Package Details: libindicator-gtk3-ubuntu 16.10.0.18.04.20180321.1-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/libindicator-ubuntu.git (read-only)
Package Base: libindicator-ubuntu
Description: A set of symbols and convience functions that all indicators would like to use (GTK+ 3 library)
Upstream URL: https://launchpad.net/libindicator
Licenses: GPL
Groups: unity
Conflicts: libindicator-gtk3
Provides: libindicator-gtk3
Submitter: horsemanoffaith
Maintainer: horsemanoffaith
Last Packager: horsemanoffaith
Votes: 0
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2016-02-07 02:33
Last Updated: 2018-05-05 03:39

Latest Comments

quequotion commented on 2018-01-21 04:39

Thanks for the update!

Unity may be dead, but Ayatana indicators linger on. It's a sad state of affairs really, rather than coming up with a real standard, GNOME, Canonical, and others all made their own mutually-incompatible variations of SNI for no good reason at all.

horsemanoffaith commented on 2018-01-20 05:12

@quequotion- the package was not updated by Ubuntu developers until last month, which I was not aware of. I will be happy to update the package. AFAIK, Unity development has come to a halt, so I do not know if this package will need maintenance much further into the future.

I apologize- I rebuilt the package with your comments in mind, then forgot to push the changes to the AUR. I will have the package updated shortly.

quequotion commented on 2018-01-10 18:57

It would be really helpful to put those provides and conflicts in, so that this package can be used interchangably with the other one.

I notice you haven't updated the package since 2016, I'd be happy to take over if you aren't interested anymore.

quequotion commented on 2017-05-30 10:41

Both packages need to provide and conflict the standard package, ie:

package_libindicator-gtk2-ubuntu() {
conflicts=(libindicator-gtk2)
provides=(libindicator-gtk2)

package_libindicator-gtk3-ubuntu() {
conflicts=(libindicator-gtk3)
provides=(libindicator-gtk3)

It is difficult to install this package if the others are already installed; their dependencies need to know this package will suffice; proper provides() and conflicts() avoids forcing users to use dangerous flags with pacman.