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- Mar 5 2019, 5:55 AM (70 w, 5 d)
Fri, Jul 10
Remove wrongly added dependency
Thu, Jul 9
Wed, Jul 8
According to developer this is intended.
This is intended. I not hardcoded this path, I just used built-in method to get it.
This is because the application have the same name as the company (Crow Translate). And Qt looks at /usr/share/Company/App Name/ on Linux.
I have to check this with the developer:
/usr/share/Crow Translate/Crow Translate/translations/crow-translate_es_ES.qm
Better fixing this upstream.
Mon, Jul 6
Sat, Jul 4
Fri, Jul 3
From the official page.
It just need a rebuild.
Tue, Jun 30
@just, I just installed autokey-py3 and it is running fine. I don't get any output on terminal like that.
Mon, Jun 29
Yes, it doesn't start.
Sun, Jun 28
As reported in T9141, there are more issues in version 20191017 for current version of gnome, but the issue of headerbar text color for "Materia" and "Materia-compact" variant is still present even in latest commit.
Does it fixed those other weird visual glitches that you mentioned before?
Sat, Jun 27
Fri, Jun 26
Thu, Jun 25
Yes I can maintain this.
Wed, Jun 24
Tue, Jun 23
Sun, Jun 21
Synced with git in e582c2491c00. Now it builds fine with libboost-devel version 1.72.0 but it doesn't add libboost as rundependency.
Sat, Jun 20
The reason of this diff was to clean python2. No problem for me to send a PR to remove this from our repo. This package was a dependency of lollypop and was removed in D6969.
Thu, Jun 18
Wed, Jun 17
you forgot to do make bump before building this.
The developer has made a notice on twitter for this (Jun 14, 2020):
@akrenz you build it by replacing `publicprotected
Tue, Jun 16
This task can be closed. networkmanager-strongswan is now in repository.
This is dublicate of T8695
Mon, Jun 15
Sat, Jun 13
Add MAINTAINERS.md file
Jun 11 2020
Jun 10 2020
Jun 9 2020
Can we re consider to accept this package for inclusion.
I have been using this for three months now and it is working fine.
This project is in active development and currently there are 18 releases so far.
The dependency problem with pyPDF2 is solved by replacing it with python-pikepdf.
This is already in repository. Find it on Software Center or install it from terminal sudo eopkg it corectrl.
Maybe you didn't find it here in dev tracker because it is named wrongly as corectl, which is another thing to fix.
See it here: https://dev.getsol.us/source/corectl/
Jun 6 2020
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May 31 2020
So only two left here rstudio and vcmi.
May 30 2020
I think the issue is caused from /usr/lib64/kf5/kauth/corectrl_helper.