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- Apr 17 2017, 12:12 PM (96 w, 3 d)
Sun, Feb 17
Very few packagers actually run tests for python applications. It's easy to miss a dep inside the rundeps list...
Fri, Feb 15
Thu, Feb 14
FWIW, the whole suite is not a single package but it's split among various packages: https://cdn.download.kde.org/stable/applications/18.12.2/src
Feel free to request other games though!
Mon, Feb 11
Hey, congrats then 🎊
In the changelog though, you should only list what's relevant to a Solus user, meaning you should not list package changes, changes in the build system (cmake in this case) and fixes/features for other platforms (in this case, Debian).
You did not specify a summary.
Sat, Feb 9
I made another request: T7590.
While it's not a written rule, typically it's Core Team that manages packages in system.base, so you better just notifying that an update exists :)
Fri, Feb 8
Nope x2, you should use a list, like you do for the builddeps. Remember to sort it alphabetically.
Nope, it's missing the MPL :)
Thu, Feb 7
License is wrong, as per their README file.
Hah, that's something I wouldn't ever have bet on. Thanks for the test!
FWIW, the export command for build flags should be needed only in the build block.
Wed, Feb 6
Great job! Sorry for having been pedantic but this package really needed some fixes.
Now, what's left is to just remove bundled libs, but I guess we can ignore this for now :)
Tue, Feb 5
For Qt companion GUI: - pkgconfig(Qt5Gui) and --enable-qt \.
Try to pass --enable-qt. At least that's what I understood from the source code...
You're right. From here:
An unknown option ordinarily indicates a mistake by the user and configure halts with an error.
Also, you should be to replace ./configure with out %configure macro and to remove prefix=/usr since it's already included in the macro
Could you enable Desktop UI?
@JoshStrobl would it be acceptable to set a script that creates a tarball as the source, enable networking and then build JOSM from the extracted tarball?
Mon, Feb 4
You're welcome too @Jacalz! But you didn't write my test plan, nor yours 😆
Remove tests because %make test requires networking
I know that @kyrios123, but they're not entirely listed. For example, libwebkit-gtk is completely missing, and pyyaml is not used, at least in tests.
We should probably take the time to manually run those tests as lutris devs intended.
Sun, Feb 3
Ok, I managed to run tests. Well, I technically didn't as tests for lutris are supposed to be manual, nevertheless python3 setup.py test imported all the Python code and that helped me to figure out what lutris needs to work properly. Here are the rundeps:
- python-requests - python-evdev - python3-gobject - libgnome-keyring - libgnome-desktop - notify-python - python-pillow - libwebkit-gtk
None of them is needed to build lutris, so the builddeps block can be removed.
The "weird shit" in pspec is due to the fact you didn't do +1 on the release number 😛
Drop a patch. I'll take care of the rest.
Well if you want to go ahead, make sure to run tests on your local installation (it's not possible to run tests inside solbuild as there's no screen output, so they fail) to make sure we're listing every dependency.
I confim that I have libwebkit-gtk installed because of emacs. I'll add it to the rundeps if no one will overtake me.
From the blog:
Hmm, I cannot reproduce it. Can you check if you have installed python-gobject? But you should if you're able to use the Software Center.
Fri, Feb 1
Thu, Jan 31
Fix yupdate mess.
Oops sorry, did a mess with yupdate. I'm fixing it ASAP.
Tue, Jan 29
Remove old patches
I did not package version 16.0 as it's a preview.
Sun, Jan 27
Sat, Jan 26
Could you try using the git tag against GitHub instead of switching to another source? Sometimes actually, GitHub-generated tarballs are not fine, but git tags are okay.
I can't find any reference to Title Bar in R755. Are you sure you did not import any settings?
Could you provide a screenshot of Solus?
Prune dep list
Jan 22 2019
Learn how alphabet works
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Jan 12 2019
Guess you skipped my part about the typo. "Resources" is with only one 's' :)
@Beastmilk not exactly. Not to have the title bar is a feature, while the missing borders are a "bug" of Plasma with GTK applications with CSD enabled. Fedora, and apparently Neon as reported by @jraleigh, have a custom kwin setting to apply borders to such applications.
Jan 10 2019
Jan 8 2019
Changelog's available https://github.com/dylanaraps/neofetch/releases/tag/6.0.0
And the previous release was accidental.
I think you can close this. Surely pandoc requires some manual work since Think Python's Makefile uses HEVEA, but I managed to get a decent output from pandoc nonetheless with pandoc -s book.tex -o test.epub. With some more efforts I think I'll be able to replicate what the Makefile does.
Jan 6 2019
Jan 5 2019
I don't think the summary should be that long. Did you do a wrong copypasta? ;D
Jan 4 2019
Little typo in "Depends".
Jan 3 2019
I've already taken care of it here D4873. Sorry!
Jan 2 2019
Is this related? T7283
Dec 30 2018
[domenica 30 dicembre 2018] [19:44:02 CET] <DataDrake> we'd much rather you spent time updating and maintaining things you use daily
Not sure if I should abandon this patch as I don't use fish regularly.
Personally I don't agree with this policy, but I'll continue to contribute to packages I'm more involved with anyway.
Move etc directory to root
Dec 29 2018
Yeah I suspected that.
Use git repository as souce (as this defines the version string to 3.0 instead of unknown)