Very likely only temporary, yet just in case of an oversight: Gforth is
currently stuck in unstable as gforth-common lags behind. Nothing
serious, nothing's broken, we're around the holidays, but it's a couple
of days now and the
Openbox recommends obconf, which is GTK based, but there's also a Qt-version
available, obconf-qt, providing roughly equivalent functionality. I'd like to
suggest both being recommended as an option. Recommendations should be
the following options as per man page and links2 -h
Text color in text mode.
Link color in text mode.
it seems that Pcap.pm doesn't export `pcap_close` quite as intended, so e.g.
just fails with
"Undefined subroutine ::pcap_close called at /usr/bin/pcapinfo line
Tags: a11y upstream
Justification: renders package unusable
cons unfortunately fails immediately and no longer succeeds on building
even a single C source file:
do "Construct" failed, '.' is no longer in @INC; did you
Tags: patch upstream
ddir is fairly broken on my machine due to a possible typo in what
appears to be a more recent addition. Use closedir instead of close:
< closedir $DIR or warn "Close failure: $ERRNO
Followup-For: Bug #847918
this report can be closed. As could've been deduced from the error message,
the crash was rather due to a local version conflict between pip and Setuptools.
It appears I had accidentally updated my system version of the latter, instead
of a user
´cppcheck´ is currently without suggestion/recommendation, yet there is a gui
Please include some reference to ´cppcheck-gui´, I think a suggestion would do
-- System Information:
Pip3 fails when attempting to list only outdated packages with pip3 list -o:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/pip/basecommand.py", line 215, in main
when invoking the About window from the Help menu and then selecting 'Version',
Links will crash immediately.
Back in the shell I'm left with the following information:
INTERNAL ERROR at menu.c.:211: menu_version: text
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