Package Details: cool-retro-term-git 1.1.0.r62.gc62fc36-1

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Package Base: cool-retro-term-git
Description: A good looking terminal emulator which mimics the old cathode display - git version
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Keywords: retro terminal
Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: cool-retro-term
Provides: cool-retro-term=1.1.0.r62.gc62fc36
Submitter: Scimmia
Maintainer: FredBezies
Last Packager: FredBezies
Votes: 65
Popularity: 0.807792
First Submitted: 2014-09-05 06:06
Last Updated: 2019-04-28 06:34

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Scimmia commented on 2014-09-05 06:07

I went ahead and put up a new package. New build system is much better.

gim commented on 2014-09-05 05:01

cool-old-term changed it's name to cool-retro-term:

Scimmia commented on 2014-08-14 14:48

That is a new feature in GCC 4.9 and is one of the default Arch {C,CXX}FLAGS. If you're using a different compiler, you should be able to fix thing like this yourself.

khepriduat commented on 2014-08-14 11:02

Refuse to build in x86_64

g++: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-fstack-protector-strong’
Makefile:562: recipe for target '.obj/plugin.o' failed

madko commented on 2014-08-04 14:23

behind proxy, you have to edit PKGBUILD and change source=("$pkgname::git://") to source=("$pkgname::git+")

goakley commented on 2014-08-04 05:42

@Scimmia has his changes in the PKGBUILD now, as they are much cleaner and more effective.

Scimmia commented on 2014-08-04 03:02

@maandree, then you also have to get rid of the brace expansion and write out the entire path of both arguments. Cleaner to just use bash, and it has to be installed for pacman anyway.

maandree commented on 2014-08-04 02:52

Optimisation suggestion:


#!/bin/sh\nexec qmlscene

willemw commented on 2014-07-31 17:12

@Scimmia: OK, I see.
@goakley: I'am also for using Scimmia's PKGBUILD. It solves several issues.

Scimmia commented on 2014-07-31 13:43

@willemw, not necessarily. Normally you'd be right, but take a look at what it's actually doing; it's not actually installing anything.