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Re: Work in progress at kerofin (was Re:Displaying changes)

Hi,

Thanks Stephen for your work. I have been browsing quickly your CVS. Is 
there also the link that one drag & drop to AddApp to have the 
application working?

Cheers,

Offray

Stephen Watson escribió:
> Stephen Watson <stephen <at> kerofin.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>
>
>   
>> On a related note, I've been trying to get apache set up on this machine,
>> which would give me more control, and it serves fine to this machine but I
>> can't get it to work outside my firewall setup!  Curiously the CVS setup
>> works fine but I can't see what I've done different...
>>     
>
> Cancel that.  It's working fine, it was just the machine I was trying to
> test it from...
>
> What this means is that you can view my current work on ROX-CLib, Clock,
> VideoThumbnail etc. at http://kerofin.demon.co.uk/viewcvs/ (NOT
> http://www.kerofin.demon.co.uk/).  I may in the near future start uploading
> snapshots there.  
>
>   
(Continue reading)

Stephen Watson | 3 Oct 22:40 2006
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Re: Work in progress at kerofin (was Re:Displaying changes)

Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas <offray.luna <at> javeriana.edu.co> wrote:

> Thanks Stephen for your work. I have been browsing quickly your CVS. Is 
> there also the link that one drag & drop to AddApp to have the 
> application working?

They are stored at a different site,
  http://www.kerofin.demon.co.uk/2005/interfaces and
  http://www.kerofin.demon.co.uk/2006/interfaces

which should be more reliable.  

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Niklas Höglund | 2 Oct 11:55 2006
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Re: 0compile 0.1

On 29/09/06, Thomas Leonard <talex5 <at> gmail.com> wrote:

On Thu, 28 Sep 2006 07:25:59 -0500, Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas wrote:

> Hi Thomas,
>
> Thanks for the work and the good news. I'm not a developer... but I'm
> thinking in making a Zero Install package for Squeak ( www.squeak.org) in
> the "not so soon time". I have trying to make Squeak evagelization here
> and having a package like this would be great for amd64 platform. By the
> way, there is any change that needs to be made in 0install for working
> in AMD64 instead of IA32?

I don't think so, but I can't test it myself. Let me know if you have any
problems!

I have used zero-install successfully on a 64 bit os. It doesn't let you run 32 bit apps by default, but works fine for any architecture neutral packages.

Niklas
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Thomas Leonard | 5 Oct 18:58 2006
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Zero Install injector 0.23 released

A new release of the injector (0.23) is now available:

http://0install.net/injector.html

The main new feature is the --source option, which is intended for use
by 0compile. See
http://0install.net/0compile.html for details.

Changes since 0.22:

- Added --source command-line option to 0launch, and corresponding
'src' boolean to the Policy constructor. This tells the policy to
select an implementation of the root interface with a machine type of
'src'. Dependencies must be compatible with the current machine type,
as normal, not 'src'.

- If you try to --import an interface without a uri, give a proper
error message instead of an assertion failure.

- Added 'metadata' field to implementations. This contains a map from
attribute names to values. Any attributes in the interface are
recorded, not just the known ones (released, id, etc) and are
inherited from parent groups in the usual way. If the attribute has a
namespace then the key is in the form namespaceURI + space +
localName.

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Thomas Leonard | 5 Oct 18:58 2006
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Re: 0compile 0.1

On 9/29/06, Thomas Formella <thomas-formella <at> web.de> wrote:
> Quote from http://0install.net/0compile.html :
>
> "It will also locate and download any dependencies (e.g. build tools or header
> files) the source may have"
>
> How about a simple example with dependencies ?

Good idea - here's a simple "Hello world" program that builds with
SCons, which it gets through Zero Install:

 http://0install.net/0compile-scons.html

Try it with:

$ 0compile setup http://0install.net/tests/Hello-scons.xml Hello-scons

Is there anything in particular you think should be clarified?

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Thomas Leonard | 5 Oct 18:57 2006
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Re: 0launch IEs4Linux ?

On 9/29/06, Thomas Formella <thomas-formella <at> web.de> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> just stumbled over IEs4Linux
> (http://www.tatanka.com.br/ies4linux/page/Main_Page).
>
> May I can ask the experts: Is it technically possible to build an interface
> for that ?

I guess you'd need to add .cab files to the list of supported archive
formats. It's probably quite easy; see
zeroinstall/zerostore/unpack.py...

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Thomas Leonard | 5 Oct 19:04 2006
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Sf.net have now fixed their system so that it no longer queues postings
from gmail accounts and then rejects them a few days later.

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Thomas Leonard | 8 Oct 14:23 2006
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Python API docs

Documentation for the Zero Install Python API is now available:

  http://0install.net/python-api/html/index.html

This is used by 0launch, 0launch-GUI, 0publish and 0compile, so it might
be useful if you want to work on any of those bits.

Let me know if anything needs to be clearer!

The documentation was generated using epydoc, which seems pretty nice. I
also tried using pydoc (but the output is really ugly) and Doxygen (but
its Python support seems limited, and not that well suited to Python).

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Thomas Leonard | 8 Oct 17:37 2006
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ZeroInstall-GUI 0.23.1

I've made a new release of the GUI (0.23.1). Get it with:

  $ 0launch --refresh --gui

Changes since 0.23:

- Split Properties dialog into two tabs.

- Added a list area displaying the feeds. Remote feeds can now be added,
  and feeds can also be removed.

- Added new key for Lennon Cook (previous one lost).

- Added a 'Compile' button to the interface properties window. This will
  compile a binary using 0compile and register it as a feed, if source is
  available.

  Currently, only the two sample programs
  at http://0install.net/0compile.html support 0compile.

The UI for compiling is currently rather rough. The steps are:

1. Try to run an interface for which there is no binary, e.g.:

  $ 0launch http://0install.net/tests/GNU-Hello.xml

2. Open the Interface properties for GNU-Hello.

3. Click on the Compile button.

4. Choose a (new) directory for the build.

5. A window opens showing the output from 0compile.

6. Choose a version of 0compile (if you don't have it already).

7. Choose a version of the source code and any build dependencies (e.g.
   Scons, if you're trying the SCons-Hello example).

8. The source will be downloaded and compiled. If successful, the new
   version is automatically added as a feed.

9. Click on Execute to run it!

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Thomas Formella | 11 Oct 12:28 2006
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Firefox 2.0 interface

Hi,

by coincidence, I found injector inferfaces for Firefox 2.0 and Gajim:

http://holizz.com/software/0install/

Gajim seems to be broken, though...

I'm not the packager btw. and I don't know if both packages are intended for 
public use or just experimental...

Thomas

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