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- Jan 4 2018, 10:00 AM (76 w, 4 d)
Fri, Jun 21
Update to 0.710
Remove unneeded documentation
Thu, Jun 20
Note: Just saw that a new release came out yesterday, but that one would also require an update of python-typed-ast, which would then require a rebuild of python-astroid and so on. So I think we're better off including this update as is in the next sync, for the immediate benefit of fixing Thonny, and then I can take a look at the larger task of updating it to the newest version, with enough time to check everything until the next sync.
Wed, Jun 19
Sounds like a configuration issue. Works fine here as well.
Mon, Jun 17
Interesting, then there probably still is some underlying issue with tray icons not properly updating
(I'm guessing the issue re-appears after a while?)
Have you restarted since the update? Might just be an artifact of the old version.
Note that we shouldn't update python-typed-ast to 1.4.0 because even the newest mypy version only works with "<1.4.0"
Oh, the requirement actually comes from python-mypy which hasn't been updated in ages and works fine in the newer version. Gonna update it in a bit.
Unfortunately the newer typed_ast version seems to be a requirement of the newer python-astroid (D6404)
It actually seems it's TOO up-to-date ^^
Fri, Jun 14
It might've been cached in my case (sudo eopkg dc doesn't seem to completely remove it from the cache for some reason).
Thu, Jun 13
Works fine for me right now. Probably a temporary issue with the repository server, or your connection to it.
Wed, Jun 12
Tue, Jun 11
Fri, Jun 7
Seems like they are switching to a web-based approach anyway:
Thu, Jun 6
Wed, Jun 5
Flash in Chrome works fine again now. Thanks to Justin for the heads-up! This can be closed.
The very same watpi, yes. Unfortunately I don't have any calibration tools myself (or even experience with color profiles and the like)
Sun, Jun 2
Fri, May 31
Sorry, they just released that update an hour ago, and I saw the email notification right after you committed my previous revision 😆
Mon, May 27
May 23 2019
Whoops, forgot to comment:
based on Electron
May 21 2019
May 20 2019
Note: This was already reported in T7902 and upstream at https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-multi-writer/issues/8
Oh yeah, interesting. It launches fine when no USB-Stick is inserted. If you try to launch it with one inserted, it crashes with the above error messages. The same thing happens if you plug in a USB stick while the program is running.
May 17 2019
Interesting, and you just have the same terminal layout and computer name as the random guy you copied from?
Sayonara, my Dutch friend 😆
May 15 2019
Apparently they forgot to include a .tarball-version file in their tarball, so the version gets set to UNKNOWN.
Fixed by creating the file ourselfs with our version string from the package.yml
May 14 2019
In the mean time you can install python3-qtwebengine to fix this yourself
Was a similar problem as in T7950. Should work after this fix is committed and pushed to stable.
I'll take a look at this
May 12 2019
Seems like it already has a stable release (version 0.2), see here https://github.com/maoschanz/drawing/releases
They should probably update their github repo summary if they really left the beta phase.
May 9 2019
Indeed it can, but that's a suboptimal situation. Not that this package is the crème de la crème, but it's a start ^^
For one this is pretty outdated, but building from Android source code directly is a horror show.
May 8 2019
May 7 2019
May 6 2019
@chax: Okay, thanks for the tip. I'll take a look at it. (though I didn't have to use sudo to run adb anyway)
Regarding the window button issue maybe a sudo usysconf run --force, possibly combined with logging out and in again, can help? (I know I had to run that command to fix some of the icons after the update)
May 5 2019
That actually makes me feel a bit better.
Well, thanks for taking care of it in any case
*facepalm* I just noticed that I simply forgot the "<" between %patch and the patch file, but I didn't realize until I just did a diff between your commited change and what I had lying around. I kept on modifying and checking the patch file itself and wondering why the patching operation always got stuck. Oh well ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
@rhemberger: sorry, I haven't found the time to package this yet. When I tried for a couple minutes yesterday it got stuck applying the patch for some reason, and since then I haven't looked at it.
May 3 2019
People on Unstable are living the future NOW!
May 2 2019
May 1 2019
Apr 30 2019
Note: This includes the prebuilt server.jar from scrcpy's github repo.
Otherwise we would have to built it using the whole Android SDK.
So in case this is not okay, there is a whole lot of work to do 😆