This is a new release of Rage 0.3.1 with bug fixes of course and almost 2 years of work.
|Enlightenment DR 0.23.0 XZ||b8c5d040875576d3d3ad8572644f92a65e21291bcee6b0d62f74fbfd482afdf8|
Highly recommended to ensure proper functionality (though you can live without these):
Note: Enlightenment 0.23.0 depends on EFL v1.22.3 or newer.
This is a first cut at a pre-built Arch Linux disk image for the Raspberry Pi with Enlightenment, EFL, Terminology and Rage all installed from git (as AUR packages). It includes a setup tool to configure the system to your liking in basic ways. It sets up a repository for updates of the overlaid/added AUR packages used as well as regular Arch Linux ARM (alarm).
This should work on the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3. It will not work on the Raspberry Pi 4 as Arch Linux ARM still is missing full support at the base. It also will not work on the Raspberry Pi 1 or Zero as these are ARMv6 based. In future I imagine the Raspberry Pi 4 will work, but not at this point. It is a 32bit ARMv7 image, not 64bit (aarch64).
You can download the pre-made disk image here:
To install this on a MicroSD card, simply plug one into some card
reader you have and do the following, simply replacing
the correct device for your MicroSD card. You will need at least a 4GB
card for this to work, but larger cards will give you more room to
install packages and user files later on.
xz -d ArchLinuxARM-Rpi-ARMv7-Enlightenment-Wayland.img.xz dd if=ArchLinuxARM-Rpi-ARMv7-Enlightenment-Wayland.img of=/dev/sdX bs=4M status=progress conv=fdatasync oflag=sync
Once the above
dd command complete, power down your Raspberry Pi, plug
the card in, then power it up and wait for the desktop to come up.
Double-click on the “Install & Setup” icon on the desktop to begin the
setup process. Please forgive the roughness of this tool as it's a
first-cut shell script to be replaced in future by a proper GUI tool.
A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.
After few months of work, Terminology 1.5.0 is out with a new theme, ability to auto-hide the mouse cursor, some improvements and quite some important bug fixes:
Treat Emojis as double-width characters, on by default.
OSC-11escape-code to report background color
|Terminology 1.5.0 XZ||
A few weeks after having released Terminology v1.4.0, few issues were found and fixed in this new 1.4.1 version.
|Terminology 1.4.1 XZ||
Our first update on the 1.22 release series.
This is version 1.22 of the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries, featuring over 2000 patches from developers around the world.
The primary focus of this release has been stabilizing the EO library as well as an initial set of unified API which is based on it. This release also includes work on language bindings for EFL in C# and C++.
Please see the NEWS file for more details.
(git log –pretty=oneline v1.21.0..v1.22.0 | wc -l)
Number of commits in 1.22: 2152
Number of commits in 1.21: 4954
(git shortlog -ns v1.21.0..v1.22.0 | wc -l)
Number of authors in 1.22: 55
Number of authors in 1.21: 96
(git diff –stat v1.20.1..v1.21.0 | tail -1)
3154 files changed, 169564 insertions(+), 79861 deletions(-)
3217 files changed, 281935 insertions(+), 137611 deletions(-) in 1.21
If you have an existing EFL or Elementary install, you may wish to delete its header files and libraries before compiling and installing to avoid possible conflicts during compilation. Please refer to the README for a full list of dependencies, explanations on configure flags and other relevant information. Default dependencies are:
Recommended requirements (highly recommended):
Enable these with configure options:
--enable-xinput22 \ --enable-systemd \ --enable-image-loader-webp \ --enable-harfbuzz \ --enable-multisense \ --enable-liblz4
On linux to get framebuffer support you may want to also do:
If you want wayland support also add:
--enable-wayland \ --enable-elput \ --enable-drm
At runtime if you want thumbnailing for DOC/PPT/XLS etc. files also provide: libreoffice
In the northern hemisphere, it is already spring. The flowers are starting to bloom again, trees are budding… It is also a time to start fresh and release those 250+ commits written during long winter nights. I am thus proud to release Terminology 1.4.0 today!
|Terminology 1.4.0 XZ||
How do you add a new news article? Simple - go to:
news-article-name simply is the name of your article. Make
it unique or if you are lazy use this link:
Where the page name uses current date plus a random number.