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aarnt

Alexandre Arnt , Brazil

Octopi

System Software May 29 2014
Score 59%
59 Likes
41 Dislikes

QTGZManager

System Software Feb 24 2013
Score 85%
85 Likes
15 Dislikes

QTGZManager

System Software Oct 06 2007
Score 55%
55 Likes
45 Dislikes

XineStarter

Utilities Feb 09 2007
Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes
Octopi

System Software 15 comments

by aarnt
Score 59%
59 Likes
41 Dislikes
May 29 2014
Hi mate,
Try this:

octopi -style gtk

Then your style should be honored ;-) - Jul 20 2013
Hi,
You can click over the repository column, so it'll sort the package list by it.
When you start Octopi again, it'll remember your settings.
Bye. - May 29 2013
Please, try a "git pull" and a "makepkg" again as I've just updated the PKGBUILD file.

Thanks! - May 17 2013
Please, try a "git pull" and a "makepkg" again as I've just updated the PKGBUILD file.

Thanks! - May 17 2013
Hummm... sorry, I think you have downloaded Octopi from the link above... so, download it again and "makepkg" it!

Bye. - May 17 2013
Please, try a "git pull" and a "makepkg" again as I've just updated the PKGBUILD file.

Thanks! - May 17 2013
Thanks!

Of course you can update your system: just press Ctrl+U and you're ready to go ;-) - May 12 2013
QTGZManager

System Software 2 comments

by aarnt
Score 55%
55 Likes
45 Dislikes
Oct 06 2007
First of all I want to thank you for the translation!

You can send it to qtgzmanager/gmail/com.

OK ? - Oct 16 2007
QTGZManager

System Software 30 comments

by aarnt
Score 85%
85 Likes
15 Dislikes
Feb 24 2013
Thank you very much Mahdi, you cannot imagine how rewarding it is to hear such a positive feedback.

For sorting the 2 lists by status, you just need to click in their left header.

On the other hand, sorting by date and author is not implemented and would be very hard (if possible) to do with the current technology. I've considered to use SQLite database to harvest all kind of package information to further magnify the search options. Maybe QTGZ can switch to this in the future.

By the way, have you visited the web site? Now it has a development blog to bring the users closer to the project.

And do no forget to vote "good" (herein) if you really liked it ;-) - Oct 06 2007
Thank you very much Mahdi, you cannot imagine how rewarding it is to hear such a positive feedback.

For sorting the 2 lists by status, you just need to click in their left header.

On the other hand, sorting by date and author is not implemented and would be very hard (if possible) to do with the current technology. I've considered to use SQLite database to harvest all kind of package information to further magnify the search options. Maybe QTGZ can switch to this in the future.

By the way, have you visited the web site? Now it has a development blog to bring the users closer to the project.

And do no forget to vote "good" (herein) if you really liked it ;-) - Oct 06 2007
Thank you very much Mahdi, you cannot imagine how rewarding it is to hear such a positive feedback.

For sorting the 2 lists by status, you just need to click in their left header.

On the other hand, sorting by date and author is not implemented and would be very hard (if possible) to do with the current technology. I've considered to use SQLite database to harvest all kind of package information to further magnify the search options. Maybe QTGZ can switch to this in the future.

By the way, have you visited the web site? Now it has a development blog to bring the users closer to the project.

And do no forget to vote "good" (herein) if you really liked it ;-) - Oct 06 2007
Manfred, thanks for reporting the link problem! - Jun 12 2007
Quax, first thank you for the translation, I'll post a new updated release soon. (BTW, what is your name to figure in the credits section ?).

And about your error, indeed it seems it is missing an "#include <QToolButton>" declaration instead of a <QPushButton> one. Try and see if it helps. The most weird of that all is it compiles for me. - May 20 2007
Quax, first thank you for the translation, I'll post a new updated release soon. (BTW, what is your name to figure in the credits section ?).

And about your error, indeed it seems it is missing an "#include <QToolButton>" declaration instead of a <QPushButton> one. Try and see if it helps. The most weird of that all is it compiles for me. - May 20 2007
Gohanz, I could only see your post today, because this site had a bug on the access of first date comments. Regarding your suggestion, QTGZManager has the shortcut "F5" to refresh the directory and system package lists. But be still, the next versions will have a toolbar with such important functions. Thank you for the support! BTW, is the Beta1r2 package recognition system working right for you ? - Mar 14 2007
Thanks quax,
QTGZManager will sure have translation support. Stay tuned :-)

I'd also like to express my gratefulness to the feedback I'm receiving. The FOSS community is really superb.

Thank you! - Feb 28 2007
Ok, thanls. It'll be in Beta1 release2. - Feb 09 2007
Great idea for a feature for the upcoming versions. I´ll try to put it in Beta2, probably with the help of SQLite. Looking at the contents of a package is also something we cannot miss as it may lead to package diff :-) I´ll be dropping a "release 2" of Beta1 in the upcoming days to fix some edges in the package classification system and other things we may find later. - Feb 08 2007
Never mind, gohanz!

You can download the slack package too as it also statically links to QT4.2. And do not forget to post the results of your tests :-D
Thank you! - Feb 07 2007
Did it! - Feb 05 2007
Yeah, you are right! You know, I have never made one... but it seems it will happen soon ;-)
BTW, did it work for you ? - Feb 05 2007
XineStarter

Utilities 5 comments

by aarnt
Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes
Feb 09 2007
I´m sorry.
I´m new in the field of distributing applications. I´ll try to build a source with configure support in the future.
In this project I used the QT´z qmake technology.

Does the binary work for you. I tried to compile it for the i486 platform. - Feb 12 2007