Package Details: alacritty-terminfo-git 0.1.0.773.g765949f-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/alacritty-git.git (read-only)
Package Base: alacritty-git
Description: Terminfo files for the alacritty terminal emulator
Upstream URL: https://github.com/jwilm/alacritty
Keywords: GPU rust terminal
Licenses: Apache-2.0
Conflicts: alacritty-terminfo
Provides: alacritty-terminfo
Submitter: quininer
Maintainer: quininer
Last Packager: quininer
Votes: 71
Popularity: 3.493841
First Submitted: 2016-11-01 13:53
Last Updated: 2018-05-29 17:19

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SuperIce97 commented on 2018-05-29 11:48

desktop-file-install is part of the desktop-file-utils package. Please add that to the makedepends.

j605 commented on 2018-05-29 09:18

update-desktop-database hook already exists so no need to have a install file. Please remove it.

edit: realised you are not using the install file after reading the PKGBUILD, sorry for the noise :)

bemeurer commented on 2018-03-08 03:51

@kveldulf Alacritty support for Wayland is experimental, I'm assuming you're using Gnome on Wayland, and so you'll see weird behavior like that. IIRC running alacritty on XWayland helps mitigate the weirdness.

guardian commented on 2018-02-19 16:57

When trying to launch alacritty I was welcomed with "No backend available".

I fixed it by installing libxcursor so likely you want to add it as a dependency

kveldulf commented on 2018-02-05 13:49

Maybe I'm misunderstanding something, but I installed this and whenever I click the Alacritty icon in my favorites bar in GNOME it opens a new icon that says "Unknown" and the UI is pretty weird, and it doesn't have basic features like holding a key down won't repeatedly input the value. Am I missing something?

bemeurer commented on 2017-12-04 03:10

Compiling the package with nightly causes it to not work. Would it be possible to force compilation to be done with the stable toolchain?

suzumiya commented on 2017-11-26 15:52

Thanks. Solved. It works well now after updating it.

quininer commented on 2017-11-15 05:52

@suzumiya update your rust.

suzumiya commented on 2017-11-15 02:29

Compiling nix v0.5.1
Compiling mio v0.5.1
Compiling notify v4.0.1
Compiling env_logger v0.4.3
error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/config.rs:1485:49
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1485 | Err(err) => eprintln!("Ignoring invalid config: {}", err),
| ^^^^^^^^
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/config.rs:373:30
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373 | _ => eprintln!("unknown modifier {:?}", modifier),
| ^^^^^^^^
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/config.rs:470:30
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470 | _ => eprintln!("unknown mode {:?}", modifier),
| ^^^^^^^^
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/input.rs:190:25
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190 | eprintln!("Error loading data from clipboard. {}", Red(err));
| ^^^^^^^^
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/macros.rs:18:9
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18 | eprintln!($($arg)*);
| ^^^^^^^^
|
::: src/tty.rs
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48 | die!("Waiting for pid {} failed: {}\n", PID, errno());
| ------------------------------------------------------ in this macro invocation
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/macros.rs:18:9
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18 | eprintln!($($arg)*);
| ^^^^^^^^
|
::: src/tty.rs
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84 | die!("openpty failed");
| ----------------------- in this macro invocation
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/macros.rs:18:9
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18 | eprintln!($($arg)*);
| ^^^^^^^^
|
::: src/tty.rs
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120 | die!("ioctl TIOCSCTTY failed: {}", errno());
| -------------------------------------------- in this macro invocation
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/macros.rs:18:9
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18 | eprintln!($($arg)*);
| ^^^^^^^^
|
::: src/tty.rs
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153 | die!("getpwuid_r failed");
| -------------------------- in this macro invocation
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/macros.rs:18:9
|
18 | eprintln!($($arg)*);
| ^^^^^^^^
|
::: src/tty.rs
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157 | die!("pw not found");
| --------------------- in this macro invocation
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/macros.rs:18:9
|
18 | eprintln!($($arg)*);
| ^^^^^^^^
|
::: src/tty.rs
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221 | die!("Failed to set session id: {}", errno());
| ---------------------------------------------- in this macro invocation
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/macros.rs:18:9
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18 | eprintln!($($arg)*);
| ^^^^^^^^
|
::: src/tty.rs
|
269 | die!("Command::spawn() failed: {}", err);
| ----------------------------------------- in this macro invocation
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: cannot find macro `eprintln!` in this scope
--> src/macros.rs:18:9
|
18 | eprintln!($($arg)*);
| ^^^^^^^^
|
::: src/tty.rs
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300 | die!("ioctl TIOCSWINSZ failed: {}", errno());
| --------------------------------------------- in this macro invocation
|
= help: did you mean `println!`?

error: aborting due to 12 previous errors

error: Could not compile `alacritty`.

To learn more, run the command again with --verbose.

hiciu commented on 2017-08-23 11:49

polyzen, yes, you are correct. It looks like this is common. Shame to admit, I'm using aur for so long and I've noticed this just now :). Sorry about the noise.