I can't do ./configure because it fails: "./configure: line 5961: test: too many arguments" is reported 6 times, then it errors with "could not make config.status"
Line 5,961 from "./configure"
if test `sed -n "s/.*$ac_delim\$/X/p" conf$$subs.sed | grep -c X` = 92; then
(ya, it makes a whole lot of sense, huh?)
This is with the latest SVN or the "stable" AUR distributed one
Last edited by zenix (2007-11-27 22:32:18)
cat /usr/bin/arson > Arson, the HOT AUR search helper! -- Use Clyde instead
I think I found a bug in the transparency auto detection. I launch my desktop through the .xinitrc file, setting up all the apps I need instead of using bloated desktop managers such as Gnome or Kde, and it seems that loading Stjerm through this file makes the transparency detection fail (I'm using the latest 0.11 version).
If instead of loading Stjerm I load xterm, and then I load Stjerm through the xterm, I get the transparency working properly.
Nice app you've developed, by the way. It has totally replaced Tilda (finally!) for me
EDIT: Ok, I have found the cause. Apparently, Stjerm was being loaded too quickly. Adding a Sleep 1 before loading Stjerm fixed the problem.
Last edited by Lazer (2007-12-07 18:46:42)
autohide: false= always on th top?
could you let stjerm has an option that autohide:false and other window can be put on its top. you know sometimes we need to look at what's exporting on console and what's happening on window both.
another issue is stjerm can not quit itself after i type exit.
anyway, it's a great terminal.
as I hear from stjepan, this project is not under development any more ...
but maybe stjepan will work on it again, I'm trying to convince him that stjerm is fantastic!
Just discovered stjerm, it's brilliant! It's already taken over xterm as the terminal of choice for quick dirty things.
Looks nice to me . But I still have to send --toggle twice to get the terminal back after it hides because of losing focus. (using 0.11)
Let's dig out some old thread
In each heart, as pure it may be, there is a place of deepest and darkest abyss.
(by Apollo from archlinux.de, translated by a friend of mine who writes http://www.drunkduck.com/Captain_Communism/ )
This is a really nice. I've been searching for one of those, since all the other quake-like terminals have some stupid issue.
What is the -k option for actually using the tilde/"console" key? (The one next to the key 1 on my keyboard)
Very good terminal indeed. I changed from guake to it. Hope to see further development in the future
I like it a lot, too. So much that I have made a PKGBUILD to get latest svn version, which allows you to set the size using percentages instead of pixels. Find it below Oh, do any of you know if it is possible to automatically execute a program when stjerm starts? Kind of "-e" option for yeahconsole (which used to be my favourite until I started to use two screens at work)
pkgdesc="Stjerm terminal from SVN repository, providing latest patches like specifying size with percents and better dualhead support"
svn checkout http://stjerm-terminal.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ $pkgname
make || return 1
make DESTDIR="$pkgdir/" install
Just a question :
Stjerm does not cover panels in gnome but does cover statusbar in awesome wm. Is there a way to fix that in awesome wm so that statusbar will not be covered by stjerm ?
just changed vom guake to tilda to stjerm - and i love it!
gauke was kinda slow, tilda had some smaller problems (hasn't got really good "exit" handling, like stjerm )
I have just rebuild stjerm from aur and it hangs upon start, vasting 80% cpu.
I cant type anything into it, it is unusable. This is only output:
(stjerm:32447): Gtk-CRITICAL **: IA__gtk_notebook_set_tab_reorderable: assertion `GTK_IS_WIDGET (child)' failed
Last edited by ammon (2010-12-14 21:35:19)
This is an old thread.
You're probably better off posting a comment directly to the AUR page, though both stjerm and stjerm-svn haven't had much activity since October.
Last edited by brisbin33 (2010-12-14 21:42:52)
Ok, but let it stay here. Just in case someone know workaround.