Over the course of the last seven days, several post-“Juno” bug-fix releases have been tagged by for elementary applications, and I’ve submitted the new versions as updates to fedora. I was also finally able to track down a nasty bug, and to update the SignOn stack on fedora 30.
appcenter update contains updated translations. The new
photos brings an assortment of bug fixes, and the latter also
includes my fix for previously invalid AppStream metadata. The
contains small fixes for key-binding compatibility and
zsh shell integration.
The latest update for the
greeter package should now finally fix the
appearance issues that were caused by missing
but that should all be working as expected now.
|appcenter||3.0.1||1.fc30, 1.fc29, 1.fc28, 1.fc27||3.0 → 3.0.1|
|elementary-photos||2.6.0||1.fc30||0.2.5 → 2.6.0|
|elementary-photos||2.6.1||1.fc30, 1.fc29||2.6.0 → 2.6.1|
|elementary-greeter||3.3.0||2.fc30, 2.fc29||gnome-settings-daemon fixes|
|elementary-terminal||5.3.2||1.fc30, 1.fc29||5.3.1 → 5.3.2|
After “acquiring” the
signon-glib fedora package last week, and announcing my
intent to push version
2.0 (or, as it turned out,
2.1) to fedora rawhide
with breaking changes, I was finally able to go ahead with these updates for the
SignOn stack on fedora 30, which includes updated
gsignond daemon, the updated
libsignon-glib library (
signon-glib in fedora), the latest version of
telepathy-accounts-signon, which includes support for the new library version,
and - finally - the latest version of the Online Accounts plug for Switchboard.
I’m in the process of having the last two missing
gsignond plugins reviewed
for inclusion in fedora right now (
gsignond-plugin-lastfm). When they land in fedora rawhide, the (g)SignOn stack
will finally be complete (and hopefully, working great). I’ll also be able to
enable the Last.fm plugin in Music after that’s done.
|gsignond||1.2.0||1.fc30||1.1.0 → 1.2.0|
|signon-glib||2.1||1.fc30||1.9 → 2.1|
|telepathy-accounts-signon||2.0||1.fc30||1.0 → 2.0|
|switchboard-plug-onlinecaccounts||2.0, 2.0.1||1.fc30||0.3.1 → 2.0.1|
jekyll-toc gem author tagged a new release last week, and I updated the
fedora package accordingly.
|rubygem-jekyll-toc||0.9.0||1.fc30, 1.fc29, 1.fc28||0.8.0 → 0.9.0|
Since I didn’t feel comfortable with the breaking changes that came with version
greeter, I haven’t pushed that update to fedora 27 or 28. But I
didn’t have time to back-port my
gnome-settings-daemon-fixing patch to that
older version (which isn’t as straight-forward as I hoped). So, for the time
being, the “fixed” version of
greeter is now available from my
elementary-staging repository for the people who want to use it.
|elementary-greeter||3.3.0||2.fc28, 2.fc27||gnome-settings-daemon fixes|
I also imported the updated
greeter patch from the stable fedora package to
elementary-nightly COPR builds of
elementary-greeter, so even the nightly
package can benefit from the working
gnome-settings-daemon integration now.
I’ve been working on ways to - at least partially - automate the generation of
the files in my
pantheon-session-settings repository, which contains the
session defititions and default settings files for the
Pantheon session for
different releases of fedora.
Currently, I have a working script that can generate the
autostart entries for the required Pantheon session components automatically,
and I’ll try to start relying on it for generating the upcoming fedora 30 /
GNOME 3.32 support files.