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- Mar 30 2017, 9:36 PM (156 w, 2 d)
Tue, Mar 24
Is there a reason for using a binary from a third-party repo instead of building it ourselves?
Fri, Mar 20
Flatpak appears to be working fine for me. Added the flathub repo, and installed and ran Spotify with any issues.
Thu, Mar 19
The Printers section of Gnome Control Center seems to be working as expected for me. Can add and modify printers just fine. Even shows the ink levels correctly!
Tue, Mar 17
Sun, Mar 8
Feb 25 2020
Feb 2 2020
Feb 1 2020
Jan 31 2020
Place pkgconfigs above explicit package names
Use a fixed commit to build from, and remove the included docs
Jan 30 2020
Jan 27 2020
Note for Core team: As per the Kraft task, the author is looking to migrate away from using ctemplate. There is recent activity on the development of this library, but if there is a better alternative it may be more prudent to wait for Kraft to migrate, and drop this package. I'll leave that up to you guys.
@dragotin Gotcha, thanks for the clarification on the python bit!
Jan 26 2020
Fix a shebang
Well, I am able to create documents and create PDFs from them, so as far as I can tell, everything is working.
Hello @dragotin, I'm trying to package this and the only missing piece is python-xml. According to your issue here, it doesn't exist in python3, which is a bit of a problem since we are getting rid of python2. Thus, I am unsure of what to do with it.
Jan 18 2020
Fix accidental newline in package summary
Dec 4 2019
Build without documentation
Nov 29 2019
- Fix typo in the version number
Going to rebase.
What in the world... How did it manage to diff from 2.11...
Nov 11 2019
Oct 23 2019
Oct 10 2019
Oct 9 2019
Sep 26 2019
Upgrade went smoothly on a fresh VM. The "Compile glib-schemas" usysconf trigger ran as expected. AppMenu is not present next to Activities on upgrade and can be toggled to enabled using tweaks.
Sep 4 2019
It is. It might also be worth waiting for 2.3.2, which has some quality of life additions, and memory leak reductions.
Aug 29 2019
Aug 24 2019
Removed un-needed rundeps and built against latest botan2 diff.
Aug 23 2019
Disable creation of static library
Sadly this thing expects a few different keys than what %CONFOPTS% uses, and using it breaks the configuring. :/
Aug 22 2019
Aug 11 2019
Fix build dependencies
Aug 7 2019
Changed software category to programming.tools
Aug 6 2019
Jul 18 2019
Jul 7 2019
Working for me using Plasma with Intel drivers.
Echoing @Staudey, Minecraft seems to work fine so far:
Jul 2 2019
I don't know why I thought I had changed that already. Sorry about that.
Jul 1 2019
Oops. Thanks @kyrios123. Sorry about that.
Add a patch and the builddeps to build rcm from source.
Jun 29 2019
As a note, a new release has been tagged on Github: https://github.com/debauchee/barrier/archive/v2.3.0.tar.gz
Jun 27 2019
Jun 22 2019
I've been using this for a couple of weeks now with no issues. If it gets accepted, I can package and maintain it, if that helps.
Jun 13 2019
Jun 12 2019
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.
Reworking to make this build using the Github release. Have to package a Ruby gem.
Correct, a package update. Submitted, though it's not linked to this task.
I can take this, if that's okay.
Jun 10 2019
It appears to me that iptables is already installed by default since I have it and did not explicitly install it. If you want configuration tools, there are multiple options in the repo that you can grab post-install.
Jun 7 2019
Apr 21 2019
Fix the license identifier format.
Apr 20 2019
Hopefully fix packaging issues
I did something wrong, so this is incorrect.
Feb 25 2019
Oct 28 2018
I did a couple things, then relogged, and all icon issues seem to be resolved now.
It certainly seems like there is a config somewhere messing things up; certain system apps still have broken icons, no matter what theme is in use. I'll go fishing, and post if I find anything.
Creating a new user correctly sets Breeze as the icon pack in use.
All of those are, yes. They were not set as in use, however.
Apr 12 2017
My apologies, it would seem I didn't search hard enough.
Apr 5 2017
As a note, they just released another update to stable. Go figure.