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- Aug 5 2017, 8:54 AM (80 w, 3 d)
Wed, Feb 13
@Massinissa I already tested the functionality of the software. For now, it is up to the maintainers to review the package and - hopefully accept it. Then you should be able to install it.
Mon, Feb 11
Sun, Feb 10
Should this be implemented in two different .desktop files? For example:
Well, I understand that problem, I just thought it should not be critical to flatpak itself because of it still being in 1.x.
@Girtablulu Why should the update of geoclue and the desktop portal block this update? I understand those should also be updated, but that can happen independently as it is still within the same major version, right?
Fri, Feb 8
mdds, libixion and liborcus will need to be updated as well. I already got them updated, when I get LibO 6.2 built, I would happily contribute those patches.
Mon, Feb 4
Alright, it would probably have been better to open up an issue for this.
I am going to close this as I do not have enough understanding of how things work to make this happen.
Dec 27 2018
Sorry about that.
I understand that.
Well, you can actually use flutter without any command line at all. And honestly the biggest upside is not having to copy files on every update manually if one can simply update the package.
Anyway, I will try to get Dart working and then we can look further into flutter.
Dec 26 2018
Cleanup of package.yml
Disabled static library
Yeah, it does not feel like a very clean way. On the other hand it is a drawback in terms of usability but I guess that won't hurt too much.
Removed qt5-location-googlemaps dependency
Updated component to programming.library
@DataDrake To be honest, the release only happened only because I asked the author to create one.
The thing with this plugin is that it is more or less "done" and does not receive major changes. I would be fine with just leaving the plugin out and packaging subsurface without it.
Dec 25 2018
Whoa, that was quick.
I guess when you manage to ask the author for source tarballs by creating git tags this problem would be resolved and @JoshStrobl might reconsider it :)
That is exactly what I am talking about.
On a side note: On this OS I would never start to use Arch as an argument.
Ok ok. I might have been to quick on that one.
So, I just wanted to note that there is a lack of versioned tarballs of the source code. And that seems to be the case, right?
Just one note: There is no released version yet. I don't know if that is due to the project not being ready or the maintainer not seeing it as necessary.
Alright, I will take that back. There are versioned downloads on the website...
No, we won't have to ship Dart with Flutter. Flutter uses it's own precompiled version of Dart. So a Flutter package would just be the packaged version of the release tarball. It is not a very clean way of distributing an open source package, but Google decided to do it that way.
I still think we should have these packages in the repository. Solus is an operating system where I would be confident to give it someone who is not a Linux nor a command line expert, someone who maybe has never used tar before. For those people it would be ideal to do the obvious: Go to the software center, search for Flutter and install it.
Dec 24 2018
Added qt5-location-googlemaps dependency and needed patch for the dependency to work.
Dec 23 2018
This was an accident. I just tried out a phabricator app I found on Android and seriously: One accidental swipe and it closed the task. I didn't really know what I was doing, just trying it out.
Anyway, the app is removed and I will be more careful. Sorry about that!
I forgot to enable the unstable repository.
Alright, that would be all reverse dependencies?
Not having done that before, do you guys do that? Because if I just say 'It is ok.' you would have no reason to trust me...
Oh, right, I should have probably looked this up before I opened a new ticket. Sorry!
Yes, I was already aware of the fact that this needs more testing. I just thought I would provide a starting point.
May 11 2018
Dec 26 2017
Dec 25 2017
Dec 24 2017
Yeah, sorry for answering late, but seems like I don't have to add anything. I will create a Diff...
It will make Solus more developer friendly. If you ever had to set up and maintain complex infrastructure by hand (be it just for local testing), chances are you don't want to do that twice...