Package Details: tilix-bin 1.9.4-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/tilix-bin.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: tilix-bin
Description: A tiling terminal emulator based on GTK+ 3 (binary distribution)
Upstream URL: https://github.com/gnunn1/tilix
Keywords: terminal terminix tilix
Licenses: MPL
Conflicts: terminix, tilix
Provides: terminix, tilix
Submitter: dsboger
Maintainer: eatmyvenom
Last Packager: eatmyvenom
Votes: 146
Popularity: 0.132008
First Submitted: 2017-03-23 14:37
Last Updated: 2021-03-15 04:51

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dsboger commented on 2016-03-19 16:10

@zeldovich Hello! Are you using Antergos? They have a terminix in the [antergos] repo that customizes the GSettings schema file. The problem is they use an auto-build tool and not always check that they need to update the schemas. It has happened before.

If that is the case, please either make sure you install from AUR or report the bug to Antergos. Thanks!

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dsboger commented on 2016-03-08 02:03

@punkrockdude I can't reproduce the problem here. Installed pamac-3.2.0-1 (from [antergos] repo) and it worked fine. Need more info.

Are you using pure Arch repos, or are you using Manjaro or other derivative?
Is your pamac from AUR or some other repo?
Removing only Terminix and keeping vte3-notification eliminates the problem?

Thanks for reporting!

archlinux38 commented on 2016-03-07 18:56

vte3-notification replacing vte3 made my system unable to open pamac-*. Was solved when I removed Terminix and reinstalled vte3. Wanted to let you know about it.

brittyazel commented on 2016-02-16 00:52

Can you take a look at a bug I filed upstream about the aur packaging?

https://github.com/gnunn1/terminix/issues/82#issuecomment-184452893

brittyazel commented on 2016-02-13 04:24

Fantastic terminal. I'm absolutely hooked

Anonymous comment on 2016-02-12 03:19

@dsboger The closest I can find is this.

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Arch_User_Repository#What_is_the_difference_between_foo_and_foo-git_packages.3F

But that doesn't cover the -bin naming, which is the defacto standard. You can see this by searching the AUR.

https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/?O=0&K=-bin

It is important because unlike compiling from source, a user has no way of verifying that a pre-built binary was actually created from the source code that is available. The -bin suffix serves as a warning in a sense. Like I mentioned before, if you need to keep using a pre-built binary go ahead, but many users would appreciate an appropriate name that indicates a pre-built binary is being used.

That said, I'm not sure the AUR actually lets you just rename packages, you may have to submit terminix-bin as a new package, and request this one be deleted (for now).

dsboger commented on 2016-02-12 02:54

@carlwgeorge I'm using pre-built binary as requested by upstream dev [1]. They would like to keep things simpler in case a library needs special patching (not the case currently, though). Is there any authoritative documentation about that convention? If that is not the case, I would prefer to keep following upstream decision.

[1] https://github.com/gnunn1/terminix/issues/25#issuecomment-174238437

Anonymous comment on 2016-02-12 02:38

There is a general convention for AUR package naming.

foo: the foo application, built from source archive
foo-git: the foo application, built from a git cloned source
foo-bin: the foo application, shipped as a pre-built binary

This PKGBUILD is using a prebuilt binary. Please either switch it to build from source, or rename the package to terminix-bin.

brittyazel commented on 2016-01-22 18:29

Seems to be ok now. I don't know what the issue was

gnunn commented on 2016-01-15 01:21

brittyazel I'm not sure what the issue is as it is working fine for me. I just pushed an update, can you see if you are still having the same issue? If you are, if you uninstall and then re-install the package does that clear it up?

brittyazel commented on 2016-01-14 16:35

There is something odd about the pkgbuild is working. When I try to upgrade to a new version, it reports to me the git diffs and then errors out telling me that the chksum failed. However, if I reboot and then try to update it will work fine. So something is getting stored in a tmpfs some where that is not allowing a fresh rebuild from source upon updating without rebooting first.