Mark Williams | 1 Jun 11:05 2008

Autostart Doesn't, erm... Autostart

Even after I moved the fdapython.py patch into the Rox-Session folder. 
Is that right?  I don't really know what to do with patches.

Or maybe the patch only works after a restart and not just logout/in. 
I'll try that.

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Mark Williams | 1 Jun 11:10 2008

Re: Autostart Doesn't, erm... Autostart

Mark Williams wrote:
> Even after I moved the fdapython.py patch into the Rox-Session folder. 
> Is that right?  I don't really know what to do with patches.
> 
> Or maybe the patch only works after a restart and not just logout/in. 
> I'll try that.
> 

> Nope, that didn't work.
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Mark Williams | 1 Jun 11:28 2008

Re: Autostart Doesn't, erm... Autostart

Mark Williams wrote:
> Mark Williams wrote:
>> Even after I moved the fdapython.py patch into the Rox-Session folder. 
>> Is that right?  I don't really know what to do with patches.
>>
>> Or maybe the patch only works after a restart and not just logout/in. 
>> I'll try that.
>>
> 
>> Nope, that didn't work.
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It seems that autostart for the python version of Rox-Session only works 
with LibRox v.2.0.3.  Which is no longer available.

And, yes I did try downloading 2.0.5 and renaming it.

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Mark Williams | 1 Jun 12:15 2008

ROX-Session-0.4.0 Is Senile

The stupid thing keeps forgetting that I want it to manage my session. 
Pressing help just tells me to post here :p

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Abrolag | 1 Jun 13:39 2008
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Re: ROX-Session-0.4.0 Is Senile

On Sun, 01 Jun 2008 11:15:11 +0100
Mark Williams <mark.williams <at> ntlworld.com> wrote:

> The stupid thing keeps forgetting that I want it to manage my session. 
> Pressing help just tells me to post here :p

Ah, so it's not just me then!

I went back to 0.30 which seems to have no problems.

I thought *I* was going senile :)

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Mark Williams | 1 Jun 13:41 2008

Re: ROX-Session-0.4.0 Is Senile

Abrolag wrote:
> On Sun, 01 Jun 2008 11:15:11 +0100
> Mark Williams <mark.williams <at> ntlworld.com> wrote:
> 
>> The stupid thing keeps forgetting that I want it to manage my session. 
>> Pressing help just tells me to post here :p
> 
> Ah, so it's not just me then!
> 
> I went back to 0.30 which seems to have no problems.
> 
> I thought *I* was going senile :)
> 
Nope. It's definitely RS that's borked.

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Thomas Leonard | 3 Jun 20:10 2008
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Re: Translations for the web-site

2008/5/5 Thomas Leonard <talex5 <at> gmail.com>:
> Drupal 6 now supports translations. If anyone wants to try it out, let me
> know!
>
> You need to be logged in, the page needs to have been marked
> to allow translations, and the language has to have been enabled. If
> so, an extra "Translate" tab will appear at the top of the page.

Note: the interface is a bit confusing. Here's what you have to do:

- Click on the Translate tab
- Click "Add translation" for your language
- Translate the text and save

At this point, it appears that your translation has replaced the English.
However, there is a small link called "English" below it which returns to
the original - it is not lost!

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Dylan Cochran | 5 Jun 23:20 2008
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Forcing programs to use 'rox' via exec, rather then using 0launch

I've been working on making ROX-Desktop programs work together better
on FreeBSD, and I've noticed that it seems that applets (eg,
ROX-Session or Edit) will always try to use 0launch to run rox, if the
0launch utility is available. However, since there is no 'feed' for
FreeBSD, it will have to fallback to the exec method, which does work
fine.

Is there an environment variable, or a .config setting, or something,
to force them to not even attempt to use 0launch for /just/ rox, even
if 0launch is in PATH?

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Thomas Leonard | 7 Jun 11:56 2008
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Re: Forcing programs to use 'rox' via exec, rather then using 0launch

2008/6/5 Dylan Cochran <a134qaed <at> gmail.com>:
> I've been working on making ROX-Desktop programs work together better
> on FreeBSD, and I've noticed that it seems that applets (eg,
> ROX-Session or Edit) will always try to use 0launch to run rox, if the
> 0launch utility is available. However, since there is no 'feed' for
> FreeBSD, it will have to fallback to the exec method, which does work
> fine.
>
> Is there an environment variable, or a .config setting, or something,
> to force them to not even attempt to use 0launch for /just/ rox, even
> if 0launch is in PATH?

There isn't an option for individual applets, but you can symlink ROX-Filer's
local feed like this:

$ ln -s /path/to/ROX-Filer.xml
"/usr/share/0install.net/native_feeds/http:##rox.sourceforge.net#2005#interfaces#ROX-Filer"

The FreeBSD package should probably do this for you. See:

http://0install.net/distribution-integration.html

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Thomas Leonard | 14 Jun 13:01 2008
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Archive 2.2

To celebrate the return of sf.net's file release system, Archive 2.2
has been released.

You can install it by entering this URL into AddApp:

  http://rox.sourceforge.net/2005/interfaces/Archive

To upgrade:

- Right click on the application and choose 'Versions...' from the menu.
- Click on 'Refresh all now'.
- Ensure 'Help test new versions' is selected.

For more information, including package downloads, see:

  http://roscidus.com/desktop/Archive

Changes in 2.2:

- Add support for the LZMA compression format (Bernard Jungen).

- Use unrar to extract rar files, not "rar"  Rar is shareware. If you
  download rar for linux from the official site, you'll find that you
  can only use it for 40 days. Therefore, use the free unrar program
  instead (Weakish Jiang).

- Bugfix: Don't unescape paths.  Archive supports 'file:' URLs as well
  as normal file paths. If a path starts with '/', assume it is a local
  path and don't unescape % sequences (e.g. don't convert %20 to space).

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