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- Jan 24 2018, 6:42 PM (86 w, 4 d)
Wed, Sep 18
Like this? :)
Sat, Sep 14
Hopefully add the files this time.
Add zsh completions.
Tue, Sep 10
Add fish completion and change descriptions.
I've just tested the software in a clean Budgie installation and cannot replicate your issue, could you provide more details about your setup? The output of inxi -Fz would be great.
Mon, Sep 9
Thanks @kyrios123. :-)
Aug 12 2019
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Jul 29 2019
The issue is still present in the current Virtualbox package, the first time I tried inserting the quest additions image it failed to download, and the second time it outright crashed and aborted the VM. :/
Jul 27 2019
Jul 25 2019
Sorry 'bout that, copy. :-) I can provide a patch for the Python client when I have the time but before then perhaps @Jacek would like to take it up.
The machine which needed removal of xorg-driver-video-intel in order to work properly was a ThinkPad X220. I am currently on an XPS 13 9360 and the issue is not present, the Intel driver works fine.
It's actually one of the clients for tldr, the original one is I believe a node package, do we really want to package that? The initial proposal suggested the Python client tldr-python-client but an argument was made above for the Rust client tealdeer.
Jul 22 2019
Oh I'm all for Tealdeer too then. :-)
Jul 21 2019
I'd like to package the Python client of TLDR, as Python is included in the base Solus system. Not familiar with Rust, does Tealdeer have Rust as a dependency? Not sure I would be willing to install an entire language for one utility.
Jul 18 2019
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Jul 10 2019
This has been addressed before: https://dev.getsol.us/T649
Jul 4 2019
Jul 1 2019
Jun 30 2019
Convert sed to patch.
Jun 26 2019
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May 27 2019
Second this. The symbolic icons are pretty invisible in the default Papirus theme. I use Papirus Dark with the default Plata Noir, and I have to install it with the Papirus team's own installer.
May 16 2019
May 5 2019
Here's the integration page from the Fedora Wiki: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/Fingerprint
I'd like to look into the GNOME integration specifically, since it is the most user-facing side of the integration. Will look into how Fedora does this.
May 2 2019
Apr 13 2019
Apr 12 2019
Might come back to this later, the xine dependency is proving time consuming.
Apr 10 2019
Will package this if accepted.
Apr 5 2019
I've tried it on my initial privileged user, and I still cannot see it. The problem vanishes if the flag I mentioned is removed.
Apr 4 2019
I packaged the software and can say it is working as intended, the issue is that the file /usr/share/applications/budgie-desktop-settings.desktop includes a line OnlyShowIn=Budgie; by default. @JoshStrobl why do we have this parameter in the desktop file? It seems all Budgie desktop files have had this line since forever, according to the git history.
Mar 16 2019
Actually fixed changelog this time.
Updated to 1.6.3, fixed changelog
Mar 13 2019
I had gotten this to work on Solus for one of my Windows drives. Surprisingly stable software and nice for the security geeks. ;-)
Mar 10 2019
Feb 28 2019
Possibly a corrupted package?
Feb 23 2019
Feb 20 2019
Feb 19 2019
I see. I do not think VLC has that functionality, so I will work on Xine. Would you have the time to test this out @selwynorren?
For those who use this software: it originally uses Xine player as the previewer for DVDs, however packaging and integrating it is a pain. The software seems to support and provide the same functionality with VLC. Does VLC do the job, or is Xine required?
Feb 16 2019
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Feb 9 2019
This requires a builddep called Sencha Cmd, which is licensed under the GPLv3, but I could not get my hands on the source. To receive the source, they require you to provide personal information such as country and email address, and also sign up for marketing emails, which I think is just ugly practice.
Feb 8 2019
Remove unneeded dependency (thanks @livingsilver94)
Forgot to generate pspec, re-re-re-re-fix license (sheesh)
Feb 7 2019
Use %make macro for tests and fix license string