gen-bch at useyouresp.org.uk
Tue May 2 20:04:24 UTC 2017
Hi there Klaatu
Thank you for replying.
> I don't personally like to rush into updates on stable software.
Yes I agree with you.
My request was driven out of an annoying thing I couldnt find a
The 'render with args' check and edit boxes do not show up on 'small
screens' and it seems there is no config item to get FB to switch off
'small screen checking' and so [hopefully] display the render args
sections. There's a few posts, but it came down to updating being a
better solution with the other things changed since the 1.6.
The later builds have allegedly fixed the issue.
Any way, I realise there is a fair bit of work, checking and
testing, so thank you for considering and I will be pleased when you
get some time to have a look.
On Wed, 03 May 2017 05:39:04 +1200
klaatu at mixedsignals.ml wrote:
> Hi Habs,
> I can update FlowBlade, but if your build is going well, it's
> probably just as good as whatever I'll post. You can start editing
> with what you've got.
> I don't personally like to rush into updates on stable software. I'll
> do some testing of the latest FlowBlade and update the build assuming
> nothing crashes and burns horribly.
> I'd love to hear other maintainer's input about checksums from
> github. To my knowledge, there are none from Github upstream unless
> the developer goes out of their way to post them somewhere. For SBo,
> I just generate an md5sum based on what I've downloaded and put that
> into .info. Not great, I know, but at least it's a fingerprint.
> On 2017-05-03 04:08, General wrote:
> > FAO Maintainer (cc'd slackbuilds-users) Klaatu
> > Flowblade is several releases on now (1.12 ?). With respect to the
> > effort
> > involved, I was wondering if 'we' might be seeing an update to the
> > latest
> > version soon please?
> > I've had a go a running the build script against 1.10 and it seemed
> > to go
> > ok, but I'm never too sure ;-)
> > Which leads me to another [general] question: when getting a
> > source of Github (of which I am not too familiar) , what happens in
> > terms of process
> > that leads to the md5sum's on the slackbuilds.org..... I could not
> > see any
> > published [by the developers] any checksums etc ?
> > Keep up the good work everyone. It does not get said enough
> > probably, but
> > the time and effort that contributors and maintainers etc put in to
> > this
> > SlackBuilds project (and quality open source in general) is most
> > appreciated. Thank you.
> > Habs
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