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Jun 23 2020
Thanks. I am sure I will be back whenever libhandy lands in the main repos (if it ever does) :P. RPM Spec is horrible. Tried to make a package and I immediately gave up. Miss the Solus format quite a bit. Good luck with your new maintainer initiative.
Hey! I am not currently using Solus, so no sense in assigning it to me :).
Hello, I am not currently using Solus, so no sense in assigning this task to me :).
May 1 2019
Good to know
@DataDrake by stack are you referring to the packages that depend on wxPython?
Apr 26 2019
I mean if it is backwards compatible, is that not enough to bump the current version to the new source?
@kyrios123 it seems to be advertised as "A new implementation of wxPython, better, stronger, faster than he was before". I am not sure however if it breaks API compatibility with V3. Here is the GitHub link https://github.com/wxWidgets/Phoenix.
Apr 25 2019
I am aware of all this. I asked for a democracy amongst the powers that be. Not the users like myself. I am not sure how any of what I wrote could be disrespectful. I am merely questioning something which seems like a weird hill to die on, not including a package merely because it depends on libhandy.
Apr 24 2019
I can maybe understand not including it due to the unstable nature of its development, but I am not sure I understand why a libhandy dependency should block Podcasts and Fractal inclusion entirely. By blocking libhandy, hobby developers can't use it easily and GNOME contributors will be unable to easily develop parts of the applications that use it. Is there any way that this decision can be reconsidered at a 1.0.0 release of libhandy? Adding to this, many of the C-based GNOME projects like GCC have Meson options for disabling libhandy support entirely. You seem to be ragging on Podcasts and Fractal for wanting to reach users on various platforms. I agree that projects should probably try to have some form of option to not include the mobile support UI elements, but this seems like more of a personal preference than one that should be enforced on all users of Solus. You can see that I have tried my hand at packaging this (libhandy, Fractal) in the past, so there are people invested in its inclusion. It is just a little baffling to me that web wrappers are good to go in the repository (Discord, etc.), but a desktop application with mobile support at small sizes is not.
Apr 23 2019
Not possible. Everyone that does packaging normally packages things they are interested in. I suggest that if this package is accepted, you look into packaging it yourself.
Apr 8 2019
I have opened a dialog here regarding the branding issue: https://www.reddit.com/r/pop_os/comments/bao3e7/possibility_of_including_the_popgtktheme_in_solus/
Apr 2 2019
looks like someone just needs provide the patch using the new method. They seems to have been generally accepted for inclusion, and they were closed for inactivity + old patch method.
Apr 1 2019
I should've read the wiki. I'm a chump. Thanks for the fix to the package
Re: latest comment
Wireshark is also failing to read my ethernet and wifi interfaces which is leading me to believe that it is missing another runtime dependency.
Mar 22 2019
Oh did more research. The command line option only applies to the session that you launched it with. It doesn't save the state, so this should probably be fixed
I did realize that you can just enable it from the command line. Although I know some extensions get defaulted in the product.json file. Not a big deal if this task is closed or fixed.
Mar 21 2019
If you will accept a patch, I can also provide one
Mar 17 2019
Is T7481 up for grabs? I could take it.
Mar 5 2019
Thank you to all core team members that went through the trouble of fixing this issue!
Mar 3 2019
Jan 21 2019
@DataDrake I would like to keep this open for now. I am going to do some testing during updates, and opening firefox with all extensions disabled. If I can't find any correlation, I'll take this upstream.
Jan 15 2019
Yea I don't know. It's not a firefox update issue. Something is corrupting the language selection. Posting eopkg history
Have you checked to see if stable works? Before you reinstalled, did you delete $HOME/.steam?
Jan 13 2019
The issue did not seem to appear this time. I am going to close the issue, and keep a watchful eye.
Jan 11 2019
This is a recent issue Kyrios. I maybe first noticed it within the last 2 or 3 Firefox updates. I am using Solus GNOME. I haven't done anything special with my locales. I did mark my timezone as CST however when I installed the OS. What are the env variables for locale? I will watch for the 64.0.2 update when that happens and see if it changes.
Jan 5 2019
Dec 15 2018
seems to be some sort of config issue on your end though
@mclang you should report that on the issue https://github.com/dotnet/core-setup/issues/4295
@mclang this is an issue with dotnet core, not Solus. I reported this upstream months ago, but no dice as of yet
Nov 19 2018
I can predict the future :)
Nov 13 2018
As soon as this is accepted, I have a working package.yml fo review
Nov 12 2018
I also have a working package.yml
@JoshStrobl with the loss of Adapta maintainership, would it be possible to consider this for packaging again? As far as Ikey's comment, could I just open an issue on their github to see if its possible to repackage it for Solus? The AUR currently has it packaged.
Nov 10 2018
Nov 7 2018
Next time use the github link :)!: https://github.com/klinker-apps/messenger-desktop/archive/v3.1.2.tar.gz
Oct 31 2018
Oct 29 2018
@DataDrake I had an idea. Could we use usysconf to override the java executables much like Ubuntu has update-alternatives when a user installs or reinstalls a java package?
This is going to require Solus to upgrade GTK to 3.24.1 due to dependency on libhandy
This got renamed fyi: https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/podcasts
Oct 25 2018
Josh, I don't mind becoming maintainer of meson if it is looking for someone
Oct 24 2018
I dont mind being the maintainer
and I see it has already been packaged
@violentmagician sorry for never seeing your message. You need to create a separate task for parver
Oct 23 2018
For reference the tar file linked is to the devs fork, and not the actual source code. https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/fractal is where the magic happens.
I have been going down the dependency tree. Fractal requires gspell >= 1.8, but Solus only packages 1.6.1. gspell 1.8 requires enchant >= 2.1.3. I saw in the enchant repo that an upgrade to version 2 has been attempted in the past, but that was a year ago. Has any progress been made on that Josh? I noticed this commit specifically: https://dev.getsol.us/R697:b97e81270174cf7ecc3714ff1309f1f0483f3ca5. No reasoning was supplied however.
Oct 22 2018
@JoshStrobl I think this could be reevaluated. Last time this was looked at was 3/16/18. From what I can tell the project has reached a stable state. I am currently working through a package.yml for this.
Oct 17 2018
I know Debian separates them out. Does anyone know if they have any problems with separate packages?
Oct 14 2018
Shame a great theme will be left to rot until a new maintainer picks it up
Oct 10 2018
Sep 23 2018
I was experiencing this bug in the Spotify snap. Command from above fixed the problem
Sep 20 2018
I don't understand Kotlin in regard to them needing older EOL versions of Java.
Well part of the problem still lies in how to handle multiple java installations. Unfortunately that has not been discussed much so I would like to get that discussion going again
Aug 25 2018
Thanks for the update!
Jun 7 2018
@RexMorgan you may want to make sure you can build 2.1
Jun 3 2018
I am going to plug this here: https://gitlab.com/tristan957/java-env-manager. It's a way to manage different versions of Java for those who have jdk10 + jdk8 + jdkx installed on their systems. If you end up using it please provide feedback :)
@der_eismann the slack snap is atrocious at showing monospace font. Otherwise I would use it
May 26 2018
I experienced having to enter my password to shutdown my computer as a result of the updates Friday. Josh said to comment here as it may be a result of the systemd upgrade
May 20 2018
updated. Thanks for pointing that out
Use new tarball source
Interesting. I will update accodingly
May 18 2018
Built and tested successfully
Per Josh's request, updated to 0.46.1
@JoshStrobl I'll get this updated real quick. No problem
May 5 2018
Thanks Josh and Sunny
May 2 2018
@DataDrake what is holding this up from being included in the repo
That is extremely weird but thanks for the lesson
that fixed it for me
Is this new in GNOME 3.28
May 1 2018
Does Kotlin actually require Java 9 to build? Why would Kotlin depend on an out of date version of Java. I am in favor of packaging Java versions upon release. If you only packaged LTS versions you would still see the same issues because LTS versions of Java have overlap.
Thanks for your work Josh.
@JoshStrobl I would like to link this discussion on a GitHub issue for VSCode Live Share. I believe the two problems are related: https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/live-share/issues/215.
Apr 29 2018
Mar 28 2018
Mar 22 2018
This will also require packaging virtualenv-clone
Mar 21 2018
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Mar 20 2018
Yarn was broken for me
Is his related
Cross reference: T6058. The update also broke ethernet connectivity as well.
Same as T6048. @JosephMart pls confirm you are experiencing the same issue. This is the only time I have ever experienced an issue in Solus. Who is the maker of your wifi chip? I am also experiencing a drop in ethernet as well?