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#26 2010-09-26 06:09:46

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

This needs to be simpler to be installed. And i think it should be put in the official repos! big_smile


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#27 2010-09-28 17:30:11

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

For indicator-session-bzr the reboot problem is that ubuntu patched gnome-session with an additinal dbus interface.

cat 95_dbus_request_shutdown.patch
Index: gnome-session-2.27.5/gnome-session/gsm-manager.c
===================================================================
--- gnome-session-2.27.5.orig/gnome-session/gsm-manager.c    2009-07-29 20:13:42.000000000 +0100
+++ gnome-session-2.27.5/gnome-session/gsm-manager.c    2009-07-29 20:13:42.000000000 +0100
@@ -2984,6 +2984,48 @@
}

gboolean
+gsm_manager_request_shutdown (GsmManager *manager,
+                              GError    **error)
+{
+        g_debug ("GsmManager: RequestShutdown called");
+
+        g_return_val_if_fail (GSM_IS_MANAGER (manager), FALSE);
+
+        if (manager->priv->phase != GSM_MANAGER_PHASE_RUNNING) {
+                g_set_error (error,
+                             GSM_MANAGER_ERROR,
+                             GSM_MANAGER_ERROR_NOT_IN_RUNNING,
+                             "RequestShutdown interface is only available during the Running phase");
+                return FALSE;
+        }
+
+        request_shutdown (manager);
+
+        return TRUE;
+}
+
+gboolean
+gsm_manager_request_reboot (GsmManager *manager,
+                            GError    **error)
+{
+        g_debug ("GsmManager: RequestReboot called");
+
+        g_return_val_if_fail (GSM_IS_MANAGER (manager), FALSE);
+
+        if (manager->priv->phase != GSM_MANAGER_PHASE_RUNNING) {
+                g_set_error (error,
+                             GSM_MANAGER_ERROR,
+                             GSM_MANAGER_ERROR_NOT_IN_RUNNING,
+                             "RequestReboot interface is only available during the Running phase");
+                return FALSE;
+        }
+
+        request_reboot (manager);
+
+        return TRUE;
+}
+
+gboolean
gsm_manager_shutdown (GsmManager *manager,
                       GError    **error)
{
Index: gnome-session-2.27.5/gnome-session/gsm-manager.h
===================================================================
--- gnome-session-2.27.5.orig/gnome-session/gsm-manager.h    2009-07-29 20:13:41.000000000 +0100
+++ gnome-session-2.27.5/gnome-session/gsm-manager.h    2009-07-29 20:13:42.000000000 +0100
@@ -148,7 +148,10 @@
                                                                 guint                  flags,
                                                                 gboolean              *is_inhibited,
                                                                 GError                *error);
-
+gboolean            gsm_manager_request_shutdown               (GsmManager     *manager,
+                                                                GError        **error);
+gboolean            gsm_manager_request_reboot                 (GsmManager     *manager,
+                                                                GError        **error); 
gboolean            gsm_manager_shutdown                       (GsmManager     *manager,
                                                                 GError        **error);

Index: gnome-session-2.27.5/gnome-session/org.gnome.SessionManager.xml
===================================================================
--- gnome-session-2.27.5.orig/gnome-session/org.gnome.SessionManager.xml    2009-07-29 20:13:41.000000000 +0100
+++ gnome-session-2.27.5/gnome-session/org.gnome.SessionManager.xml    2009-07-29 20:13:42.000000000 +0100
@@ -309,6 +309,23 @@
       </doc:doc>
     </method>

+    <method name="RequestShutdown">
+      <doc:doc>
+        <doc:description>
+          <doc:para>Request a shutdown with no dialog</doc:para>
+        </doc:description>
+      </doc:doc>
+    </method>
+
+    <method name="RequestReboot">
+      <doc:doc>
+        <doc:description>
+          <doc:para>Request a reboot with no dialog</doc:para>
+        </doc:description>
+      </doc:doc>
+    </method>
+   
+
     <!-- Signals -->

     <signal name="ClientAdded">

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#28 2010-09-28 17:42:52

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

I forgot, on one of the packages i had to use vala with ubuntu patches to successfully compile.

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#29 2010-09-30 17:33:27

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

most of the packages ask for :
- libindicator (building from AUR)

but this one does not compile, so i used libindicator-bzr.

is there any way to fix this?

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#30 2010-10-02 15:12:37

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

@arriagga: You should add "provides=('libindicator')" (without quotes) to libindicator-bzr PKGBUILD

Anyways, I managed to compile libdbusmenu-bzr, libindicate-bzr and libindicator-bzr (passing --enable-introspection=no to ./configure though). Also I compiled indicator-messages-bzr, indicator-session-bzr and indicator-applet-bzr.

BUT I got those problems:
1) Indicator Messages applet's menu (the envelope tongue) is just empty and it's shown grey: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3202815/Immagini/Indicator.png
I suppose it's due to /usr/libexec/indicator-messages-service not being started. I started it via command line and I got this error:

[gianfrix@eleuteros Compilati]$ /usr/libexec/indicator-messages-service 
** (process:28895): DEBUG: Looking at blacklist: /home/gianfrix/.config/indicators/messages/applications-blacklist

(process:28895): libindicator-WARNING **: Name request failed.  Status returned: 3

** (process:28895): WARNING **: Shutting down service!

2) I can't compile ido... I get this error:

 ido 0.1.5
 ===============================

 Prefix       : /usr

 Documentation: no

Making all in build
Making all in autotools
Making all in src
  CC    idoentrymenuitem.o
cc1: warnings being treated as errors
idoentrymenuitem.c: In function 'ido_entry_menu_item_send_focus_change':
idoentrymenuitem.c:173:7: error: implicit declaration of function 'GTK_OBJECT_FLAGS'
idoentrymenuitem.c:173:7: error: lvalue required as left operand of assignment
idoentrymenuitem.c:177:7: error: lvalue required as left operand of assignment
make[2]: *** [idoentrymenuitem.lo] Error 1
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make: *** [all] Error 2
    L'operazione sta per essere interrotta...
[gianfrix@eleuteros ido]$ 

For this reason I can't compile any other indicators...
Any help?

EDIT: Also, what the hell is GIR and GObject Introspection and what are its relations with indicators? :S

Last edited by Gianfrix (2010-10-02 16:07:17)


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#31 2010-10-06 07:36:31

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

Anyone tried indicator-appmenu?

after apply ubuntu gtk2 patch, gtk2 won't compile through.

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#32 2010-10-07 21:47:21

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

Ok, I've managed to port ido to Arch Linux using a dirt trick: using Ubuntu precompiled package -.-'

Most of the indicators are working (e.g.: Dropbox, Messaging menu)
I've also compiled indicator-me, compiling libgwibber before.
Anyways it just does not work, and it gives me an error, just like the other indicators that are not working:

[gianfrix@eleuteros indicator-me-bzr]$ /usr/libexec/indicator-me-service 
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Adding Pidgin Signals
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Building Telepathy Proxy

** (process:20135): WARNING **: Unable to connect to Mission Control
** (process:20135): DEBUG: provider[0]: Offline
** (process:20135): DEBUG: provider[1]: Offline
** (process:20135): DEBUG: provider[2]: Offline
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Setting icon to: user-offline-panel
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Global status changed to: Offline
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Building new Entry Menu Item
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Built Available
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Built Away
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Built Busy
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Built Invisible
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Built Offline
** (process:20135): DEBUG: display_mode_changed
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Setting username to: gianfrix
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Pidgin figuring out type for 1439
** Message: utils.vala:65: com.Gwibber.Service is available
** Message: utils.vala:65: com.Gwibber.Accounts is available
** (process:20135): DEBUG: accounts_string: Post to: twitter...
** (process:20135): DEBUG: gwibber service status changed to: 1
** (process:20135): DEBUG: gwibber service status changed to: 1
** (process:20135): DEBUG: provider[0]: Offline
** (process:20135): DEBUG: provider[1]: Available
** (process:20135): DEBUG: provider[2]: Offline
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Setting icon to: user-available-panel
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Global status changed to: Available

(process:20135): libindicator-WARNING **: No watchers, service timing out.
** (process:20135): DEBUG: Service shutting down
[gianfrix@eleuteros indicator-me-bzr]$ 

libindicator-WARNING **: No watchers, service timing out. is the error shown also on other non-working indicators, even if I've already added the required applets to the panel.
Also I can't solve the mistery of Indicator Appmenu applet, that keeps showing "No indicators".

When everything's working I will make a guide for you all to install those indicators in a painless way.

Last edited by Gianfrix (2010-10-07 21:48:04)


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#33 2010-10-12 20:59:07

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

can you share your method to install ido with a ubuntu package

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#34 2010-10-13 13:48:39

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

By using the latest ido (0.2.0), here is what i get at compile time:

Making all in build
Making all in autotools
Making all in src
  CC    idotypebuiltins.o
  LINK  libido-0.1.la
Making all in example
  LINK  gesture
../src/.libs/libido-0.1.so: undefined reference to `ubuntu_gtk_widget_set_has_grab'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [gesture] Error 1
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make: *** [all] Error 2

I'm guessing this has something to do with a patch that Ubuntu applies to GTK, probably this one.

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#35 2010-10-13 14:08:40

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

smartboyathome wrote:

By using the latest ido (0.2.0), here is what i get at compile time:

Making all in build
Making all in autotools
Making all in src
  CC    idotypebuiltins.o
  LINK  libido-0.1.la
Making all in example
  LINK  gesture
../src/.libs/libido-0.1.so: undefined reference to `ubuntu_gtk_widget_set_has_grab'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [gesture] Error 1
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make: *** [all] Error 2

I'm guessing this has something to do with a patch that Ubuntu applies to GTK, probably this one.

Yep, infact you need Ubuntu's GTK for ido to compile. No need for binary package anymore big_smile


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#36 2010-10-13 15:58:30

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

Well, I have uploaded appmenu-gtk and gtk2-appmenu (patched heavily using ubuntu patches!) in AUR.

I have plasma-menu-bar global menu in KDE and by installing appmenu-gtk,libdbusmenu and gtk2-appmenu I have working global menu for GTK+ apps too!

Hope these packages help all you Gnomies (:P) in creating an indicator-appmenu PKGBUILD. I don't really know the gnome/ubuntu/ayatana stack to help...

kthxbye!

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#37 2010-10-16 05:01:28

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

Great! I would really like to see these packages working together in AUR, and who knows... Later this could reach the official repo!

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#38 2010-10-16 13:55:44

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

zephyr wrote:

Well, I have uploaded appmenu-gtk and gtk2-appmenu (patched heavily using ubuntu patches!) in AUR.

I have plasma-menu-bar global menu in KDE and by installing appmenu-gtk,libdbusmenu and gtk2-appmenu I have working global menu for GTK+ apps too!

Hope these packages help all you Gnomies (:P) in creating an indicator-appmenu PKGBUILD. I don't really know the gnome/ubuntu/ayatana stack to help...

kthxbye!

I'm just trying it out now. IMO you could have named 'gtk2-appmenu' as 'gtk2-ubuntu' due to the amount of patches tongue
Anyways I got 'indicator-me' working. I just had to add Indicator Session Applet to the panel.

EDIT: 'provides' should contain 'gtk2=2.22.0' instead of 'gtk2'

Last edited by Gianfrix (2010-10-16 14:12:23)


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#39 2010-10-17 13:18:25

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

Gianfrix wrote:

I'm just trying it out now. IMO you could have named 'gtk2-appmenu' as 'gtk2-ubuntu' due to the amount of patches tongue
Anyways I got 'indicator-me' working. I just had to add Indicator Session Applet to the panel.

EDIT: 'provides' should contain 'gtk2=2.22.0' instead of 'gtk2'

I just added the versioned provides.
Indeed the amount of patches is overwhelming yet most of these are needed for the package to compile successfully!

And I also use dbusmenu 0.3.16.

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#40 2010-10-18 11:22:49

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

Ok, folks, up to now I've solved quite all my problems with indicators. This time I've started recompiling almost everything starting from Ubuntu sources (instead of bzr packages) and patches (searching them on packages.ubuntu.com). I've also made some extra package to improve GNOME experience (e.g.: faster DE startup big_smile). Here's a list of all the packages I've got on my system now:

Base Libraries for Indicators

  • libdbusmenu 0.3.16-1

  • libindicate 0.4.4-1

  • libindicator 0.3.14-1

  • ido 0.2.0-1

  • gtk2-ubuntu 2.22.0-1 (It's zephyr's package with a different name)

Other libraries

  • libgwibber 0.0.6-1 (Needed by indicator-me)

  • utouch-geis 1.0.12-1 (If I'm not wrong it's needed by indicator-me)

  • utouch-grail 1.0.11-1 (If I'm not wrong it's needed by indicator-me)

  • grails 1.3.5-1 (If I'm not wrong it's needed by indicator-me)

Indicator Applets

  • indicator-applet 0.4.6-1

  • indicator-application 0.2.9-1

  • indicator-datetime-bzr 13-1 (This one is Dinth's, works perfectly and needs gnome-system-tools to activate "Setup Date" menu entry)

  • indicator-language-pack-it 10.10+20100930-1 (This one is aimed to localize indicators. I've made it easy to change language modifiying a variable in the PKGBUILD big_smile)

  • indicator-me 0.2.10-1

  • cloudsn 0.7.8-1 (Not mine, but I use it for mail and RSS with indicator-messages. Works OOTB)

  • indicator-messages 0.3.11-1

  • indicator-session 0.2.10-1

  • pidgin-libnotify-ubuntu 0.14-3 (If you want Pidgin indicator-messages integration)

Other Packages

  • gnome-panel-bonobo-ubuntu 2.32.0.2-1 (Fixes slow startup)

  • gnome-panel-ubuntu 2.32.0.2-1 (Fixes slow startup)

  • gnome-session-ubuntu 2.32.0-1 (Fixes slow startup, fixes shutdown with indicator-session and lets compiz-fusion start easily without icon using gconf)

  • gnome-settings-daemon-notify-osd 2.32.0-1 (Already on AUR, includes notify-osd and indicator support)

  • dropbox-experimental 0.8.107-1 (Not mine, works OOTB)

  • metacity-ubuntu 2.30.3-1 (Fixes ambiance button backgrounds on Arch \m/)

  • nunit 2.5.3-1 (Slightly modified, fixes mono bindings)

  • empathy-ubuntu 2.32.0.1-1 (Adds indicator support)

And this is the result: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3202815/Immagin … OnArch.png
I still can't compile indicator-sound anyways.
I will load those packages on AUR (except the ones already on it), but I want to know if you find a metapackage a good idea to install all those things with one shot.
Otherwise I think a package group can be useful: how should we name it?


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#41 2010-10-19 02:39:00

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

Gianfrix wrote:

Otherwise I think a package group can be useful: how should we name it?

Maybe you could name it arch-ayatana-project, or gnome-ayatana. IMHO

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#42 2010-10-19 16:33:49

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

Gianfrix wrote:

I will load those packages on AUR (except the ones already on it), but I want to know if you find a metapackage a good idea to install all those things with one shot.
Otherwise I think a package group can be useful: how should we name it?

Personally i would prefer a meta pkg to a group, makes adding/removing easier.

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#43 2010-10-24 13:40:45

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

Gianfrix wrote:

Ok, folks, up to now I've solved quite all my problems with indicators. This time I've started recompiling almost everything starting from Ubuntu sources (instead of bzr packages) and patches (searching them on packages.ubuntu.com). I've also made some extra package to improve GNOME experience (e.g.: faster DE startup big_smile). Here's a list of all the packages I've got on my system now:

Base Libraries for Indicators

  • libdbusmenu 0.3.16-1

  • libindicate 0.4.4-1

  • libindicator 0.3.14-1

  • ido 0.2.0-1

  • gtk2-ubuntu 2.22.0-1 (It's zephyr's package with a different name)

Other libraries

  • libgwibber 0.0.6-1 (Needed by indicator-me)

  • utouch-geis 1.0.12-1 (If I'm not wrong it's needed by indicator-me)

  • utouch-grail 1.0.11-1 (If I'm not wrong it's needed by indicator-me)

  • grails 1.3.5-1 (If I'm not wrong it's needed by indicator-me)

Indicator Applets

  • indicator-applet 0.4.6-1

  • indicator-application 0.2.9-1

  • indicator-datetime-bzr 13-1 (This one is Dinth's, works perfectly and needs gnome-system-tools to activate "Setup Date" menu entry)

  • indicator-language-pack-it 10.10+20100930-1 (This one is aimed to localize indicators. I've made it easy to change language modifiying a variable in the PKGBUILD big_smile)

  • indicator-me 0.2.10-1

  • cloudsn 0.7.8-1 (Not mine, but I use it for mail and RSS with indicator-messages. Works OOTB)

  • indicator-messages 0.3.11-1

  • indicator-session 0.2.10-1

  • pidgin-libnotify-ubuntu 0.14-3 (If you want Pidgin indicator-messages integration)

Other Packages

  • gnome-panel-bonobo-ubuntu 2.32.0.2-1 (Fixes slow startup)

  • gnome-panel-ubuntu 2.32.0.2-1 (Fixes slow startup)

  • gnome-session-ubuntu 2.32.0-1 (Fixes slow startup, fixes shutdown with indicator-session and lets compiz-fusion start easily without icon using gconf)

  • gnome-settings-daemon-notify-osd 2.32.0-1 (Already on AUR, includes notify-osd and indicator support)

  • dropbox-experimental 0.8.107-1 (Not mine, works OOTB)

  • metacity-ubuntu 2.30.3-1 (Fixes ambiance button backgrounds on Arch \m/)

  • nunit 2.5.3-1 (Slightly modified, fixes mono bindings)

  • empathy-ubuntu 2.32.0.1-1 (Adds indicator support)

And this is the result: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3202815/Immagin … OnArch.png
I still can't compile indicator-sound anyways.
I will load those packages on AUR (except the ones already on it), but I want to know if you find a metapackage a good idea to install all those things with one shot.
Otherwise I think a package group can be useful: how should we name it?

can you share src.tar.gz or PKGBUILD for the packages that you has created???

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#44 2010-10-24 13:43:02

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

I said I'm gonna upload all the packages to AUR, including a metapackage/group/something useful to install one-shot.
Just give me a bit of time because I'm preparing an exam... big_smile


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#45 2010-10-24 14:06:58

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

ok, don't problem, lucky in your exam

pd: metapackage is a good idea, it's useful for install and uninstall
groups and AUR don't work well in some aur helpers

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#46 2010-10-25 15:52:08

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

Is there any PKGBUILD for Unity ?

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#47 2010-10-25 16:39:34

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

Been staring at this thread not knowing what it was, then this comes along

http://smspillaz.wordpress.com/2010/10/ … or-compiz/

then I wonder if I can get unity working on arch.

So, is there a working meta package yet?

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#48 2010-10-29 17:44:33

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

bananaoomarang wrote:

Been staring at this thread not knowing what it was, then this comes along

http://smspillaz.wordpress.com/2010/10/ … or-compiz/

then I wonder if I can get unity working on arch.

So, is there a working meta package yet?

See the first post, it does not compile, up to now.
IMO we should wait at least Compiz-ed Unity, because Mutter is much slow (on my GeForce 9600M GT!).

In the meanwhile, I'm preparing all the PKGBUILDS for the upload now! Anyways if they are maintained yet I can't upload them, so if you want I can adopt 'em. If I have to do so I'll publish a list.

EDIT: Dang, I forgot to test indicator-application (I tried recompling them again from scratch) :\

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#49 2010-10-29 19:17:04

Gianfrix
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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

I've uploaded some of the packages:
- libdbusmenu: http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=32050 (compile using extra-i686-build in devtools package)
- indicator-messages: http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=32052
- indicator-session: http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=32051
- indicator-applet: http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=31344
- indicator-application: http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=34448
- libgwibber: http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=41785
- indicator-me: http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=34438
- empathy-ubuntu: http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=42307

I can't upload though:
- libindicate (mantained yet)
- libindicator (mantained yet)
- ido (it's mantained yet)
- utouch-geis (needs new version uploading)


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#50 2010-10-29 20:09:12

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Re: Ayatana Project on Archlinux - official thread

@Gianfrix if you want i can orphan them


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