I've created almost all ebuilds (no xfce4-dev-tools) for xfce-4.4.0_beta1.
They are in single archive, they are only eutils class based and to limit problems i set only ~x86 keyword as i use this architecture.
It can be base for future release.
- dependencies take form configure scripts
- no debug information yet included (no configure flags for them)
- limited documentation features, omited for most of packages
Also on my dev site: http://dev.gentoo.org/~moloh/ebuilds/
Created attachment 84939 [details]
Archive with all needed xfce packages.
I use only one additional use flag "no-plugin" to disable plugin building ie. for thunar, rest are standard ones.
xfce-base/orage - configure script have to be changed to permit use of sys-libs/db as current in gentoo (we have /usr/include/db4.1 and /usr/include/db4.2, and configure only "db4", no minor version is permited, i will send info about that to developers)
E-Builds will be in the tree later tonight...I'm just ironing out the final bumps.
If You would use these ebuilds here are some things i already spoted as bugs.
Problem with xfce-base/orage. It have to depends on sys-libs/db-4.0*. Also, path "/usr" have to be given to configure script with library localization.
There is also problem with gtk icon cache, gtk-update-icon-cache should be called after some ebuilds (ie. mcs-plugins and mcs) as they install icons in /usr/share/icons/hicolor/ but cache isn't updated...
Shortly i will send an updated version to my dev site (only with xfce-base/orage correction).
the ebuilds in the tree don't work. After unmasking all the xfce 4.3 stuff, this is what I get:
pluto ~ # emerge -uDa world
These are the packages that would be merged, in order:
Calculating world dependencies... done!
[blocks B ] >=xfce-base/xfce4-panel-4.3 (is blocking xfce-extra/xfce4-notes-0.10.0-r2)
[blocks B ] >=xfce-base/xfce4-panel-4.3 (is blocking xfce-extra/xfce4-clipman-0.4.1-r2)
[blocks B ] >=xfce-base/xfce4-panel-4.3 (is blocking xfce-extra/xfce4-windowlist-0.1.0-r2)
[blocks B ] >=xfce-base/xfce4-panel-4.3 (is blocking xfce-extra/xfce4-minicmd-0.3.0-r1)
[blocks B ] >=xfce-base/xfce4-panel-4.3 (is blocking xfce-extra/xfce4-systemload-0.3.6-r1)
[blocks B ] >=xfce-base/xfce4-panel-4.3 (is blocking xfce-extra/xfce4-showdesktop-0.4.0-r2)
[blocks B ] >=xfce-base/xfce4-panel-4.3 (is blocking xfce-extra/xfce4-netload-0.3.3)
[blocks B ] >=xfce-base/xfce4-panel-4.3 (is blocking xfce-extra/xfce4-battery-0.3.0-r2)
[blocks B ] >=xfce-base/xfce4-panel-4.3 (is blocking xfce-extra/xfce4-taskbar-0.2.2-r2)
[blocks B ] >=xfce-base/xfce4-panel-4.3 (is blocking xfce-extra/xfce4-cpugraph-0.2.2-r2)
[ebuild U ] x11-apps/xinit-1.0.2-r2 [1.0.2]
[ebuild U ] x11-apps/xdm-1.0.3-r1 [1.0.3]
[ebuild U ] media-libs/libmpeg3-1.5.2-r3 [1.5.2-r2]
[ebuild U ] x11-themes/gtk-engines-xfce-126.96.36.199 [2.2.8] USE="-debug%"
[ebuild U ] media-sound/alsa-utils-1.0.11 [1.0.11_rc5-r1]
[ebuild U ] media-libs/alsa-oss-1.0.11 [1.0.11_rc3]
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/libxfce4util-188.8.131.52 [184.108.40.206]
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/libxfce4mcs-220.127.116.11 [4.2.3]
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/libxfcegui4-18.104.22.168 [4.2.3] USE="startup-notification%"
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/xfce4-panel-22.214.171.124 [4.2.3] USE="startup-notification%"
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/xfce-mcs-manager-126.96.36.199 [4.2.3]
[ebuild U ] xfce-extra/xfce4-mixer-188.8.131.52 [4.2.3]
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/xfprint-184.108.40.206 [4.2.3] USE="cups% -lpr%"
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/xfce-mcs-plugins-220.127.116.11 [4.2.3]
[ebuild U ] xfce-extra/xfce4-icon-theme-18.104.22.168 [4.2.3]
[ebuild U ] xfce-extra/mousepad-0.2.4 [0.2.2-r1]
[ebuild U ] xfce-extra/exo-0.3.1.6_beta1 [0.3.0]
[ebuild N ] xfce-extra/terminal-0.2.5.1_beta1 USE="dbus startup-notification -debug -xslt"
[ebuild N ] gnome-extra/evolution-data-server-22.214.171.124 USE="ipv6 ssl -debug -doc -kerberos -krb4 -ldap -nntp"
[ebuild N ] xfce-base/orage-126.96.36.199 USE="berkdb -debug"
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/xfdesktop-188.8.131.52 [4.2.3] USE="-exo% -panel-plugin% -thunar-vfs%"
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/xfce-utils-184.108.40.206 [4.2.3] USE="-doc%"
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/xfce4-session-220.127.116.11 [4.2.3]
[ebuild U ] xfce-extra/xfce4-appfinder-18.104.22.168 [4.2.3]
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/xfwm4-22.214.171.124 [126.96.36.199] USE="startup-notification% xcomposite%"
[ebuild U ] xfce-extra/xfwm4-themes-188.8.131.52 [4.2.3]
[ebuild U ] xfce-base/xfce4-184.108.40.206 [220.127.116.11]
[ebuild N ] xfce-extra/xfce4-notes-0.10.0-r2 USE="-debug"
[ebuild N ] xfce-extra/xfce4-clipman-0.4.1-r2 USE="-debug"
[ebuild N ] xfce-extra/xfce4-windowlist-0.1.0-r2 USE="-debug"
[ebuild N ] xfce-extra/xfce4-minicmd-0.3.0-r1 USE="-debug"
[ebuild N ] xfce-extra/xfce4-systemload-0.3.6-r1 USE="-debug"
[ebuild N ] xfce-extra/xfce4-showdesktop-0.4.0-r2 USE="-debug"
[ebuild N ] xfce-extra/xfce4-netload-0.3.3 USE="-debug"
[ebuild N ] xfce-extra/xfce4-battery-0.3.0-r2 USE="-debug"
[ebuild N ] xfce-extra/xfce4-taskbar-0.2.2-r2 USE="-debug"
[ebuild N ] xfce-extra/xfce4-cpugraph-0.2.2-r2 USE="-debug"
[ebuild U ] dev-util/catalyst-2.0_rc43 [2.0_rc42]
!!! Error: The above package list contains packages which cannot be installed
!!! at the same time on the same system.
pluto ~ #
please make xfce-utils depend on xfce-mcs-manager.
It will not compile without.
@Ben: You have to unmerge all panel plugins, because they will block the new panel version. I don't know if this is a bug in the ebuild or if they are really incompatible with the new version.
Why is the evolution data server a dependency of orage? Afaik you only need this if you want to use orage in combination with evolution (to see tasks/calendar entrys). So it's useless for non evolution users.
But anyway thanks you Michal for his work!
orage in case of using USE="berkdb" should have "sys-libs/db-4.0*" dependency, it can only use 4.0.* versions.
And why do You add gnome-evolution-server dependency into orage?
I did unmerge all the panel plugins that it complained about. Notice that it wants to install them at the same time that it's complaining about them. (Look at the first few lines and at the last few lines.)
unmerging xfce4-toys and xfce4-extras did the trick.
It built in the wrong order. xfce4-panel was built before libxfce4util, so the compile failed.
checking for pkg-config >= 0.9.0... 0.20
checking for libxfce4util-1.0 >= 18.104.22.168... found, but 22.214.171.124
*** The required package libxfce4util-1.0 was found on your system,
*** but the installed version (126.96.36.199) is too old.
Does orage really need gnome-evolution-server which require so many gnome-related packages?
(In reply to comment #11)
> Does orage really need gnome-evolution-server which require so many
> gnome-related packages?
I've installed xfce-188.8.131.52 on my main test box and it's mostly working. It's a kitchen sink box though ... everything I've ever even considered using is usually loaded on it, and I only rebuild it when it crashes irretrievably or I run out of disk space on it. :) Once you get the desktop up, you can specify thunderbird as your mail reader, so it may not actually be using evolution unless that's your mail reader.
A couple of items.
1. The upgrade to test out 4.4 beta1 went very smoothly and I'm up and running fully.
2. gnome-extra/evolution-data-server is _not_ needed for orage! I couldn't even find a place in configure etc.. for even linking into eds. This should either not be a dependency or be a USE flag. I built and run fine without it.
3. gnome-base/orbit is not needed for thunar. I didn't bother to see if there was a configure option for this, but built and run thunar fine without it.
These two changes saved me compiling in about 10-15 gnome libs that were part of the reason I moved to xfce. Please change the ebuilds.
All-in-all great work. Thanks.
(In reply to comment #13)
to add to points in #13, gtk-doc is also not required to get xfce4 running AFAIK.
Thanks for the ebuilds!
A lot of the panel plugins have also been updated. You can get them from: ftp://ftp.berlios.de/pub/xfce-goodies/panel-plugins/4.4
I looked at updating the ebuilds, but they appear to use some kind of xfce42 eclass (is that the right termininology?) that I don't know how to update.
Thanks for the plugin update!
After bit of quick hacking I have the following plugin ebuilds working:
Most others should follow the same procedure:
1. Change the inherit from xfce42 to xfce44. New eclass already added into /usr/portage/eclass/xfce44.eclass for our building pleasure.
2. Replace the goodies_plugin line with two lines:
3. ebuild xxx digest; emerge -av xxx
I compiled the new ebuilds successfully, installed them in my panel, played around a bit with the configs and called it good. Ebuilds attached, although please let me know if I should submit individual bugs, new bug, etc...
Consider these "works for me" ebuilds and let me know.
Created attachment 86431 [details]
New beta ebuild for xfce4.4 cpugraph panel plugin
Created attachment 86432 [details]
New beta ebuild for xfce4.4 netload panel plugin
Created attachment 86433 [details]
New beta ebuild for xfce4.4 diskperf panel plugin
Created attachment 86434 [details]
New beta ebuild for xfce4.4 diskperf panel plugin
Created attachment 86462 [details]
all plugin ebuilds
This is a tarball of all the plugins available for xfce4.4. Most work, but a few have problems.
1: Verve has a sandbox error.
2: The name of the file is wrong in xfce4-fsguard.
3: sensors isn't tested (I don't have lm-sensors).
4: The filename is wrong for xmms2-client.
Everything else should be working. Sorry for the "halfass" job, but I've never worked with eclasses before.
Created attachment 86463 [details, diff]
download location update
This updates the download location of the plugins to the new ftp site.
Thanks for filling in the blanks.
I have a couple notes on the plugins which I do not believe are from the ebuilds - the plugins are beta after all.
1. cpugraph seems to actually generate cpu traffic of 100% on my machine randomly and I have to kill the process off by hand.
2. diskperf doesn't seem to persist in the panel across logins. Where does it go? The shadow knows...
3. battery monitor doesn't seem to listen to the panel's setting with respect to size. my panel grew to about 48pt from a forced 26 when I installed battery.
Anybody pushing xfce4.4 desktop and plugin related bugs upstream? I can submit these if needs be.
(In reply to comment #23)
> 3. battery monitor doesn't seem to listen to the panel's setting with respect
> to size. my panel grew to about 48pt from a forced 26 when I installed
This is because the icon doesn't scale. Turn off the icon and the applet resizes just fine.
The weather applet has issues too. It doesn't persist across sessions and has other odd behaviour. If you open the preferences window and then press the close button, the applet itself closes.
I don't have time to write an ebuild for it just now, but there's a 4.4 wavelan plugin here: http://foo-projects.org/pipermail/xfce/2006-May/017353.html
I'm sure that it will make it to the "official" download site shortly.
*** Bug 139898 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Just an info: Beta2 is available ;-)
Created attachment 91382 [details]
Updated ebuilds for XFCE4.4 Beta2
* version bumps
* xfce4-panel missed xfce-base/xfce-mcs-manager-dep (otherwise portage will try to compile the panel before xfce-mcs-manager, which does not work)
* exo now depends on dev-perl/URI
Compiled fine here.
Added a new Ebuild for Xarchiver in bug 112132.
This should probably become a new dependency for the xfce-base/xfce4-ebuild as Xarchiver is now part of Xfce.
I'm not sure how interwoven Xfce and Xarchiver are. It looks like Xarchiver has a thunar-plugin, so perhaps it should depend on thunar....ok, this discussion should be moved to the Xarchiver-bug. ;-)
Several of the ebuilds have the wrong download link. They are trying to pull from http://www.xfce.org/archive/xfce-184.108.40.206/src/ instead of http://www.xfce.org/archive/xfce-220.127.116.11/src/
So far exo and Terminal have this problem.
ebuilds updated on my devsite... if anyone is interested.
> Several of the ebuilds have the wrong download link.
Sorry, I forgot to mention this: The xfce44-eclass has the versions hardcoded in it....so this eclass needs to be patched by simply changing XFCE_BETA_VERSION and THUNAR_BETA_VERSION to the current versionnumbers.
Created attachment 91627 [details]
Created xfce4-dev-tools ebuild. This seems to be needed by some packages depending on Xfce4 (for example: xfmedia build from SVN, see bug 140195).
(In reply to comment #33)
> Created an attachment (id=91627) 
> Created xfce4-dev-tools ebuild. This seems to be needed by some packages
> depending on Xfce4 (for example: xfmedia build from SVN, see bug 140195).
Correct, but nothing in Portage tree needs xfce-dev-tools.
(In reply to comment #34)
> Correct, but nothing in Portage tree needs xfce-dev-tools.
* "Gentoo is about choice". If anyone wants to compile some XFCE-packages himself he should be able to (...without needing to write own ebuilds for every dependency).
* It's part of the XFCE 4.4 Beta2 Release.
* It's simple and small, should be not much work to maintain (I think the only change will be the version-number, the rest is done by the xfce-eclass which is maintained anyway)
* Nothing (outside XFCE) depends on XFCE, too...but XFCE is included. ;-)
I've been running xfce 18.104.22.168 more or less since it appeared in the tree. There were a few minor annoyances in the themes, but overall it was behaving very well for beta software. xfce 22.214.171.124 came along and I installed it. It did horrible things to firefox and thunderbird and I ended up having to create a new home directory (and switch to Windowmaker) just to read email and browse the Internet. Uninstalling xfce 126.96.36.199 and reinstalling firefox and thunderbird did not fix it.
I haven't had the time to dig into it and see what exactly happened, but there is some bizarre interaction between the theme configuration of xfce 188.8.131.52 beta and the rendering pieces of firefox and thunderbird that "rendered" them unusable. Some of the symptoms:
1. Black backgrounds/black text in the tool tips on the XFCE panel
2. Black backgrounds/black text in firefox and thunderbird.
3. Message subjects in thunderbird showing only the first word until you mouse over them.
4. Miscellaneous things in both thunderbird and firefox not showing up until you mouse over them
5. Some things not showing up even if you do mouse over them.
Am I the only one that's seen this? I just recently updated to modular X and also installed "seamonkey", so it might not be XFCE 184.108.40.206 alone that's responsible.
That sounds more like the problem with xorg-server 1.1.x and nvidia-glx than XFCE.
Cleanup of old bugs...ebuilds in the tree for a while now.