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- Nov 13 2017, 11:11 AM (124 w, 11 h)
Is there any reason why AVX2 was turned of in the blender update? The summary had no mention of it so I guess it was accidentally left inside the commit after local testing?
Update to 1.1.3 (just small pkgconfig fixes)
Sat, Mar 28
Fri, Mar 27
You need to add: Depends on D8566 to the summary
Thu, Mar 26
- Fix stuff that managed to slip into the pspec
Add proper rundeps now
There is already an open differential: https://dev.getsol.us/D8518
Wed, Mar 25
- Remove patch that isn't needed anymore
It appears that gnome-control-center looks for the DBUS service net.reactivated.Fprint and decides based on that if it should show that part of the gui or not (https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-control-center/-/blob/master/panels/user-accounts/um-fingerprint-dialog.c#L77).
I still can't figure out why this doesn't show. Any professional help from someone that understands dbus would be highly appreciated.
- Remove gtk3 as it isn't needed without gtk dem app
Tue, Mar 24
Regarding what @EbonJaeger said, I think it would be much better to use the actual tarball releases over at https://github.com/Canop/broot/releases and build it ourselves. I don't think the current implementation will be accepted unless there is a very specific reason and especially not when the binaries come from someone else than the project owner...
I would argue against actually adding this to the repository. This project has been dead for a couple years and from what I can tell no one has actually stepped up to maintaining the code base or make a new fingerprint manager application.
Arch Linux seems to be having problems building it lately (see comments) because of it no longer being compatible with fprintd that handles the fingerprint support.
There is already a task for this, see T4881. I recommend searching for open issues before you open a new one.
I am a user of this and I would have contributed a package if it wasn't an Electron app. I recommend everyone to install it through flatpak instead: https://flathub.org/apps/details/com.bitwarden.desktop
I would recommend installing it through Flatpak: https://flathub.org/apps/details/com.bitwarden.desktop
Mon, Mar 23
- Update to brave 1.5.115
Fri, Mar 20
I have updated my Budgie system to the new Gnome 3.3.6 stack upgrade and have been testing flatpak and the operating system in general.
Thu, Mar 19
Fri, Mar 13
I am thinking about having jack2 replace jack1 instead and just drop jack1 in favor of jack2. Right now it seems that eopkg isn't up to the task of keeping two drop in replacements in the repository. Is this something you would agree with? @DataDrake
It definitely looks like an amazingly good font for development. Wouldn't have anything against using this is my default going forward 👍
Wed, Mar 11
Tue, Mar 10
Sun, Mar 8
Abandoning. Please feel free to use parts of my package.yml in the future after the gnome stack upgrade to 3.36 @JoshStrobl :)
Looks like this fails on mutter as it looks for the old library...
Sat, Mar 7
Feb 28 2020
Feb 24 2020
Is the changelog link supposed to be a download of the tarball?
Feb 22 2020
Feb 21 2020
Looks to be a duplicate of T8548 and T8644. Seems to be an upstream issue related to Nvidia Graphics Cards and the proprietary driver. The open source driver works fine on my end, nothing to do about this I am afraid.
Feb 20 2020
I don't know if I agree with you here to be quite honest. I have not encountered any issues and it seems to be fine as is, at least for me.
Feb 19 2020
Tested this now as I needed jekyll for a project.
I noticed that rundeps are missing, for example missing the whole Ruby package that makes it actually run...
Any news on getting this merged in to the repository? Would be a good addition...
If we are to ignore this, you should probably abandon it using the "Add Action..." button above the comment box.
Feb 17 2020
- Merge branch 'master' of https://dev.getsol.us/source/jack-audio-connection-kit
- Merge branch 'master' of https://dev.getsol.us/source/openal-soft
Please search for open issues before opening a new one.
This task is a duplicate of T7901.
I am the maintainer for Brave. There is no need to open tasks for requesting it to be updated. I am holding of with the update as I know that the latest update has been quite buggy. I will update it when the second bug fix release drops in the coming week...
Feb 16 2020
Feb 13 2020
See comment above (accidentally pushed submit too soon)
Needs to be rebased on top of the alsa rebuilds
Feb 11 2020
Yeah I have the same issue here. Copying the files in to another folder, building and then copying back is the solution. The build server has rarely complained about this in the past.
This is the only package that suffers this issue so I highly doubt that my surname is the problem.
It would be preferable to get this landed before the sync on Friday.
Feb 10 2020
- Update atom to 1.44.0
Feb 9 2020
Feb 8 2020
As a note to anyone reviewing this, the redkite ui library is intended to be statically linked, it is the whole purpose of it. See the project readme.md file for more information.
Feb 7 2020
Feb 6 2020
- Remove the find and remove stuff
Feb 4 2020
Feb 3 2020
You can just install it using go get -u github.com/go-delve/delve/cmd/dlv like you do with all the other go packages. It is simpler and it is how it is supposed to work :)
Feb 2 2020
Yeah I agree with you. I still need to add the alsa to jack audio dependency and have to wait for jack2 to land before this. The cadence package will however NOT have pulseaudio to jack installed by default because it breaks pulseaudio upon pressing stop. Advanced users will need to install pulseaudio-module-jack manually if they know what to do, I will not have any responsibility for people breaking their system audio...