Package Details: j4-dmenu-desktop 2.13-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/j4-dmenu-desktop.git (read-only)
Package Base: j4-dmenu-desktop
Description: A much faster replacement for i3-dmenu-desktop. It's purpose is to find .desktop files and offer you a menu to start an application using dmenu.
Upstream URL: https://github.com/enkore/j4-dmenu-desktop
Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: j4-dmenu-desktop-git
Submitter: justin8
Maintainer: justin8
Last Packager: justin8
Votes: 52
Popularity: 6.250343
First Submitted: 2013-12-30 00:14
Last Updated: 2015-06-22 23:42

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Graham42 commented on 2015-12-07 03:08

There's 2 patches being applied in prepare() still that should no longer be applicable. Comments say they can be removed for 2.12 on

zacjor commented on 2015-07-07 02:19

Ah, that would explain it. I'm only a couple days into Arch so forgive me lol.

justin8 commented on 2015-07-06 06:52

yaourt doesn't support AUR4 yet. Considering aur3 is going away in 2 days, I'm not going to update the old package. There seems to be a good chance that many AUR helpers will be broken then anyway

zacjor commented on 2015-07-06 04:59

When downloading through yaourt it shows it is downloading 2.12.

justin8 commented on 2015-07-02 23:10

Checksum seems fine to me. I just redownloaded it, and no change.

LeonardK commented on 2015-07-02 17:42

checksum out of date

justin8 commented on 2015-06-23 00:10

Updated to 2.13

bebehei commented on 2015-06-22 15:29

v2.13 is out.

laser_b commented on 2015-06-21 08:17

It seems the md5sum changed, as validation failed. It expects the md5sum to be f657ca76bf27642f4a35db4abb0868ed.

justin8 commented on 2014-05-26 23:18

Thanks for that, I saw your issue opened upstream, Once that's in I can revert it to a basic make once more, for now I'll add your patch to this package.

I would like to leave tests in place where possible since they usually exist for a reason; probably not so bad when we're compiling a tagged release version I suppose.

By the way, when I tested it, doing a single threaded build was only ~0.5 seconds slower than multi-threaded (on a quad-core xeon).

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