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May 9 2021
Mar 2 2021
Use https for homepage url.
Use markdown syntax for url in changelog.
Mar 1 2021
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Jul 26 2020
alternatively, we could avoid the dependency on perl by replacing the call to c_rehash in ssl.toml (usysconf) by a small bash script.
Jul 14 2020
Jul 12 2020
fix: bump the revision number
reopen this diff to bump the release number.
Jul 9 2020
Jul 4 2020
Please see D9170. apart from the Julia binding, which has been built, but not tested, this package is up-to-date.
Jul 3 2020
revise MAINTAINER.md and diff title
Jun 23 2020
I'll take the opportunity to build it with octave support, because most of its users use it through a python/matlab/octave interface.
May 8 2020
@JoshStrobl removed reference to github issues.
May 6 2020
Apr 15 2020
re-order dependencies alphabetically.
re-order dependencies alphabetically
Apr 13 2020
Mar 31 2020
Mar 17 2020
Mar 15 2020
Mar 5 2020
@kyrios123 hopefully this time i got what you meant by removing python2. please take a look. thx.
Mar 4 2020
removing python-setuptools, the "python2 bit"
removing python-setup, the "python2 bits".
removed python-setuptools, the "python2 bit".
@kyrios123 would you take a look at this again? thx
Mar 3 2020
Is fcitx-devel in builddep because of .so libs like /usr/lib/libfcitx-config.so? If that is the case, setting
libsplit : false
in fcitx may be a better solution.
The popularity of .7z varies significantly, depending who you talk to. 7zip is more popular among Windows users, because WinRAR isn't free, and there's no GUI for xz.
I'm not saying that 7z must be set as a rundep of Ark, but wants to point out that 7z is not rare. I searched "7z dataset" in my search engine, and see the following examples among thousands more:
Mar 2 2020
We use .7z as the standard archive format in our company, for the following reasons:
Feb 24 2020
rebuilt, after making jdcal/et_xmlfile python3 only.
as expected, nothing changed in this package.
removed python2 support. re-format description.
removing python2 support. re-format description.
Feb 22 2020
Does removing python2 bits mean removing %python_setup while keeping %python3_setup only?
Feb 17 2020
Feb 8 2020
Feb 2 2020
Feb 1 2020
I've been using patchelf for many years. The main use case is to patch RPATH. I have a working package.yml, for version 0.9 though.
Jan 30 2020
fix: use SPDX license ID.
I have this issue since Autumn 2019, in WPS office suite. Since WPS is third-party, I didn't raise this issue. Today I tried in LibreOffice, have the same issue.
fix icon and improve desktop file, at algent's suggestion.
mutool (T2156) does page extraction, merging and splitting, and is recently accepted in the repo. I don't have a solution for rotation yet.
Jan 12 2020
Dec 14 2019
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Oct 24 2019
While I understand that only core team members are supposed to re-open tasks, the status of ibus for Asian users remains miserable, as I tried again on my kid's laptop (yes, it's a solus setup) a few weeks ago.
I'm sure there are more than a few users having problem with ibus. There is not a workable solution, and correct me if i'm wrong, there is no solution on the roadmap.
Oct 17 2019
- remove cd commands, use make -C instead.
- combine arguments to install commands
- not using %make_install because klayout's non-standard Makefile will install to DESTDIR with a flat layout. it's easier to install to bin_release/ first, then copy to $installdir with our own commands.
Oct 16 2019
I've used a dozen or so tools for drawing publishing-quality circuit schematics, including GUI tools like visio, libreoffice, xfig, xcircuit, and scripting tools like asymptote, metapost (makecirc), circuitikz. The last time i used xcircuit was in 2005 or so.
The general conclusion is that xcircuit is the better choice among the GUI tools in terms of graphic quality, but only scripting tools are satisfactory to me.
Oct 13 2019
increment release number
hang on a min, i realize that because i did git rebase, i need to rebuild to update the release number and update the diff.
Oct 2 2019
btw, I packaged it locally. Both the x11 and gl versions worked swimmingly. On pdf files containing large vector graphics, evince/okular are extremely slow in rendering, but mupdf renders instantly.
Oct 1 2019
remove python2 support
The patch actually applies cleanly. Remove .rej/.orig files that implied otherwise.
remove python2 version, and remove some dependencies accordingly.
I only need its python3 version.
updated with proper packager setup
revised package description.
Sep 27 2019
Rebuild and tested against python-cryptography (D6539)
Jul 29 2019
abandoning this patch in favor of D6539
Jul 26 2019
homepage url updated to use https
@Jacalz Sorry I didn't search properly before i submit this patch. I was updating paramiko, which requires the new version of python-cryptography.
I only have experience with paramiko, and never used the packages JoshStrobl mentioned. Perhaps @JoshStrobl wants to coordinate the testing effort.