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Re: [spacious-padding] spacious-padding-subtle-mode-line and active/inactive 4 months ago

From Damien Cassou to ~protesilaos/general-issues

Hi Prot,

Protesilaos Stavrou <info@protesilaos.com> writes:
> There was a difference, but it was subtle. I pushed an update now that
> should make things easier.

thank you for this. Unfortunately, changing the color of a 1px line
isn't going to make it distinguishable for me. I haven't found any way
to increase the thickness of the overline, it seems to be stuck at
1px.

The only thing I have found to work is to use the style "sunken" or
"raised" on the box around text in the mode-line-active face (see
attached screenshot). This doesn't look good but it works. I still have

[spacious-padding] spacious-padding-subtle-mode-line and active/inactive 4 months ago

From Damien Cassou to ~protesilaos/general-issues

Hi everyone,

I'm excited about the new spacious-padding-subtle-mode-line option but I
don't see any difference between active and inactive buffers. A
screenshot is attached to this email (with modus-operandi).

Thank you for all the work on all these packages I rely on.

-- 
Damien Cassou

"Success is the ability to go from one failure to another without
losing enthusiasm." --Winston Churchill

Re: 2.0-beta2 release and hatchling 5 months ago

From Damien Cassou to ~lioploum/offpunk-packagers

Hi,

thank you and Jean for the work.

Adding "hatchling" as dependency automatically built and installed the 4
binaries on nix:

    $ ls ./result/bin/
    ansicat  netcache  offpunk  opnk

I don't know how to use these additional binaries and the --help output
doesn't say much either:

    $ ansicat --help

Re: Problem with quotes in RSS 6 months ago

From Damien Cassou to ~pkal/elpa-zine

Hi Philip,

Philip Kaludercic <philipk@posteo.net> writes:
>> some characters of the journal don't show well in my RSS reader. In
>> particular, apostrophes are shown as "&apos".
>
> I tried viewing the atom feed in Emacs' newsticker, and didn't see any
> issues of this kind.  What RSS reader are you using?

I'm using Feeder on Android: https://f-droid.org/en/packages/com.nononsenseapps.feeder/

The mailing list forbids attaching png files to emails. If you change
that, I can attach a screenshot.

Problem with quotes in RSS 6 months ago

From Damien Cassou to ~pkal/elpa-zine

Hi,

some characters of the journal don't show well in my RSS reader. In
particular, apostrophes are shown as "&apos".

Thank you for your work, I'm already waiting for the next edition!

Best

-- 
Damien Cassou

"Success is the ability to go from one failure to another without
losing enthusiasm." --Winston Churchill

Re: Announcing Offpunk 2.0 beta 1 7 months ago

From Damien Cassou to ~lioploum/offpunk-packagers

Ploum <sourcehut@ploum.eu> writes:
> WARNING: this is a beta1 version because the packaging is not yet 
> modified. While the code is running fine directly with "python 
> offpunk.py", it is currently not installable. Help needed here.

what do you mean by "help needed"? Is there anything you want to change
within the repository of offpunk or are you only talking about packagers
having to do their work on their side?

-- 
Damien Cassou

"Success is the ability to go from one failure to another without
losing enthusiasm." --Winston Churchill

[PATCH] Makefile: Update makel's URL 7 months ago

From Damien Cassou to ~protesilaos/tmr

This updates the URL of makel in Makefile.

-- 
Damien Cassou

"Success is the ability to go from one failure to another without
losing enthusiasm." --Winston Churchill

Re: From setup.py to flit 1 year, 1 month ago

From Damien Cassou to ~lioploum/offpunk-packagers

Ploum <sourcehut@ploum.eu> writes:
> If packagers agree with flit, I will release a 1.9.2 that will include
> flit and solves the "1.9.1 reports version 1.9" bug.

no problem for nix either, I confirm it works fine.

-- 
Damien Cassou

"Success is the ability to go from one failure to another without
losing enthusiasm." --Winston Churchill

Re: Offpunk 1.9.1 --version prints 1.9 1 year, 1 month ago

From Damien Cassou to ~lioploum/offpunk-packagers

Ploum <sourcehut@ploum.eu> writes:
> This is a bug in offpunk. I forgot to increment the number. I commited
> a change with the good number but the tag thus refer to the previous
> commit. What do you think is the best way to fix this?

I think this is a matter of deciding between:

1. This is a minor problem and users can wait until there is more to
release to see this problem fixed. Problem of this solution: users of
Nix are stuck with version 1.9.

2. This problem is important enough to justify by itself the release of
1.9.2 as soon as possible. Problem of this solution: more work for the
packagers who want to be up-to-date.

Offpunk 1.9.1 --version prints 1.9 1 year, 1 month ago

From Damien Cassou to ~lioploum/offpunk-packagers

Hi,

in Nix I introduced a test checking that --version prints the version
number set in the package. This test breaks for 1.9.1:

$ offpunk --version
Offpunk 1.9

I was expecting the output to be "Offpunk 1.9.1". Is the package making
a wrong assumption or is there a bug in Offpunk?

Best

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