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- Dec 12 2017, 8:05 AM (62 w, 3 d)
Simplified deletion of unwanted libraries.
Tue, Feb 19
Congratulations with your first revision :)
Mon, Feb 18
Fri, Feb 8
No, seems that they load libcurl dynamically: https://github.com/yquake2/yquake2/blob/25bf4d3e02188733a672e5fe6258e37fe28e86ce/src/client/curl/qcurl.c#L105
And I didn't add it to rundeps since it's in system.base.
Added docutils for docs generation.
Thu, Feb 7
Wed, Feb 6
Put the flag on the same line as the rest of the command.
Sun, Feb 3
- Enabled GDAL and OpenMP support.
- Use system speex, sqlite and gsm instead of bundled versions.
Enabled GDAL and OpenMP support.
Sat, Feb 2
Wed, Jan 30
Sun, Jan 27
Jan 14 2019
Jan 4 2019
Jan 2 2019
Dec 29 2018
Dec 25 2018
Update to 20181223.
Removed dependency on libnotify, as it's not used anymore.
Dec 24 2018
Dec 23 2018
Would require safety rebuild of Octave.
Dec 21 2018
Dec 20 2018
Dec 17 2018
Rebuild against Python 3.
Repeated all actions described in the test plan - everything works the same.
Updated hashsum of the tarball.
Seems that upstream has reuploaded the tarball for some reason.
ParaView requires enabling Python support at build time, and I didn't enable it because I don't use it myself and it increases compilation time drastically. I've thought that I will enable it if someone asks for it :)
Dec 16 2018
IIRC, it also caused issues under Plasma - Firefox window became unresizable with tabs in title bar. I don't know if this issue persists in Solus now (I don't use Solus Plasma yet), but it still persists, for example, in Kubuntu 18.04 with Firefox 64.
So, I think, we need some testing from Plasma users first.
Bump to 20181215.
Dec 14 2018
Dec 13 2018
Dec 11 2018
Dec 9 2018
Bump to 20181207.
Dec 4 2018
abi_used_libs is gone, because abireport got this data from /usr/include/glm/glm_dummy (see build log), and this file doesn't exist in the current version.
Dec 2 2018
Removed builddeps that are not needed anymore.
Nov 30 2018
Nov 29 2018
Will look into updating it later today.
Nov 24 2018
What do you think about building VTK against system libs instead of bundled ones? CMake scripts contain bunch of "VTK_USE_SYSTEM_something" flags that are set to OFF by default. I've enabled some of them in our ParaView package, and it works normal. I've encountered problems only with libtheora, gl2ps (both require builds from master branches) and GLEW (builds successfully, but segfaults on launch).
Nov 21 2018
Updated the patch to remove libstrangle.conf.
Bump to 20181118
Nov 18 2018
- Patched to use versioned symlink to libvulkan.
- Removed devel Vulkan packages from rundeps.
Nov 17 2018
- Moved all configurations to patch.
- Added vulkan-32bit-devel to rundeps to have all necessary symlinks in place.
Nov 15 2018
Nov 10 2018
Nov 8 2018
@CrackedCrafterz, Because 7.0.0 is already in Solus Unstable. There were no sync with stable repo after LLVM update, so you just need to wait for the next sync.
Nov 7 2018
Bump to 5.6.0. Release notes available here.
Nov 6 2018
Nov 5 2018
- Bump to 20181104...
- ...And start using date of build instead of revision number.
Nov 4 2018
AMD R9 280X, running with amdgpu
Are you sure? The last kernel update (that landed in stable) enabled SI and CIK support in radeon module, and now those GPUs load with radeon driver by default again. It was reverted in unstable: 8f824c5f7e88306d6d46f856546cc1e4db6dda62
Probably your issues are caused by loading with radeon instead of amdgpu. So, your issue looks like a duplicate of T7101 to me.
Oct 31 2018
Updated to r7138.
Oct 30 2018
Oct 28 2018
- Updated to the latest stable snapshot.
- Fixed permissions on icon file.