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CPU-X is a Free software that gathers information on CPU, motherboard and more

anrieff/libcpuid 299

a small C library for x86 CPU detection and feature extraction

X0rg/dmg2dir 17

A Bash script which extract macOS application from DMG file

linuxdeploy/linuxdeploy-plugin-gtk 5

Gtk+2/3 plugin for linuxdeploy. Bundles Gtk+ resources, GLib schemas, and a lot more.

linuxdeploy/linuxdeploy-plugin-ncurses 1

ncurses plugin for linuxdeploy. Bundles terminfo and a lot more.

X0rg/afancontrol 1

Advanced Fan Control program, which controls PWM fans according to the current temperatures of the system components.

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Packages I maintain on the Arch User Repository

X0rg/czkawka 1

Multi functional app to find duplicates, empty folders, similar images etc.

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a small C library for x86 CPU detection and feature extraction

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AppDir creation and maintenance tool. Featuring flexible plugin system.

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Correct dependencies in README.md Related to #4

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make install don't work.

$ sudo make install
msgfmt po/fr.po -o po/dmg2dir_fr.mo
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make: *** [Makefile:14: po] Error 127

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Rename from "Ext. Family/Model" to "Disp. Family/Model" (#199) * Rename from Ext. to Disp. * GUI: add tooltips in (Disp.) Family/Model tab * GUI: add tooltip in UMD Version tab * fix format * fix text of tooltips

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Rename from "Ext. Family/Model" to "Disp. Family/Model"

Related: https://github.com/X0rg/CPU-X/issues/185

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pull request commentX0rg/CPU-X

Rename from "Ext. Family/Model" to "Disp. Family/Model"

Since we are getting the driver version of OpenGL, should I explain that as well?

On my setup (Open-Source Radeon driver from Mesa), driver version is the same for both OpenGL and Vulkan:

So in my opinion, there is no need to add (OpenGL) in tooltip.

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Rename from "Ext. Family/Model" to "Disp. Family/Model"

 static void set_labels(GtkLabels *glab, Labels *data) 	gtk_label_set_text(GTK_LABEL(glab->gtktrad[FRAMGPU1]), data->objects[FRAMGPU1 + opts->selected_gpu]); 	if(data->gpu_count == 0) 		gtk_widget_hide(GTK_WIDGET(glab->gridcards));-	for(i = 0; i < data->gpu_count; i++)+	for(i = 0; i < data->gpu_count; i++) {

Please keep the same formatting style, i.e. { on a new line (to be aligned with the corresponding }).

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Pull request review commentX0rg/CPU-X

Rename from "Ext. Family/Model" to "Disp. Family/Model"

 static void set_labels(GtkLabels *glab, Labels *data) 		gtk_combo_box_text_append_text(GTK_COMBO_BOX_TEXT(glab->activecore), format(_("Core #%i"), i)); 	gtk_combo_box_set_active(GTK_COMBO_BOX(glab->activecore), opts->selected_core); +	gtk_widget_set_tooltip_text(glab->gtktab_cpu[NAME][FAMILY], _("BaseFamily[3:0]"));

I am not sure that the [3:0] is relevant for end-user (that is why I dropped it for display family and model).

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Rename from "Ext. Family/Model" to "Disp. Family/Model"

 static void set_labels(GtkLabels *glab, Labels *data) 	gtk_label_set_text(GTK_LABEL(glab->gtktrad[FRAMGPU1]), data->objects[FRAMGPU1 + opts->selected_gpu]); 	if(data->gpu_count == 0) 		gtk_widget_hide(GTK_WIDGET(glab->gridcards));-	for(i = 0; i < data->gpu_count; i++)+	for(i = 0; i < data->gpu_count; i++) { 		gtk_combo_box_text_append_text(GTK_COMBO_BOX_TEXT(glab->activecard), format("#%i: %s", i, data->tab_graphics[VALUE][GPU1MODEL + i * GPUFIELDS]));+		gtk_widget_set_tooltip_text(glab->gtktab_graphics[NAME][GPU1UMD + i * GPUFIELDS],  _("User Mode Driver Version"));

Nice, good idea. :+1:

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issue commentAlexays/Waybar

crash when unpluging displays

@evlli thanks for the tip. Issue is not present with waybar-git-r1536.811f089-1.

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issue commentX0rg/CPU-X

CPU Family/Model is used for Ext.Family/Model

Well, my first thought was to leave it "as it" just to be aligned with CPU-Z. I am afraid that if we change it now, it will confuse users that compare CPU-Z with CPU-X.

But I think it is a good thing to fix that, so in other words, I am OK with Disp. instead of Ext., you can submit a PR if you want. We can add tooltip on labels to add explanation, i.e. in gui_gtk.c file, in set_labels() function, like this:

gtk_widget_set_tooltip_text(glab->gtktab_cpu[NAME][EXTFAMILY], _("CPU display (\"true\") family (computed as BaseFamily+ExtendedFamily)"));
gtk_widget_set_tooltip_text(glab->gtktab_cpu[NAME][EXTMODEL], _("CPU display (\"true\") model (computed as (ExtendedModel<<4)+BaseModel)"));
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issue commentAlexays/Waybar

crash when unpluging displays

I have the same issue when I turn off my monitor:

$ waybar -l debug
[2021-07-18 11:23:04.022] [info] Resources files: /home/xorg/.config/waybar/config, /home/xorg/.config/waybar/style.css
[2021-07-18 11:23:04.027] [debug] Output detection done: HDMI-A-1 (Iiyama North America PL2481H 11186V2801144)
...
** (waybar:183355): WARNING **: 11:23:04.049: gtk-layer-shell v0.6.0 may not work on GTK v3.24.30. If you experience crashes, check https://github.com/wmww/gtk-layer-shell/blob/master/compatibility.md
[2021-07-18 11:23:04.049] [debug] GTK widget tree:
window#waybar.background.top.HDMI-A-1.:dir(ltr)
  decoration:dir(ltr)
  box.horizontal:dir(ltr)
    box.horizontal.modules-left:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        box#workspaces.horizontal:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        box#tray.horizontal:dir(ltr)
    box.horizontal.modules-center:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        label#mode:dir(ltr)
    box.horizontal.modules-right:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        label#custom-backup:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        label#custom-aur:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        label#pulseaudio:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        label#memory:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        label#network:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        label#custom-cpu:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        label#custom-gpu:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        label#clock:dir(ltr)
      widget:dir(ltr)
        label#custom-power:dir(ltr)

[2021-07-18 11:23:04.072] [info] Bar configured (width: 1920, height: 22) for output: HDMI-A-1
...
[2021-07-18 11:23:10.965] [debug] Output removed: Iiyama North America PL2481H
terminate called without an active exception
zsh: abort (core dumped)  waybar -l debug
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