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The spell checking has not disappeared at all. It's accessible via Tools -> Checking Spelling, and Tools -> Highlight Misspelled Words. If it is not showing for you, I suggest making you sure you actually do have the correct hunspell package installed.
Ah, didn't see that this is 3.33.2 when I marked it.
Sun, Jul 21
@JoshStrobl I am receiving 403s when attempting to clone any of the repositories (seafile or the dependencies).
Sat, Jul 20
Making actually looking at the breeze package history before commenting would provide some insight?
Fri, Jul 19
That timing @kyrios123 :D
This was already resolved in unstable. We'll be syncing once there are no blockers.
Is it standard practice that unmaintained packages get removed from the repo and therefore get removed from every system as soon as the owner updates his packages?
Thu, Jul 18
At this stage I wouldn't worry about it. I've been testing it and trying to work out a solution for the duplicate entries (if we do a symlink for "default" theme, which is currently needed for slick-greeter). No success on that front yet.
No tagged releases on GitHub, no source tarballs of tagged stable releases, etc.
Changelog should be summarized further. We really don't need changelog info on documentation changes, or typo fixes. All of the packaging related items and test changes could probably be removed as well.
Thanks for the patch!
You did not correctly submit this patch. You should be amending your commit, this should all be an initial commit (the first in master). https://getsol.us/articles/packaging/submitting-a-package/en/#updating-a-patch-that-needs-changes
No, you should use solbuild local repositories and building for this. We have documentation on the Help Center.
Argh... just noticed that branch 8.x is still a development branch....
Nice work, you even added the MAINTAINERS.md file! Much appreciated in that.
Otherwise LGTM, glad we have one more thing being moved away from Qt4!
There's two relevant items in the changelog. Surely we could just add those.
For the packages removed from the abi_used_libs, we should add them as rundeps. Per glfw's changelog for 3.3:
LGTM, looking forward to tinkering with this 🎉
This hasn't been accept for inclusion yet, as per our Submitting a Package guidelines one should not submit a patch unless something is accepted.
LGTM, thanks! I'll get this landed after @kyrios123 is done with the x265 builds so I don't block him :)
@JoshStrobl when there are new abi symbols like here, it is safe to push, right?
Known issue, you need to disable our runtime for now via the LSI tool. Valve decided to ship with a development version of SDL2 that changes a load of functions and macros.
Tue, Jul 16
Mon, Jul 15
@livingsilver94 It has no designated MAINTAINERS.md file, go for it. If no MAINTAINERS.md file exists and there should be, we'll accept the patch and proactively add it.