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Re: Package for LXQt. Help wanted.

From: 宋文武
Subject: Re: Package for LXQt. Help wanted.
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2018 19:51:52 +0800
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Meiyo Peng <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello Song,
>> Hello, thank you again, I have push them!
> Thank you.
>> - Add comments about the missing translations (disable the
>>   PULL_TANSLATIONS), which are in the lxqt-l10n git repository.  I think
>>   we can prefetch it as a 'origin', add it to the input of the
>>   application, or add a 'lxqt-l10n' package.
> I didn't add lxqt-l10n because it is stated as deprecated on it's home
> page.

Okay, I see now the repositories (lxqt-about, etc) have their
translations checked in, so the next release will have translations
files in the tarballs.  In the meantime, we could add 'lxqt-l10n' as a
package to get translations for those LXQt applications.  I tried to
build lxqt-l10n, but its CMakeLists.txt can't be used as-is, I'd leave
it now...

>> - Correct some licenses, eg: obconf-qt, qps are under GPL2+.
> Sorry about this. I should have been more careful.
>> And a "lxqt-build-tools: Dedifen LXQT_*_DIR variables" patch is
>> unapplied:
>>      (build-system cmake-build-system)
>>      (arguments
>> -     `(#:tests? #f))                    ; no tests
>> +     `(#:tests? #f  ;; no tests
>> +       #:configure-flags
>> +       `("-DLXQT_DATA_DIR=/run/current-system/profile/share"
>> +         "-DLXQT_ETC_XDG_DIR=/run/current-system/profile/etc/xdg")))
>> What are thoses variables used for?  If I install the 'lxqt' package
>> into my user profile, should I set them to the directories under my
>> profile ($HOME/.guix-profile/share and $HOME/.guix-profile/etc/xdg)?
> These variables are used by all LXQt packages during build time. But
> there is no big issue if they are not defined here, I guess it is
> because XDG_*_DIRS environment variables are set correctly during
> runtime. They default to directories within
> /gnu/store/*-lxqt-build-tools-*/ like this:
> "/gnu/store/86wy8q4yplhalf3yvmzv673naarxn3na-lxqt-build-tools-0.5.0/share"
> I defined these variables here to serve an aesthetic purpose, so that
> the "Technical Info" tab within lxqt-about can show the values defined
> above rather than directories like this:
> "/gnu/store/86wy8q4yplhalf3yvmzv673naarxn3na-lxqt-build-tools-0.5.0/share".

Yeah, thanks for the explanation.

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