IRC Logs for #crux-devel Thursday, 2018-02-15

jaegeropt/vte3 is the replacement for what was previously vte-gtk3, right?00:00
jaegerok, thanks00:07
pedjaconfusingly enough, there is also vte3-ng in contrib :)00:09
jaegerIs that the one with the one feature that the upstream author didn't want to implement or something similar?00:28
john_cephalopodaHow long does it approximately take for a contrib application to be processed?00:36
pedjajaeger, I think so00:36
pedjabtw, what do you think about linking from Wiki UEFI page?00:38
pedjait's a pretty fun read :)00:38
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Worksterjaeger, yes and yes vte3 is the new vte, i debated renaming vte to vte2 then having the new vte3/vte-gtk3 as vte. vte-ng has some private headers exposed.05:27
jaegerThe naming doesn't matter to me, I just wanted to check which one I needed to use for mate-terminal05:46
Romstermaybe the descriptions are not defined well enough?10:14
RomstervteVirtual Terminal Emulator widget for use with GTK210:14
Romstervte3Virtual Terminal Emulator widget for use with GTK310:14
Romstervte3-ngEnhanced Virtual Terminal Emulator widget for use with GTK310:14
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jaegerRomster: should sdl_ttf not depends on libsdl2 instead of libsdl?19:46
pedjajaeger, confusingly, sdl_ttf and sdl2_ttf have similar versions (2.0.11/2.0.14) :)20:24
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jaegeroh. Maybe it's the sdl1 version, then. If that's the case, never mind21:22
jaegeryay, got my little SDL app to load TTF/OTF fonts21:46
jaegerand display them21:46
frinnstjohn_cephalopoda: weekend21:54
john_cephalopodafrinnst: Hm?21:56
jaegerRomster: I hadn't actually looked at the descriptions when I asked, guess I should have22:06
john_cephalopodafrinnst: What do you mean by "weekend"?22:09
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frinnst01:36 <john_cephalopoda> How long does it approximately take for a contrib application to be processed?22:26
john_cephalopodaAh, ok22:26
john_cephalopoda+ ../wine-3.1/configure --prefix=/usr --libdir=/usr/lib32 --x-includes=/usr/include/X11 --x-libraries=/usr/lib32 --cache-file=config.cache --with-wine64=../wine6422:26
john_cephalopodaconfigure: error: FreeType 32-bit development files not found. Fonts will not be built.22:27
pedjawould you please use something like pastebin for stuff like that?22:31
john_cephalopodaSorry, usually IRC channels give guidelines of 3+ lines of code for pastebin.22:33
pedjais there an actual question that goes with that paste :) ?22:37
john_cephalopodaOh, right, sorry, got totally distracted :รพรพ22:41
john_cephalopodaIt seems like it wants FreeType with 32 bit, building freetype only seems to install the 64-bit libs though.22:42
jaegerfreetype and freetype-32 are both in wine's deptree22:43
john_cephalopodaHuh, there's actually a freetype-32, but prt-get search didn't reveal it. Should work now, nvm.22:43
john_cephalopodaWait, now I know it.22:43
john_cephalopodaI haven't enabled the 32-bit repo, and prt-get didn't warn me that one dependency is missing.22:44
pedja'prt-get README wine' ftw22:44
jaeger'prt-get depends wine' shows 11 missing packages for me if I disable compat-32, for what that's worth22:45
john_cephalopoda'prt-get depinst wine' doesn't even warn about those missing packages though,.22:47
jaegerHrmm, yeah, that behavior is a bit dumb22:55
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frinnstteK_: [oss-security] Irssi 1.1.1&1.0.7: CVE-2018-7054, CVE-2018-7053, CVE-2018-7050, CVE-2018-7052, CVE-2018-705123:15

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