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Semantik

Education Apps by ita256 149 comments

I am trying to build semantik 3.3 on OS X Intel. ocaml 3.10, Qt 4.3.0, python 2.5.1 are installed.

I get the following errors:

[ 1/36] * ocaml : util/ocaml+twt.ml -> build/default/util/ocaml+twt.cmx
[ 2/36] * ocalinkopt : build/default/util/ocaml+twt.cmx -> build/default/util/ocaml+twt
[ 3/36] * ocamlcmi : src/azelott.mli -> build/default/src/azelott.cmi
[ 4/36] * ocamlcmi : src/energia.mli -> build/default/src/energia.cmi
[ 5/36] * ocamlcmi : src/mozdulatlan.mli -> build/default/src/mozdulatlan.cmi
[ 6/36] * rcc : src/Bnvzs.qrc -> build/default/src/Bnvzs_rc.cpp
[ 7/36] * ocamlcc : src/armtlkto.c -> build/default/src/armtlkto.o
[ 8/36] * ocaml : src/azelott.ml -> build/default/src/azelott.cmx
[ 9/36] * ocaml : src/energia.ml -> build/default/src/energia.cmx
[10/36] * ocaml : src/mozdulatlan.ml -> build/default/src/mozdulatlan.cmx
[11/36] * ocaml : src/veg.ml -> build/default/src/veg.cmx
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/waf", line 321, in <module>
try: Scripting.Main()
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scripting.py", line 211, in Main
ret = bld.compile()
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Build.py", line 178, in compile
ret = executor.start()
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Runner.py", line 247, in start
if not proc.must_run():
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Task.py", line 196, in must_run
self.m_dep_sig = self.m_scanner.get_signature(self)
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scan.py", line 28, in get_signature
ret = self._get_signature(task)
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scan.py", line 74, in _get_signature
return self._get_signature_default_strong(task)
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scan.py", line 105, in _get_signature_default_strong
for node in task.m_inputs: add_node_sig(node)
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scan.py", line 89, in add_node_sig
if tree.needs_rescan(node, env): self.do_scan(node, env, task.m_scanner_params)
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scan.py", line 63, in do_scan
tree.m_deps_tstamp[variant][node] = tree.m_tstamp_variants[variant][node]
KeyError: <b:/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/src/AbLaK.h> - Jun 24 2007
Semantik

Education Apps by ita256 149 comments

I am trying to build semantik 3.3 on OS X Intel. ocaml 3.10, Qt 4.3.0, python 2.5.1 are installed.

I get the following errors:

[ 1/36] * ocaml : util/ocaml+twt.ml -> build/default/util/ocaml+twt.cmx
[ 2/36] * ocalinkopt : build/default/util/ocaml+twt.cmx -> build/default/util/ocaml+twt
[ 3/36] * ocamlcmi : src/azelott.mli -> build/default/src/azelott.cmi
[ 4/36] * ocamlcmi : src/energia.mli -> build/default/src/energia.cmi
[ 5/36] * ocamlcmi : src/mozdulatlan.mli -> build/default/src/mozdulatlan.cmi
[ 6/36] * rcc : src/Bnvzs.qrc -> build/default/src/Bnvzs_rc.cpp
[ 7/36] * ocamlcc : src/armtlkto.c -> build/default/src/armtlkto.o
[ 8/36] * ocaml : src/azelott.ml -> build/default/src/azelott.cmx
[ 9/36] * ocaml : src/energia.ml -> build/default/src/energia.cmx
[10/36] * ocaml : src/mozdulatlan.ml -> build/default/src/mozdulatlan.cmx
[11/36] * ocaml : src/veg.ml -> build/default/src/veg.cmx
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/waf", line 321, in <module>
try: Scripting.Main()
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scripting.py", line 211, in Main
ret = bld.compile()
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Build.py", line 178, in compile
ret = executor.start()
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Runner.py", line 247, in start
if not proc.must_run():
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Task.py", line 196, in must_run
self.m_dep_sig = self.m_scanner.get_signature(self)
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scan.py", line 28, in get_signature
ret = self._get_signature(task)
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scan.py", line 74, in _get_signature
return self._get_signature_default_strong(task)
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scan.py", line 105, in _get_signature_default_strong
for node in task.m_inputs: add_node_sig(node)
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scan.py", line 89, in add_node_sig
if tree.needs_rescan(node, env): self.do_scan(node, env, task.m_scanner_params)
File "/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/.waf-1.1.1-1534209504/wafadmin/Scan.py", line 63, in do_scan
tree.m_deps_tstamp[variant][node] = tree.m_tstamp_variants[variant][node]
KeyError: <b:/Users/flo/apps/semantik-0.3.3/src/AbLaK.h> - Jun 24 2007
Kuroo

System Software by karye 120 comments

This sounds like a reasonable suggestion. We may consider it in a future release :)

Thanks for your feedback! - Jul 22 2006
Distro Challenge - gentoo

Wallpaper Other by tiny 6 comments

How sweet! Now that's a little cutie. This would look nice as a splash as well I guess. - Nov 15 2004
Dragon Player

Video Players by eean 278 comments

Sorry, I wasn't notified about your answer. Here's my somewhat "late" reply:

> Thanks for your comments. Just out of interest,
> what are you thoughts on Codeine in general?

I think it a good idea to reduce the controls to a minimum and offer an application that just -well, yeah!- plays video(/media) files. There is still (resp.: again) a lack of such an application in the KDE world. But be careful not to cut a feature a lot of people may miss. As an example think of a volume control. It's essential in my opinion. I'm sure most people are used to controlling the volume via the player they're currently using. If you plan to incorporate one, please make it _vertical_.
On the other hand reconsider the visual analyzer. Though it may have some justified reason to be there -it shows that actually there is some sound- it just doesn't fit into an interface with such reduced controls. People who want all the fuzz may be better pleased with a "fully featured video suite" like Kaffeine. People who don't like Kaffeine due to it's recent bloat may be offended by an analyzer that's taking up a considerable amount of the otherwise carefully reduced interface.

Note I was surprised to see Codeine is able to play audio cds as well. I'm not sure what to think about that, whether people would expect Codeine to do so, whether they would use it. I hope you will get some feedback on this matter. I liked the "recently played" field, it's very handy. But I missed a "stop" button. I know it works without, but I expect media players to have one.

Wrt to the "2 vs 1 windows" thing bear in mind:
1. "Understand what the user needs"
2. "You are not the user".

I am looking forward to the next release of Codeine, keep up the good work :)

kiki - Nov 09 2004
Dragon Player

Video Players by eean 278 comments

OK, I see. Yet I can imagine several problems:

1. What's happening to the controls if the output window is automatically resizing? Are they possibly overlapped? What if they are overlapped? How do I access the controls then?

2. I want to rearrange my windows. Do the controls follow the movement of the output window? I guess not, so I would have to move two windows out of my way. When moving the output window I have to keep an eye on the controls so as to not hide them under the output window. That's annoying.

3. I want to close the application. Does closing the output window close the application? Or do I have to close the controls window? The same applies to minimize: I want to minimize the movie player. As i am currently watching a movie, i try to minimze the output window. There's no button. Where are the controls? Ah, there they are. Let's minimize them to also minimize the output window.... weird.

I think it less problematic to have the controls and the output in one window. Actions like minimizing or closing will be unambiguous. The controls will always be visible - and always accessible at the bottom or the top of the one, single window.

to make it short: The soultion with two windows produces more problems than it seems to solve.

Regards,
kinkerlitzchen aka kiki
- Nov 06 2004
Dragon Player

Video Players by eean 278 comments

Why are you separating the output window from the controls? Don't tell me it's just because you wanted to be different from kaffeine... - Nov 06 2004
Improving KDE

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by andrunko 313 comments

It would be cool if you kept us uptodate about which packages actually made it into cvs. Though I love to read cvs logs ;-) I'd still be happy to read about it on kde-look.org.

keep up the good work - Nov 01 2004
Gentoo - Tux On War

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by bard 5 comments

I had to rename the following entry in the "Theme.rc" for this splash theme to work:

From:
[KSplash Theme: Gentoo Tux On War]

To:
[KSplash Theme: gentoo-tux]

The entry should be the same name as the directory the theme is located in. Otherwise I wasn't able to use it. It showed up in the ksplah config panel and I was able to test it, but when I tried the command "ksplash" in a shell, the default splash theme fired up. Renaming as mentioned above did the trick.

BTW: Using "g e n t o o ..." as flashing icons is a very nice idea. I like it. - Jun 02 2004
Amarok

Audioplayers by amarok 574 comments

It's a shame programmers though very capable tend to have no idea about usabilty and software ergonomics. I appreciate a new sound player for KDE very much, but please reconsider your decisions placing media controls on both the main player and the playlist - it's simply disturbing. Make up your mind whether amarok is going to be "JuK" like or more like players such as xmms with a separated playlist. Plus why place the control buttons on the bottom of the playlist window? I hope you have good reasons...

Nonetheless keep up the good work. - Apr 12 2004
KTrayNetworker

System Software by stefano 56 comments

Could you please reorganize your packages so that when unpacked one can distinguish the package folders by ktraynetworker-0.2/ ktraynetworker-0.3/ and so on? This would be of great help! Oh, and I compiled version 0.3. --version says "KTrayNetworker: 0.1". The dialog box says "KTrayNetworker 0.2 alfa 20040125". So... three versions in one package? ;-)

nonetheless: keep up the good work. - Jan 27 2004
Debian woody package of SuperKaramba

Karamba & Superkaramba by prichards 52 comments

As far as I can tell there's no dependency problem anymore.
Plus I tested it with tuxbar, and, yes, it's working well.

thanks

kiki - Apr 28 2003
Debian woody package of SuperKaramba

Karamba & Superkaramba by prichards 52 comments

Did you compile it using a different Xfree XServer version than the one officially available for Debian Woody? I tried to install your package, but it complained and told me I needed Xfree 4.2. So I compiled it myself using

export KDEDIR=/usr/include/kde && export QTDIR=/usr/share/qt3 && ./configure --prefix=/usr

It worked (after me installing the additional python-dev package) and thanks to checkinstall I have a nice .deb of my own now ;)

kiki - Apr 27 2003