This project is to enable individuals to request the inclusion of software / packages into the Solus repository.
Blocked until D10618: [WIP] Initial commit of dotnet lands.
Thu, May 13
Ah, too bad. I had this actually compiled for myself a while back, and was thinking about including it, if it improved. I'll still check it out from time to time.
@serebit Nice catch. Thanks!
We might not want to include this in the repos, as the maintainer is against distributions patching this software, and in their words:
As a heads up. With the next release of NoiseTorch, you will have to either stop applying patches, or rename, as will other distributions.
So we can either distribute it completely unpatched, distribute it under a different name, or just not distribute it at all.
Wed, May 12
Tue, May 11
I would note that I am already maintaining the lxc package and would be taking on maintaining this as well. I already have it built and well-tested locally and if approved would like the creation of the following repositories (for LXD and dependencies):
Mon, May 10
Aha thanks! This is why I can never get a full score on my math tests.
The license is BSD-3-Clause so it is open source :D
Sat, May 8
I'd rather not see yet another vendored build of LLVM get added into the repos. This seems to use TWO, one for Bolt and one for itself. Their claims of "20%" faster don't really seem good enough to justify it during development either. If you are looking for a Python JIT, PyPy looks like a similar level of performance without such annoying vendored libraries. Cython will be consistently faster than either of them.
@HildaTheDev you should not be uploading files as part of a Package Request. And you should never be uploading an eopkg archive for ANY reason on Phab.
Anyway my ibus-bamboo*eopkg is still the newest version
Thank you 😄 Best wishes for Solus 🙏
This package has already been accepted for inclusion here https://dev.getsol.us/T8520
And someone already pushed the patch here: https://dev.getsol.us/D10125
This patch is still waiting for review, and I don't know why isn't accepted yet.
Haha thanks :)
I've tried to build from source and it's working. cvc4 and z3 are listed as optional dependencies (SMT solver and dependencies), so even without them we still have a stable and functional build of solidity. From my observation, they seem to be performing similar actions to make check (though I'm not sure).