no icons in 2008.testing
Gunnar AAstrand Grimnes
gunnar.grimnes at dfki.de
Sat Nov 1 10:52:45 CET 2008
Thanks for the update John!
Now I have icons again - it works with the asu theme, but with the
illume default theme enlightenment keeps crashing - oh well :)
Also, the settings app doesn't start at all.
Still this is a great improvement!
John Lee wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 02:51:01PM +0100, Benedikt Schindler wrote:
>> this ticket (http://docs.openmoko.org/trac/ticket/2082) said that the
>> "no icons bug" is fixed since 4 days.
>> But there isn't an update in the unstable or testing tree. (they are
>> still "svnr36882". )
> the way to fix this bug is not updating to another svn rev which might
> introduce other unexpected behaviors due to the massive changes in EFL
> recently. instead we stick to this 36882 and fix problems there.
> I don't think we will upgrade efl rev before we have another efl
> snapshot/release. following some random rev in svn trunk tree is
> proved to be a very very bad idea.
> the current stuffs in testing repo works for me and our testing team
> and also for other engineers. so I bet there's something wrong in the
> upgrade path or your theme/config combination.
> the only supported combination is
> illume-theme-asu + illume
> if you got stuffs like illume-config, illume-config-asu, please remove
> them. illume-theme-asu comes with both config and theme files. it
> does NOT include 'qwerty' button and 'wrench' config.
> I have also seen the illume default combination works:
> illume-config-illume + illume-theme-illume + illume
> notice that config and theme comes in different packages here. it
> DOES include qwerty and wrench.
> the way to switch between different sets of config and theme is to set
> it in /etc/enlightenment/default_profile . this is ugly and
> will/should be solved in upstream soon.
> after you make sure your efl related stuff and illume related packages
> are correct (check with opkg list_installed | grep illume), stop x
> server, rm -rf ~/.e, start x server.
> since the next stable release will be the first one that comes
> directly from a branch of om.dev, the upgrade path from stable
> (i.e. om2008.9) will need a lot of testing. our beloved testing team
> will help.
> at the moment the 'settings' app in testing repo still got error (not
> scrolling), this is a known issue. however one can still set the
> suspend time.
> - John
>> How long does it need to get into unstable / testing ?
>> Because the updates in the kernel-git (stable) showing up in the
>> unstable-feeds 1 day after the patch is send to the git.
>> So should i say something if these changes are not showing up after 4
>> days in the unstbale tree or is normal and should i be quiet and wait
>> for it ? :)
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