Robert Persson | 28 Jul 22:52 2015
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windows installer can't see gtk#

Hello,

I am trying to install Tomboy for Windows. I have installed GTK+ as well as the all-in-one bundle with GTK# 2.12.26 as per the instructions, but the Tomboy installer says it can't see a version of GTK# later than 2.12.20. I have even tried re-running the Mono installer in repair mode, but it still won't work. Where am I going wrong?

Thanks
Robert
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Stefan Hammer | 21 Jul 18:36 2015
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> I wonder how new a cellphone is nessecary for running Tomdroid? Or is it
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Lars Lyngeled | 20 Jul 18:27 2015
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Old cellphone for using Tomdroid

Hi,
I wonder how new a cellphone is nessecary for running Tomdroid? Or is it 
not that "heavy". (it's only on Andriod Tomboy is running?)

Regards Lars
Lauren Goldrich | 16 Jun 05:46 2015
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Re: stable version - windows installer

Hi list,
thanks to Jared and Wolfgang I was able to make some progress (er, I
thought) installing tomboy on a windows 7 machine.  I was pretty sure
I'd done all the steps correctly (as described here -
https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Tomboy/Installing/Windows ) .. I
downloaded the version Jared kindly shared here, restarted, and then
installed it. But, alas, it won't run..

instead a message saying "tomboy notes has stopped working"
and an .. error log.. that lists these details:

Files that help describe the problem:
  C:\Users\my-user-name\AppData\Local\Temp\WER1FFE.tmp.WERInternalMetadata.xml
  C:\Users\my-user-name\AppData\Local\Temp\WER3321.tmp.appcompat.txt
  C:\Users\my-user-name\AppData\Local\Temp\WER3351.tmp.mdmp

hmmm.. I suspect this is not enough information for anyone to tell me
where specifically I went astray, but..  i'd take even general advice
; )

sort-of-separately:   do I *have* to have  the newer version?  could I
try one of those older  windows installers found by following the link
on the instruction page (
https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Tomboy/Installing/Window )    Will all
versions sync via dropbox if I set it up correctly?

Many many thanks in advance,
really appreciate work that goes into this awesome software which I
miss using very much!
-lauren

On Sun, Jun 7, 2015 at 5:05 PM, Wolfgang Staroske
<wolfgang.staroske <at> gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> installation worked fine. Version 1.15.5 is shown under About Tomboy.
>
> I have another remark to you windows installation page.
>
> On all my windows installations it was enough to install the .NET package,
> the gtk# (gtksharp) package and the tomboy installer. Then tomboy is running
> without any restart.
>
> So from my experience point 3 and 4 of your windows installation manual are
> not necessary.
>
> Bye and many thanks Wolfgang
>
>
> Am 07.06.2015 um 08:58 schrieb Jared Jennings:
>
> I built it straight from git master. So, I think that's still 1.15.5
>
> On Thu, Jun 4, 2015 at 2:04 PM Wolfgang Staroske <wolfgang.staroske <at> gmx.net>
> wrote:
>>
>> Hi Jared,
>>
>> many thanks. I Will install it in the next days.
>>
>> Bye Wolfgang
>>
>>
>> Am 04.06.2015 um 17:05 schrieb Jared L Jennings:
>>
>> https://www.dropbox.com/s/ocbsw409md0pctx/Tomboy.msi?dl=0
>> MD5 aa5ac5829c92a63049c6b95fca60a06e
>>
>> --
>> JJ
>>
>> On June 2, 2015 at 3:50:15 PM, Jared Jennings (jared <at> jaredjennings.org)
>> wrote:
>>
>> I can release something this week for you.
>>
>>
>> On Sat, May 30, 2015, 11:36 AM Wolfgang Staroske
>> <wolfgang.staroske <at> gmx.net> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi everybody,
>>>
>>> I'm using tomboy in version 1.14.0 since several years under Windows.
>>> Now I wanted to use it also on my Laptop, and was looking for the newest
>>> version on the tomboy website.
>>>
>>> There I found out, that the newest STABLE version  with windows
>>> installer is 1.10.2. Even the 1.14.0 is not available anymore. The
>>> 1.15.4 tarball archive doesn't contain any windows executable.
>>>
>>> Is there any chance to get a windows installer of a recently released
>>> stable version ? It would be really a pity, if I could not use tomboy
>>> any more under windows. Even not thinking of transferring my several
>>> hundred notes to a new program.
>>>
>>> Thanks Wolfgang
>>>
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Raymond Auge | 1 Jun 05:40 2015

note format

Hello everyone,

My name is Ray and I've been a long time user of Tomboy. I was a list member many years ago but rejoined again just now.

First, I'm really happy that Tomboy exists. The contributors have done excellent work and I've very thankful!

Onto business!

Would people consider modifying the current schema of .note files?

I ask because currently the .note file is not conducive to storage in VCS repositories due to the fact that the files change so frequently even in the case that a note is opened and unmodified. Several changes might occur. The window position might change, and or anything else which might trigger the timestamp of the note to change.

I'd like to suggest that .note schema be broken into two separate storage units.

a) that which is shared across machines (the actual note data)
b) that which is only interesting to the local machine (ui position, etc.)

for a) the schema could deprecate the following elements:

  <last-change-date>
  <last-metadata-change-date>
  <create-date>
  <cursor-position>
  <selection-bound-position>
  <width>
  <height>
  <x>
  <y>
  <open-on-startup>

for b) the elements above could be moved to a peer schema.

Each note would be stored into to files effectively, the .note and (in a separate directory) the .metadata or some such.

Migration would be easy to automate and could be easily done on first launch after an upgrade.

Then with this change, one could easily create a sync hook which could connect to any git repo like a private bitbucket git repo (unlimited storage).

This would greatly improve the current state of sync in my opinion removing the need for specialized storage servers.

Thoughts?

Raymond Augé ( <at> rotty3000)
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Wolfgang Staroske | 30 May 18:36 2015
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stable version - windows installer

Hi everybody,

I'm using tomboy in version 1.14.0 since several years under Windows. 
Now I wanted to use it also on my Laptop, and was looking for the newest 
version on the tomboy website.

There I found out, that the newest STABLE version  with windows 
installer is 1.10.2. Even the 1.14.0 is not available anymore. The 
1.15.4 tarball archive doesn't contain any windows executable.

Is there any chance to get a windows installer of a recently released 
stable version ? It would be really a pity, if I could not use tomboy 
any more under windows. Even not thinking of transferring my several 
hundred notes to a new program.

Thanks Wolfgang

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Luís de Sousa | 11 May 14:58 2015
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Switchng notes folder on Tomboy 1.15.4

Dear all,

I have just installed Tomboy on Ubuntu 15.04. I use it in sync with
various other systems through ownCloud, i.e. with the tomboy folder
stored at a place like /home/user/ownCloud/tomboy.

Heretofore all I needed to get Tomboy using this alternate folder was
to set up the TOMBOY_PATH environment variable. With this latest
version of Tomboy (1.15.4) this is not the case anymore. How can it be
done now?

Thank you,

Luís
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David H. Silber | 29 Apr 03:58 2015

Re: Building Rainy

Thank you. This was indeed much easier to do. Unfortunately the result
throws a System.NullReferenceException. I've tried this under both Linux
and OS X.

With debug information enabled, I get:

$ mono --debug Rainy.exe -c settings.conf 

Unhandled Exception:
System.NullReferenceException: A null value was found where an object instance was required.
  at (wrapper managed-to-native) object:__icall_wrapper_mono_ldvirtfn (object,intptr)
  at Rainy.AppHost.Configure (Funq.Container container) [0x002fa] in
/Users/dhs/Software/Rainy/Rainy/AppHost.cs:77 
  at ServiceStack.WebHost.Endpoints.Support.HttpListenerBase.Init () [0x00000] in <filename
unknown>:0 
  at Rainy.RainyStandaloneServer.Start () [0x00007] in
/Users/dhs/Software/Rainy/Rainy/RainyStandaloneServer.cs:23 
  at Rainy.MainClass.Main (System.String[] args) [0x00b2d] in
/Users/dhs/Software/Rainy/Rainy/Main.cs:353 
[ERROR] FATAL UNHANDLED EXCEPTION: System.NullReferenceException: A null value was found where an
object instance was required.
  at (wrapper managed-to-native) object:__icall_wrapper_mono_ldvirtfn (object,intptr)
  at Rainy.AppHost.Configure (Funq.Container container) [0x002fa] in
/Users/dhs/Software/Rainy/Rainy/AppHost.cs:77 
  at ServiceStack.WebHost.Endpoints.Support.HttpListenerBase.Init () [0x00000] in <filename
unknown>:0 
  at Rainy.RainyStandaloneServer.Start () [0x00007] in
/Users/dhs/Software/Rainy/Rainy/RainyStandaloneServer.cs:23 
  at Rainy.MainClass.Main (System.String[] args) [0x00b2d] in
/Users/dhs/Software/Rainy/Rainy/Main.cs:353 

The source line in question is: 
                                RawHttpHandlers = {
                                        uihandler.CheckAndProcess,
                                        fontshandler.CheckAndProcess,
                                        swagger_handler.CheckAndProcess
                                },

I need to refresh my memory on using GDB before I can dig into this
further, but I thought I should write with a couple of questions:

a) Has anyone else run into this error?

b) In order to turn on the debugging information, I had to dig into the
Makefile and the solution file to figure out how things work and then
modify the Makefile. If I were to create a make target of 'debug', how
would I contribute that back to the Rainy project?

Regards,
David

On Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 11:05:55AM +0200, Timo Dörr wrote:
> You should just type "make" in the folder of rainy after cloning the rainy
> source code. this will fetch all required dependencies via git submodules
> and NuGet. There is no need to add anything manually.You probably want to
> checkout from the stable branch, although current master might work and has
> newer version of the webinterface.
> 
> Greetings,
> 
> Timo
> Am 24.04.2015 02:45 schrieb "David H. Silber" <dhs@...>:
> 
> > Hi folks,
> >
> > I'm attempting to build Rainy. I'm currently running a version from
> > about a year ago. I'm noting some issues. Perhaps they have been fixed?
> > If not, the first step to being able to find and fix them is to be able
> > to build the software. Either way, I should build it.
> >
> > I'm using MonoDevelop. (Perhaps that is part of my problem?)
> >
> > I got Rainy, which needed DevDefined.OAuth, JsonConfig, and
> > tomboy-library. I got all of those and dropped then into the Rainy
> > directory tree as specified by Rainy's solution file. Building this got
> > me errors regarding missing assemblies:
> >
> > JsonFX, ServiceStack, IDbConnectionFactory, JsonServicesClient
> >
> > I got the JsonFX source from github and attempted to load its solution
> > into MonoDevelop and got:
> >
> >         Could not load Silverlight project 'src/JsonFx/JsonFx.csproj'.
> >         This project type is not supported by MonoDevelop.
> >
> > Is there some other tool I should be using to build an assembly? Should
> > I be getting these assemblies prebuilt from somewhere?
> >
> > Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > David
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Fwd: Building Rainy

Hi David,

You should just type "make" in the folder of rainy after cloning the
rainy source code. this will fetch all required dependencies via git
submodules and NuGet. There is no need to add anything manually.You
probably want to checkout from the stable branch, although current
master might work and has newer version of the webinterface.

Greetings,

Timo

Am 24.04.2015 02:45 schrieb "David H. Silber" <dhs@...>:
>
> Hi folks,
>
> I'm attempting to build Rainy. I'm currently running a version from
> about a year ago. I'm noting some issues. Perhaps they have been fixed?
> If not, the first step to being able to find and fix them is to be able
> to build the software. Either way, I should build it.
>
> I'm using MonoDevelop. (Perhaps that is part of my problem?)
>
> I got Rainy, which needed DevDefined.OAuth, JsonConfig, and
> tomboy-library. I got all of those and dropped then into the Rainy
> directory tree as specified by Rainy's solution file. Building this got
> me errors regarding missing assemblies:
>
> JsonFX, ServiceStack, IDbConnectionFactory, JsonServicesClient
>
> I got the JsonFX source from github and attempted to load its solution
> into MonoDevelop and got:
>
>         Could not load Silverlight project 'src/JsonFx/JsonFx.csproj'.
>         This project type is not supported by MonoDevelop.
>
> Is there some other tool I should be using to build an assembly? Should
> I be getting these assemblies prebuilt from somewhere?
>
> Any suggestions would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> David
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Charles Cotton | 24 Apr 18:00 2015
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Suggestion: Move the "quit" command off the bottom.

I have my toolbar with Tomboy on the bottom of the screen.  I'm thinking you developers must have it on top.

Most every day I "accidently" "quit" tomboy because I open up tomboy to look at my list of notes, but simply lifting up my mouse button (without moving it), the quit command is executed.

May I suggest moving the "quit" command higher up (or have a confirmation) so that this volatile command is not so easy to execute?
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David H. Silber | 24 Apr 03:32 2015

Building Rainy

Hi folks,

I'm attempting to build Rainy. I'm currently running a version from
about a year ago. I'm noting some issues. Perhaps they have been fixed?
If not, the first step to being able to find and fix them is to be able
to build the software. Either way, I should build it.

I'm using MonoDevelop. (Perhaps that is part of my problem?)

I got Rainy, which needed DevDefined.OAuth, JsonConfig, and
tomboy-library. I got all of those and dropped then into the Rainy
directory tree as specified by Rainy's solution file. Building this got
me errors regarding missing assemblies:

JsonFX, ServiceStack, IDbConnectionFactory, JsonServicesClient

I got the JsonFX source from github and attempted to load its solution
into MonoDevelop and got:

	Could not load Silverlight project 'src/JsonFx/JsonFx.csproj'.
	This project type is not supported by MonoDevelop.

Is there some other tool I should be using to build an assembly? Should
I be getting these assemblies prebuilt from somewhere?

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks,
David

Gmane