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- Correctly rebase on top of LLVM-8 update
I have successfully tested variety against this version and there aren't any noticeable issues observed from my part. I tried to test gajim, but I couldn't get it to connect to any server at all, not even with the old version of this package. Could anyone with that know gajim help with testing of the proxy using this version of python-cryptography?
Wed, Aug 14
Tue, Aug 13
Changes are now incorporated in to D6863
Mon, Aug 12
Sat, Aug 10
Fri, Aug 9
Thu, Aug 8
PR done a bit sooner than expected: https://github.com/getsolus/solus-sc/pull/22
I will send a merge request tomorrow for the deprecation of gnome-mpv.
Remove old component.xml file
Delete unused patch
Add back portaudio
I really need my morning tea, these aren't even needed at compile time...
Wed, Aug 7
- Adress review from Josh
- Update to the June/July progress report
Build the experimental plugins too
Tue, Aug 6
Mon, Aug 5
I will make a shot at updating this later in the week unless someone does it before me :P
Sun, Aug 4
Just a little tip for you on getting a more readable summary:
Sat, Aug 3
Fri, Aug 2
You are free to merge this now @JoshStrobl 👍
Update to 0.67.123
Thu, Aug 1
Please wait with updating this as 0.67.123 has been released and I will see to get it updated tomorrow.
- Update to 0.10.4 and enable Qt5 support (requires lv2 1.16.0)
Wed, Jul 31
Please update the task accordingly against the guidelines for writing a package update request here.
Tue, Jul 30
Mon, Jul 29
I will make sure to do the testing in my revision when I get the time and get back from my vacation.
Sat, Jul 27
I have contacted the developer and he was kind enough to stop deleting tags. There’s currently two releases in the releases page and I will make sure to package this when I get back to my packaging computer :)
Fri, Jul 26
Running in to same issue with the calf repository
I already had D6539 open for the upgrade, but this (and my revision) requires a lot of testing and I don’t currently have the time for that. If you want to do the testing, I will abandon my revision in favor of yours at the moment :)
Thu, Jul 25
Thanks for the inputs. I have had great success in my own LTO compilations form a performance standpoint, but I did not know that it wasn’t that good over all. I really thought that it was a great default option, but I will see about using it and other optimizations more, when necessary instead, when I update packages...
I had the same issue as (1) and I managed to fix it by installing lightdm-settings and then opening it to change the wallpaper to the one you want.
Wed, Jul 24
After a good read through of the build documentation it looks like it’s possible to build the plugins from source. Please read the bottom of that page to see what I mean, I don’t know if it will make bridge support work though...
Any news on getting this merged? @DataDrake
Tue, Jul 23
Thanks, I know the feeling and it’s totally fine for me. I couldn’t have done the diff right now anyway, so it’s all right :)
You can remove everything from the changelog that isn’t relevant to Solus, for example Debian 10 support and if there is anything mentioning MacOS or Windows.
I have basically been doing the latest nine updates of atom in the repo and began doing so after being poorly updated for a couple releases, but you can have it this time...
Sun, Jul 21
@Jacek is right about rust, it compiles to machine code just like C/C++ or even Go for that matter, but it has great memory safety forced on the programmer.
On another note I think the changes in the changelog could be added instead of just bug fixes. Just remove everything that’s not related to Linux or Solus...
Fri, Jul 19
- Move optimizations to make sure that they always are done
Thu, Jul 18
Duplicate of T3778
Here is a link to the latest tarball (in case you missed that): https://github.com/chrismaltby/gb-studio/archive/v1.1.0.tar.gz