looks for libgig libraries in the wrong folder. (Disabled for that reason)
- Mallets don't work and complain about STK not being set up properly. Same issue on last version of package so not my fault...
- Disable libgig and mark this as done
- Almost there now, just need to get libgig working
Sun, Jun 23
Oh my bad, I accidentally created a new commit :(
Fetch git submodules to build external plugins
Sat, Jun 22
- zynadsubfx gets built anyhow
For anyone reviewing this, please wait with merging as I have some stuff to iron out first
- Add libgig as rundep
Thu, Jun 20
- Add support for carla rack and patchbay
I don’t think we should update to 4.0 or later because they seem to be for the next Kodi update possibly named Matrix? I think it would be wiser to stick with the 3.x.x series that explicitly states that it’s for Leia. Will be updating my revision to 3.5.8!
I appreciate you taking the time to make this work yourself. I'm a bit burnt out at the moment so not a lot of packaging happening from my side these days.
You should probably update the title of the diff to 4.0 instead of 3.5.3 if you can?
Wed, Jun 19
I am currently working on packaging this. I have a pretty much working package except fro that carla-control doesn't work yet...
- Use pkgconfig() where possible
Tue, Jun 18
- Organize order of cmake flags
Jun 17 2019
- Rtmp support has been removed, no need to keep rundep
Jun 16 2019
Jun 15 2019
Jun 14 2019
Ok, my bad. Anyhow thanks for correcting me 👍
You might want to add the security tag to this revision (I believe that is how updates are marked as security in eopkg, but please correct me if I’m wrong) since a lot of package vulnerabilities in the node modules have been fixed along the way 🙂
Jun 13 2019
Are you inställning with sudo eopkg it -c system.devel?
In D6501#102617, @Gnat008 wrote:
Update: Using the %autogen macro with the Github release source causes it to hang at a certain part in the configure step. Have yet to figure out why.
*EDIT: I think it's because it tries to use the git contributors to generate the manpage contributor list. The sources, of course, don't contain that information. Running the autogen script manually from a git clone of the repo works just fine. And the package.yml as it currently is in this diff works fine since all of that stuff is pre-generated in that source link. Any pointers as to what I can do here?