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- Mar 1 2021, 12:37 AM (29 w, 3 d)
Mon, Sep 13
What I need is the ability to do #include <emscripten.h>, and I think that is not affected by emscripten's version.
Sun, Sep 12
In the meantime, if you can also upgrade emscripten to its latest version, that would be fantastic ^_~
@YakoYakoYokuYoku At least to my knowledge, it also affects the JS output, so that you can directly call a function in JS on the .js output file using its original name.
Thu, Aug 26
Remove line breaking.
Recover comments eaten by manual line break.
Remove note from Arch and use 00755 for access permission
Wed, Aug 25
Aug 23 2021
@xulongwu4 I was able to package it and successfully tested the sample on the GitHub README. I think it should work now, but since that might not cover everything, it would be great if you could also do some testing on your side!
I just experienced the froze @Staudey mentioned. Judging from the logs, I believe the problem is that when I try to play certain songs, it will attempt to fetch lyrics data from a wiki that has been closed, which causes it to get stuck.
- Solidity currently has no plan to use cvc5 plus cvc5 is not even out yet, so "waiting" for it might not be a good idea.
- As mentioned, cvc4 is an optional dependency, so it's totally fine if we don't want to include that.
Hi! I see that there are no maintainers specified for this package, so I decided to take a look myself. I was able to build it and play a few files with it. However, since I don't use this software, I'm pretty sure I'm not testing all common usages, so it would be great if you can also check it for me!
Aug 22 2021
Extract extra dependencies into workdir.
Aug 20 2021
Remove "networking" section since no need to manually grab dependencies.
Use the $source macro for installing additional dependencies.
Aug 17 2021
Removed a duplicate dependency.
Aug 15 2021
Sorry for the inconvenience! What we have in our repository is the community version. I've been trying to include the official cli, but I've been having some trouble packaging it. It's great to hear that you have a work-around!
Aug 14 2021
Hi! I'm the maintainer of the protonvpn-cli package, and I personally use this piece of software, so I think I might be able to help you here. :)
Aug 6 2021
In case someone wants to pick this up, I suggest doing it after vlang passes 0.3 as right now their release cycle is pretty long (the last release was in January) while breaking changes has been going on.
Jul 18 2021
Jul 16 2021
From my experience, it looks like you're running out of memory. How much RAM does your computer have? Running any RAM-hungry tasks when this happens? (e.g. 20 tabs in your browser, playing Minecraft while a software is compiling, etc.)
Jul 4 2021
I'm glad to give it a shot later today.
Jul 3 2021
I was trying to update this revision to the latest version (0.8.6), but I messed up some git stuffs and it's taking me forever to clean & fix them. so I'll just close this and create a new one.
Jun 28 2021
Updated tarball source with the one provided by GitHub
Jun 27 2021
Jun 10 2021
Is it possible to create a new package specifically for audacity's customized version, or is that too much work?
Jun 6 2021
May 25 2021
May 20 2021
May 18 2021
It's ok. As long as the wofi package works, I belive both of them should be fine and are ready to submit. Thanks for helping!
@DataDrake Sorry for that!
@h3o Maybe you can try to compile the build it yourself. Follow the article about building a package and end at the part "Updating solbuild". After that, run sudo solbuild build in the directory you downloaded the package.yml file.
May 17 2021
I've built it, but the build process is so smooth that I'm not sure if it actually works. Can you help me test it out, since I'm not sure how to test it?
May 15 2021
Renamed package from "solc" to "solidity" to prevent confusion
May 14 2021
May 11 2021
May 10 2021
Aha thanks! This is why I can never get a full score on my math tests.
May 9 2021
Link to task T9709
May 8 2021
- Changed cmake to %cmake so that the installation files will be at /usr/bin instead of /usr/local/bin
- Created MAINTAINERS.md and added my info
- Rearranged dependencies' order in builddeps and changed z3 to pkgconfig(z3)
- Removed make and cmake in builddeps
Just a note: this is related to task T9709
Haha thanks :)
I've tried to build from source and it's working. cvc4 and z3 are listed as optional dependencies (SMT solver and dependencies), so even without them we still have a stable and functional build of solidity. From my observation, they seem to be performing similar actions to make check (though I'm not sure).
May I become a maintainer?