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yarda/gentoo-fedora 6

Fedora development on Gentoo - Gentoo overlay

hroncok/3dprinter-udev-rules 5

Rules for udev to give regular users access to operate 3D printers

yarda/hf 4

Linux ham radio soundcard program for RTTY, AMTOR, GTOR, PACTOR 1, MT63, and more

mhradilek/office-3d-printers 3

Various things for our shared 3d printers in the office.

yarda/chroma66202 1

User space utilities for chroma66202 digital power meter.

yarda/Equalizer 1

Equalizer is the standard middleware to create and deploy parallel OpenGL-based applications. It enables applications to benefit from multiple graphics cards, processors and computers to scale the rendering performance, visual quality and display size. An Equalizer application runs unmodified on any visualization system, from a simple workstation to large scale graphics clusters, multi-GPU workstations and Virtual Reality installations.

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GRBL CNC command sender, autoleveler and g-code editor

issue closeddl1ksv/gr-fcdproplus

Please add support for gnuradio-3.9

Gnuradio 3.9 is stable. It drops swig and uses pybind, so OOTs needs some changes. There is porting guide https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/GNU_Radio_3.9_OOT_Module_Porting_Guide

We are trying to rebase gnuradio to 3.9 in Fedora Rawhide.

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Please add support for gnuradio-3.9

OK, I am maintaining it in Fedora, closing.

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GRC: Ignore Gtk.init_check failures, which seem to be unrelated to actual Gtk functionality

@yarda would be super happy if you could test this!

Thanks, LGTM, I will push it into fedora testing (I will update it in case the final merge is different).

I noticed there is still one exit() call in the run_main(). Shouldn't all use sys.exit() for consistency?

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pull request commentredhat-performance/tuned

Tests: Be in sync with upstreaming guide.

The uncompleted test result (13/14) seems to be left over from the previous runs and seems unrelated to the PR.

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Tests: Be in sync with upstreaming guide.

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Merge pull request #384 from RHEmployee/sync-with-upstr-guide Tests: Be in sync with upstreaming guide.

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Thanks, LGTM, merging.

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issue commentLacro59/playnite-indiegala-plugin

It doesn't warn about locked accounts

Can you try with the v2.0.1?

Unfortunately, I haven't been able to lock my account recently, so I couldn't test it.

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issue closedLacro59/playnite-indiegala-plugin

No parser error when downloading metadata

When clicked "Library->Download Metadata... (Ctrl+D)", it sometimes shows the "Metadata search" dialog when the user can select the metadata, when I clicked the right metadata, it shows the no parser error, e.g. for the Theatre of war:

IndiegalaLibrary
No parser for https://www.indiegala.com/store/game/theatre-of-war-2-korea/63960

It shows this error for all metadata selected form the "Metadata search" dialog.

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issue commentLacro59/playnite-indiegala-plugin

No parser error when downloading metadata

Can you try with the v2.0.1?

It seems it works correctly, thanks, closing.

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pull request commentredhat-performance/tuned

beakerlibtests: add new test.

The test is failing on the epel-8 and centos stream, please fix it.

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beakerlibtests: add new test.

+#!/bin/bash+# vim: dict+=/usr/share/beakerlib/dictionary.vim cpt=.,w,b,u,t,i,k+# ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+#+#   runtest.sh of /CoreOS/tuned/Sanity/variables-support-in-profiles+#   Description: variables support in profiles+#   Author: Branislav Blaskovic <bblaskov@redhat.com>+#+# ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+#+#   Copyright Red Hat 

The same apply as in #384.

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beakerlibtests: add new test.

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Tests: Be in sync with upstreaming guide.

Please edit the commit message and drop the trailing period '.'

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Tests: Be in sync with upstreaming guide.

 # # ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #-#   Copyright (c) 2019 Red Hat, Inc.+#   Copyright Red Hat 

Additional trailing whitespace. The same problem is in other files in this PR as well.

Could you point me (e.g. in PM) to the doc requiring this change? The doc I was able to find states: "May contain a Red Hat copyright notice (ordinarily use the form: 'Copyright <YEAR> Red Hat, Inc. and/or its affiliates' where <YEAR> is the year the code is being first released (the year need not be updated)."

I.e. there is probably no need to drop the year and the 'Inc.' should be probably also there.

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PR closed gphoto/libgphoto2

On windows, change default camlibs/iolibs directories

Currently, when cross-compiling for the win, it installs camlibs/iolibs to the cross-compiler environment, e.g. for the camlibs some strange path like /home/user/crosscompiler-env/.../libgphoto2/2.5.27/. But later when the bundled resulting package is installed on the win, the path needs to something like C:\Program Files\Program\. For the win it seems libgphoto2 defines the default camlibs/iolibs load dir as ., which should work. Unfortunately, when bundling packages for win, there can be hundreds of DLLs, which may slow down startup of the libgphoto2, because it's testing the DLLs, whether they are camlibs/iolibs. Defining the environment variables IOLIBS/CAMLIBS_ENV works, but it's complication.

This PR propose changing the default runtime load dir to the ./libgphoto2 for camlibs and ./libgphoto2_port for iolibs.

But there is another problem, because the configure script doesn't have switch for the runtime dir and overrides the code defaults with the installdir. I.e. it explicitly adds to the CFLAGS -DIOLIBS=IOLIBS_INSTALL_PATH and -DCAMLIBS=CAMLIBS_INSTALL_PATH that are the 'strange' paths to the cross compiler. I temporally resolved it by:

--- a/configure.ac
+++ b/configure.ac
@@ -521,7 +534,6 @@ AC_ARG_WITH([camlibdir],[AS_HELP_STRING(
 ])
 AC_MSG_RESULT([${camlibdir}])
 AC_SUBST([camlibdir])
-AM_CPPFLAGS="$AM_CPPFLAGS -DCAMLIBS=\\\"\$(camlibdir)\\\""
 


--- a/libgphoto2_port/configure.ac
+++ b/libgphoto2_port/configure.ac
@@ -468,7 +468,6 @@ for x in ${IOLIB_LIST}; do
 done
 AC_SUBST(IOLIB_LTLIST)
 AC_SUBST([iolibdir],["\$(libdir)/\$(PACKAGE_TARNAME)/\$(VERSION)"])
-AM_CPPFLAGS="$AM_CPPFLAGS -DIOLIBS=\\\"${iolibdir}\\\""
 
 sorted_iolib_list="$(echo "${IOLIB_LIST}" | tr ' ' '\n' | sort | ${SED} '/^$/d' | tr '\n' ' ' | ${SED} 's/ $//')"
 AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([IOLIB_LIST], ["${sorted_iolib_list}"], [Define as string containing a list of the iolibs])

I think this should be resolved somehow, e.g.:

  • on win do not explicitly add the -DIOLIBS/CAMLIBS
  • add configure switch allowing override of the runtime load dirs

There is e.g. #251 which is related.

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pull request commentgphoto/libgphoto2

On windows, change default camlibs/iolibs directories

Closing the PR.

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pull request commentgphoto/libgphoto2

On windows, change default camlibs/iolibs directories

I think it's OK, thanks.

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PR opened redhat-performance/tuned

spec: made syspurpose requirement optional

Related: #339

Signed-off-by: Jaroslav Škarvada jskarvad@redhat.com

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