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PackageKit and Debian

I've finally solved all the issues with PackageKit and Debian – I present the new gnome-packagekit frontend for Debian: Joking aside, Debian and Ubuntu can work just fine with PackageKit, I'm really not sure what all the noise is about.

Using PackageKit in GNOME programs

Do you develop a GNOME program and want to install extra stuff for your application? Want me to write you some code for your application to make it “just work”? Ideas I can think of: • Installing extensions in epiphany • Installing debuginfos in the GNOME crasher thing • Installing language packs in abiword • […]

New PackageKit coolness

Here's some stuff that now works properly: Notice the new checkbox to cut the repo list down to a sane size? Notice the new 'All packages' group? Now we tell you if we add deps! In other, more interesting news, there's now a new library on the street, libpackagekit-gnome. This shared library will allow integration […]

Add or remove all in a treeview

In gpk-update-viewer, the user can select with checkboxes which updates should be applied. This is fine, until you want to uncheck or check them all at once, where for 300 updates, unclicking each box seems tiresome. Matthias suggested a checkbox in the treeview header (but can't remember where he had seen that) and I quite […]

GLib gperf

Dear Lazyweb, Is there a more modern, GLib'ish version of gperf? I want to go from string->enum and emun->string faster than just using strcmp in a loop. I don't think I want to use GHashTable as it needs to be bi-directional. I like nice compact simple C code, and don't like awk in makefiles. Ideas? […]

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