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- Oct 14 2018, 7:29 PM (43 w, 5 d)
Tue, Aug 6
If so do you want to include Python one over Rust? After using it for 2 weeks I simply think it lacks autocomplete. But I can post the diff of Python one right away.
Could you please consider accepting this? In the original request many people showed interest in a TLDR client, not specifically on python one. And most people agreed that Rust one is superior.
You have agreed to include the other one and this has simplier build process, has no runtime dependencies and has any build documentation.
As Solus needs only one TLDR client could you accept inclusion of one that most deemed superior?
Thu, Aug 1
Fri, Jul 26
I have now packaged both Python and Rust client, now the choice is up to you. Terminal output of both is the same, so next to no difference to the end user.
+ used by Arch and Fedora
+ allows caching
- no build instructions, had to make use of Arch and Fedora build scripts
+ autocomplete for Bash (and Fish in next release)
+ static package, no need for additional dependencies
Thu, Jul 25
What I meant about more actively maintained is number of commits and features they bring. I don't know why they haven't tagged a new release yet, I need to bother them about it.
Yeah, speed is probably not a factor.
I forgot to mention the reason I prefer Rust client over Python one - autocompletion, which the latter lacks.
Both my 7 years old XPS with i5-3317U and my netbook with Intel Atom Coffee Lake CPU have that issue, so this would seem that this problem only affects devices with i915 driver and not newer ones supported by "Iris" Gallium driver. But I might be totally wrong.
Sun, Jul 21
I'm also new to Rust, but I think it is a small static binary, so no need to install Rust. After all you have Firefox on your system that is partially written in Rust, but don't need Rust.
I packaged this client because according to tests it is the fastest out of all.
Sat, Jul 20
I created a diff of Rust client Tealdeer, works just fine. Only lacking feature is fish autocomplete which is git but not yet in any release.
So we are only waiting for this task to get accepted, unless somebody wants to package different TLDR client.
Thu, Jul 18
Jul 18 2019
Jul 15 2019
Removed indentation on line 3 in MAINTAINERS.md
Added MAINTAINERS.md and rebuilt so it is release 1 in pspec_x86_64.xml.
Jul 13 2019
Jul 12 2019
Jul 11 2019
Updated package, because I've waited for so long for review, another (monthly) version has been released. Please, somebody just review it!
Jun 8 2019
Jun 4 2019
Removed 3 additional dependencies that other distros need to build it but solbuild doesn't
Jun 3 2019
Fixed a mistake I made while deleting reverse dependencies, sorry, I swear this is the last one
Jun 2 2019
Updated package to newest version, removed redundand dependencies, adjusted styling to Josh's standards
May 28 2019
7th iteration of Initial commit of Cinelerra-GG
6th iteration of Initial commit of Cinelerra-GG
May 27 2019
5th revision of initial commit of Cinelerra-GG
Removed redundand dependencies
Initial commit of Cinelerra-GG
Corrected worst possible mistake
I have packaged it and created a diff: https://dev.getsol.us/D6439
May 3 2019
The only problem I noticed is a weird problem with waking up from hibernation. The whole desktop is unresponsive, but in a weird way. Notifications work, I can use shortcuts to e.g. disable touchpad and change brightness and get an according popup, but I can neither move the mouse nor use keyboard to navigate, so no ALT + TAB or Budgie Menu via Windows/Super key. And CTRL + ALT + F2 and then CTRL + ALT + F7 doesn't help, more so, I don't get login prompt when CTRL + ALT + F2.
So I don't know if that's important as my laptop has had pretty broken suspend anyways
That blocker is no longer valid! So previously they kept older versions, but changed url form /pkgs/src to /old_pkgs/src.
After exchanging a few emails they agreed to keep older version on the same url, so it won't need an update of package.yml.
So now as you can see, they are keeping both current and previous package in the same directory
They release new version on first of every month and keep the previous version for one more month. I hope it will be enough to include it in the repos.
So is anybody interested in packaging it, if not I can do it after 2 weeks (20th May).
Apr 30 2019
@DataDrake I really care about this package, and I could at least ask the author to change something. Would you agree to add it to the repos if he just kept old tarballs, or would he need to change more?
Apr 25 2019
Issue with Papirus icon set.
A lot of Gnome apps (terminal, system monitor, disk usage, screenshot, etc,) use default Icons instead of Papirus.
Apr 9 2019
It does work now perfectly, no errors. Thanks!
Update of Mate broke Compiz, specifically window decorations. So now there are no title bars, which makes using desktop virtually unusable.
When running compiz-decorator --replace, which normally should enable decorations I get:
Bug in window manager: Could not find a button to strip. n_left = 9 n_right = 7
While with compiz --replace:
Mar 2 2019
Dec 27 2018
Oct 16 2018
Fair enough, I understand that. Thanks for spent time!
Could you add to the description of the file