This week, I’ve added two new python packages to fedora in preparation for packaging poetry, and pushed other minor updates for some packages. There were also two updates for the Appcenter packages I maintain in my COPR repository (alias and Spice-up).

fedora updates

python packages

I’ve submitted two new python packages for fedora, both in preparation for eventually packaging poetry for fedora. Due to unavailable or outdated dependencies, that will only happen for fedora 30+, but tomlkit is useful for other projects, too.

package version release changes
python-tomlkit 0.5.3 1.fc30, 1.fc29, 1.fc28 Initial packaging
python-cachy 0.2.0 2.fc30 Initial packaging

I’ve also updated the txtorcon to the latest upstream release. According to the release notes, it only brings additional functionality, so I pushed it to all currently active fedora releases.

package version release changes
python-txtorcon 19.0.0 1.fc30, 1.fc29, 1.fc28 18.3.0 → 19.0.0

elementary packages

I updated the Wingpanel package for fedora to the latest version, too – this version includes a fix for a visual glitch, and improved translations.

package version release changes
wingpanel 2.2.2 1.fc30, 1.fc29, 1.fc28 2.2.1 → 2.2.2

ruby packages

I also updated the package for the minitest-reporters ruby gem to the latest version for a simple crasher fix.

package version release changes
rubygem-minitest-reporters 1.3.6 1.fc30, 1.fc29 1.3.5 → 1.3.6

COPR updates

The latest version of the alias bash alias manager brings improved translations, and makes it a single-instance application.

package version release changes
alias 1.1.0 1 1.0.0 → 1.1.0

The latest Spice-up release brings a lot of new features and improvements, among them multi-file editing, additional keyboard shortcut tooltips, new keyboard shortcuts, and more.

package version release changes
Spice-up 1.8.0 1 1.7.0 → 1.8.0