@DataDrake It appears that this package is meant to be installed exclusively in the home directory, in a folder called ~/.asdf. It would require major patching to make it work system-wide. In light of this, is the package still accepted for inclusion?
Mon, Mar 16
@DataDrake I would be willing to package and maintain this. Could you catch me up on the progress so far in packaging this?
I'm using amdgpu too and I have no problems. How long does the freeze happen? Is it short or do you have to shut down your computer afterwards?
Sat, Mar 14
Try running lspci -k | grep -EA3 'VGA|3D|Display'
I'll have a differential ready by tonight.
It's been a few weeks?
@JoshStrobl What if we just replaced inetutils with iputils?
I have Ryzen 7 2700X and Radeon RX 570 and this doesn't happen to me. Which GPU driver are you using?
@JoshStrobl Should be fixed now
Thu, Mar 5
@JoshStrobl Is this still blocked, or would I be able to submit a package? It would be a shame if it's not included in the distribution since it's WAY better than the official launcher and it's overall a very well written piece of software.
I'll package this.
Tue, Mar 3
Finding and installing the right package is fine for us advanced users, but I'm worried a newbie will get stuck on this and say "Linux is so hard!" and quit. Newbies are also the people who will most likely encounter a 7zip archive, as they are less likely to be software developers/engineers and more likely to have normal office jobs.
Mar 2 2020
Mar 1 2020
Change name from gtk-stress-testing to gtkstresstesting (closer to upstream)
Add dependency on python-typing-extensions
Wait... python-typing-extensions should be dependency of python-injector
Add dependency python-typing-extensions
Maybe Ark should be patched to install p7zip when it detects a p7zip archive... open a popup and say "P7ZIP is required to open this archive. Would you like to install it?"
Drop dependency on appstream-glib
So should p7zip be added as a runtime dependency for Ark? People migrating from Windows expect to be able to open 7zip files and a lot of people use 7zip for work (in fact, I've had to open many, many 7zip archives for stuff over the years).
[Info] Building gtk-stress-testing-0.7.1 [Build] Building native package [Source] Extracting source [Build] Running step: build [Build] Enabling ccache + cd /home/build/YPKG/root/gtk-stress-testing/build/gst-0.6.1-4179e7af494ef457a30e3a7c5af5f0868afea992
For some reason GtkStressTesting is saying that it's 0.6.1 even though the package.yml clearly states 0.7.1
Incorporate changes from @algent
Uncomment dependencies (all dependencies have been packaged and submitted for review)
Feb 29 2020
Thank you so much, you are amazing :)
Feb 19 2020
Should the name be GtkStressTesting or gtk-stress-testing?
Feb 17 2020
@JoshStrobl So should the packagename and everything be changed too, or just the binary?
Feb 16 2020
Feb 15 2020
Fixed issues mentioned by @algent
Feb 14 2020
Update, there are apparently only 3 packages left to package: humanfriendly, rx, and injector.
@algent Is there any particular reason for this naming scheme? It seems rather inconsistent.
Those packages are commented out right now because they don't exist in the repos yet. Currently I cannot test it because it crashes on start due to missing dependencies. Before this package is submitted those dependencies need to be packaged into the repos.
Remove extraneous dependencies
This package depends on the following Python packages which are not currently in the repos:
Could you set this as part of the 4.2 target? I'm so excited for 5.18 and I really want to get it on my favorite distro soon!
Feb 11 2020
The package in the repo is not a Flatpak though.
Feb 1 2020
Why is gitg deprecated? I wanted to install gitg so I stumbled upon this page. I'm so confused.
Jan 30 2020
Thanks a lot @joebonrichie! Your work is very much appreciated 😄
Jan 29 2020
Would it be realistic to land Python 3.8 soon? I know 3.7 was just packaged but I'm a Python developer and the new Python versions have tons of exciting features I can't wait to get my hands on 😄
@graemelion It can be installed system-wide.
@rapatel0 IIRC the Liquorix Kernel includes some tweaks but also includes the unofficial MuQSS scheduler patch from Con Kolivas.
Jan 28 2020
@Girtablulu Why not? (I'm just trying to learn the packaging policies)
I'm going to try to make a package.
Jan 27 2020
It could be a memory issue. That computer only has 4GB of RAM and Linux is known to freeze when it runs out of memory.
@DataDrake, is this changelog fine?