Package Details: pypar2 1.4-7

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Package Base: pypar2
Description: Graphical frontend (PyGTK) for the Linux par2 utility
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Licenses: GPL
Submitter: None
Maintainer: ValHue
Last Packager: ValHue
Votes: 25
Popularity: 0.043763
First Submitted: 2007-03-06 12:44
Last Updated: 2015-06-09 11:15

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punkrockdude commented on 2014-08-02 15:16

@ValHue: After updating pypar2 and deleting ~/.pypar2/prefs.xml it seems to work every time I try to execute it. Thank you so much!

punkrockdude commented on 2014-08-02 15:13

@ValHue: Thank you but it only works the first time I execute PyPar2 and after that I can't open PyPar2 again until i delete prefs.xml yet another time.

ValHue commented on 2014-08-02 10:20

It is already solved!

If you have problems at first startup, delete the configuration file ~/.pypar2/prefs.xml

ValHue commented on 2014-08-02 09:28

@punkrockdude: I'm researching why this happens. Happens to me too, but a good while ago did not use it and I had not realized.

For starters: if you delete ~ / .pypar2/prefs.xml Pypar seamless launches.

The error is in the next start, to read the configuration file ~/.pypar2/prefs.xml Pypar find "True" and "False" values ​​instead of the Boolean values "1" and "0" respectively.

punkrockdude commented on 2014-08-01 13:23

Does someone know why I can't execute PyPar2 and why I get the following messages?:

[***@manjaro ~]$ pypar2
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/pypar2", line 20, in <module>
import consts, dlgAbout, dlgOutput, gettext, gtk,, locale, os.path, prefsManager, sys, treeview
File "/usr/share/pypar2/src/", line 19, in <module>
import consts, gtk, prefsManager, signal, sys, os, vte
File "/usr/share/pypar2/src/", line 116, in <module>
value = typeToolBox.cast(elt.getAttribute('value'), elt.getAttribute('type'))
File "/usr/share/pypar2/src/", line 39, in cast
return int(value)
ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: 'False'

ValHue commented on 2013-12-02 08:56

Thanks @patsch, updated and fixed.

patsch commented on 2013-11-30 17:02

Maybe you slighly misunderstood my comment. doc.toprettyxml() is part of standard Python2. No dependencies (which is why we don't have to include anything else).

So I don't think we actually need PyXMLSec.

Panzerino commented on 2013-11-28 16:57

All is ok now. Build first the pyxmlsec with your PKGBUILD. Then build the pypar2. All is fine now.

ValHue commented on 2013-11-28 16:31

@Panzerino: is outdated.

Use the PKGBUILD what I recommend to the package author:

Panzerino commented on 2013-11-28 11:52

When build pypar2, this message stop the building:
"File "", line 48
raise SystemExit, "PyXMLSec requires Python version 2.2 or above."

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