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#1 2020-05-23 07:27:06

apaz
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[REQUEST] UOSC, a minimal mpv gui

Hi, I would like to request -if possible- the PKGBUILD of uosc; a comfortable and minimal MPV GUI.
https://github.com/darsain/uosc

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#2 2020-05-23 11:58:41

Stefan Husmann
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Re: [REQUEST] UOSC, a minimal mpv gui

According to the README you only have to copy two files into the correct folders scripts and scripts-opts, but I do not know where these folders should be created.

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#3 2020-05-23 12:27:24

loqs
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Re: [REQUEST] UOSC, a minimal mpv gui

Mpv#Additional_configuration_files

Last edited by loqs (2020-05-23 12:27:56)

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#4 2020-05-23 12:35:02

Trilby
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Re: [REQUEST] UOSC, a minimal mpv gui

loqs, that's where a user should copy them to - they can't be packaged for a home directory path.  For packaging, they'd go in /usr/share/mpv/scripts/.

Although given that this is just a script and config setting, I don't know if there'd be any reason to package it.  Just use it as is.

Last edited by Trilby (2020-05-23 12:35:33)


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#5 2020-05-23 12:42:09

Stefan Husmann
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Re: [REQUEST] UOSC, a minimal mpv gui

Thanks, so there is no system wide config path for available for mpv, and so at least an AUR-ready package is not possible, because AUR-packages may not change users's hom directories. By the way, I misread the instructions and thought that the scripts have to be copied into some lua related locations, not mpv-related locations.

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#6 2020-05-23 13:12:58

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Re: [REQUEST] UOSC, a minimal mpv gui

It's certainly possible to have an aur-ready package, it just doesn't seem useful.  The aur-ready package would install the script(s) to the mpv scripts folder, then they'd be available for the user to copy them to their home directory appropriately.  But given that one can just download the files directly to their home folder, the package isn't making it any easier except to the degree it makes this tool easier to find for archers.


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