Package Details: fsleyes 0.27.0-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/fsleyes.git (read-only)
Package Base: fsleyes
Description: FSLeyes is the FSL image viewer
Upstream URL: https://fsl.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/fsl/fslwiki/FSLeyes
Licenses: Apache
Submitter: tobac
Maintainer: tobac
Last Packager: tobac
Votes: 3
Popularity: 0.067201
First Submitted: 2017-10-11 11:10
Last Updated: 2018-12-06 16:16

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tobac commented on 2018-04-16 19:16

It worked reliably for me, I guess $startdir somehow wasn't defined in your build environment. Anyway, working with ${srcdir} is certainly neater. I modified the PKGBUILD accordingly.

fishburn commented on 2018-04-16 18:56

This didn't work for me until I added the full path to the install commands

install -Dm644 "${srcdir}/$pkgname.png" "$pkgdir"/usr/share/icons/hicolor/512x512/apps/$pkgname.png

install -Dm644 "${srcdir}/$pkgname.desktop" "$pkgdir"/usr/share/applications/$pkgname.desktop

tobac commented on 2018-03-27 19:53

Switching to legacy wxPython (i.e. < 4.0) might indeed solve your problem:

https://github.com/wxWidgets/Phoenix/issues/743

This GitHub issue also supports my suspicion that it is (a) an upstream problem and (b) they are aware already. So let's hope it is fixed soon :)

wedjat commented on 2018-03-27 10:43

@tobac: Yeah, you're right! I've just read your answer, but right before I've found post reporting wxPython 4.0.0 (or 4.0.1, not sure) bug on Wayland. But I could not understand one thing. I've tried to install fsleyes from NeuroDebian repositories in Ubuntu 17.10 (which uses Gnome 3.26 by default) and it worked perfectly well. There's only wxgtk 3.0.2 in dependencies.

I guess that switching from python-wxpython-phoenix to wxpython package (it's version 3.0.2, which is sufficient according to requirements.txt file) might resolve the issue for now. But I haven't tried it jet.

tobac commented on 2018-03-23 11:26

@wedjat: Sorry for getting back to you so late. Thanks for reporting, but I think this needs to be reported upstream to wxPython, who are probably already aware anyway.

wedjat commented on 2018-03-07 23:14

Same problem with Gnome on Wayland here. On Wayland I get segmentation fault. Not a problem for me, just switched to X11. However, in case it helps you anyhow, here's output, I got in terminal:

"Debug: Adding duplicate image for 'Windows bitmap file' Segmentation fault (core dumped)"

tobac commented on 2018-02-08 16:33

Fixed it, thanks for reporting. (I have no idea why the scipy line was still being changed; I thought I'd gotten rid of this some versions ago.)

bobschi commented on 2018-02-08 09:05

python-pillow v5.0.0 has been released, so fsleyes won't start anymore. I fixed it by adding this line to the script:

sed -i 's/Pillow>=3.2.0,<5.0/Pillow>=3.2.0,<6.0/g' requirements.txt

Btw I don't think the scipy part is necessary anymore.

bobschi commented on 2018-01-15 14:53

My bad. The problem is not lib32-freeglut but Gnome running on Wayland. If I start Gnome with X server, FSLeyes starts normally.

tobac commented on 2018-01-15 14:26

Weirdly enough, it works for me without lib32-freeglut. I'm currently in the process of installing my FSLeyes package on a freshly installed Arch VM and see if it works there. Though I'm willing to add lib32-freeglut as a dependency anyway if you're reasonably certain that this was the cause for your problem.