Tue, May 21
Thu, May 16
Mon, May 13
Looks good! It doesn't follow the original mockup in that the flash drive selector is on another screen, but that's probably fine.
I am working on the KDE ISO Image Writer as part of GSoC and based on this discussion I created the following mockups:
Sun, May 12
This is done https://build.neon.kde.org/job/merger_gpgme/
Mon, May 6
Thu, May 2
Wed, May 1
Also added to iso seeds and isos rebuilt then put on social media
appimagelauncher now in
the postinst script calls dpkg-architecture but that is part of dpkg-dev which may not be installed. If this is needed it needs a Pre-Depends
Mon, Apr 29
needs a second look at phonon them to work out why the build isn't passing
declarative I think too
zeitgeist is qt4 only (and dead)
Sat, Apr 27
or maybe not it's probably obsolete.
Apr 26 2019
I've made that annoying job-updater error have some useful debugging so now it says the KDE repo it's look for, the neon repo it's coming from and the branch it cares about. In the case yesterday I had not set all the branches so it was erroring there. Should be fixed now. Please update qca2 packaging and builds and see if you can merge into debian repo ready for upload when it unfreezes
check the released kmymoney and merge packaging into Neon/release-lts ?
git master's cmakelists of labplot have been made standard conform and should now properly report all packages in the cmake feature summary. IOW: CI should now report when things are missing on unstable.
Apr 25 2019
It's a clone of your repo for libappimage yes, you should be able to add yours as a remote and merge in changes.
Is this a mirror of my repo?
I would like to just update my repos in debian salsa, though I guess I can just merge it in via remote add.
Where should I put appimagelauncher? neon-packaging or this bionic-backports thing? Can I mirror my repo?
Looks like you already compiled kmymoney with new alkimia :) will test and merge unless already done.
I've done first two:
Update to alkimia 8
Move to extras/ from bionic backports
This does seem kind of scary. libgmp and mpir have the same symbols so can't be installed at the same time I think. libgmp has a load of very vital rdepends
apt-cache rdepends libgmp10
and can not be removed from the system. So if we are to use MPIR which i think is recommended by the alkimia guy then that would need worked out somehow. It may be worth contacting him directly (Ralf) to ask what he recommends.
Essentialy mpir is not compatible with gmp as they use the same symbols. https://lists.debian.org/debian-science/2015/03/msg00021.html
Debian made the decision to not have it in archive. I can package it, but I do not know what else we may have that uses gmp. It could very well break things. Just letting you know :)
Done but needs merged into Debian when unfrozen by @scarlettmoore
Discover doesn't export appimagehub without packaging and installing scratch/apol/xdgthing so we'll ignore it like Discover wants us to.
Apr 24 2019
libappimage is in and added to kio-extras for thumbnail goodness.
this turned out to be quite the rabbit hole...
commit a20bbe2c49e58ec2eb252d6a450cf375b587b9a6 (HEAD -> master, origin/master, origin/HEAD) Author: Harald Sitter <email@example.com> Date: Wed Apr 24 12:59:52 2019 +0200
Apr 23 2019
the chap that wrote the tooling's collapser.rb was right forward-thinking and the implementation of the Unpacker class in there is actually useful to replace most of the stuff going on in that dockerfile.