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@algent Ah thanks. Didn't know about it.
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@Silvermyst can you post the output of linux-driver-management status and lspci -v?
Confirmed that installing the 20210511 release of linux-firmware and rebuilding the kernel results in a successful boot.
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Feb 19 2021
Rebase on master
Feb 18 2021
Updated description and summary
Re-inclusion will need to go through our standard package request process.
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Jan 25 2021
Oops. @davidjharder I didn't mean to step on your toes. Feel free to ping me or submit patches for it if you don't see me do it on time. I will also do a search to make sure no one else submitted the patch before I do it in the future.
Jan 22 2021
Add back python2 support
@joebonrichie Thanks for that. My python-backports was broken. Reinstalling it fixed the issue.
Actually the python2 version of flake8 is broken on Solus at the moment, and that is why I am proposing to drop the python2 support. This is the output of running flake8 on my system:
Jan 16 2021
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Jan 6 2021
Thanks @JoshStrobl. I will be more careful next time.
Nuke /usr/share/doc and fix the description
Jan 3 2021
ikuchin@ikuchin:~$ sudo apt list nvidia-docker2
nvidia-docker2/bionic,now 2.5.0-1 all [installed]
N: There are 23 additional versions. Please use the '-a' switch to see them.
ikuchin@ikuchin:~$ sudo apt list cuda-drivers
cuda-drivers/unknown,unknown,now 460.27.04-1 amd64 [installed]
N: There are 6 additional versions. Please use the '-a' switch to see them.
Dec 16 2020
Change |- to | in check.
Dec 13 2020
Dec 6 2020
@livingsilver94 Thanks for your great work. I am not the maintainer of mupdf, but I guess you are welcome to work on it.
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Sep 25 2020
Remove unused dependencies and sort build dependencies.
Rename package to haskell-Diff
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Sep 10 2020
@algent mutagen also uses pyflakes for its code quality check, but it has no functional dependency on pyflakes. mutagen builds successfully and its python3 part of unit tests pass. python-pycurl also only uses pyflakes for unit test. I am able to build python-pycurl successfully. Its unit tests failed. However, this failure happens regardless of whether I use local repository or not, so I don't think it's related to the upgrade of pyflakes.
@algent autopep8 is also updated to have compatible versions with pycodestyle. mutagen uses pycodestyle and pyflakes only for code quality check, but it has no functional dependency. mutagen builds successfully with new versions of pycodestyle and the python3 part of unit tests passed. The python2 part of unit tests failed because the drop of python2 support in pycodestyle.
Tested against pylint. Updated test plan accordingly.
Sep 8 2020
Switched source to pypi since the github source does not contain a setup.py file.