Bug#340869: mpdscribble: No songs saved/submitted, only 'skipping detected' in /var/log/mpdscribble.log

2005-11-27 Thread Decklin Foster
Michal Čihař writes: Oops, this is caused by added patch. As temporary workaround you can set higher sleep interval in configuration (5 should be okay). Ah, yes, the default is 1 isn't it. Didn't think of that. I'll work out a better solution and get warp to approve it. Rebuild coming up!

Bug#321664: Update?

2006-01-08 Thread Decklin Foster
Anything going on with this? I just need one alternate added to the dependencies. I can prepare an NMU if needed. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#347417: Replace with pysyck?

2006-01-10 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: python-syck Version: 0.55-3 Severity: wishlist The bindings built from the syck source do not work very well at all. There is an alternative binding, with its own source, called PySyck. See here: http://redhanded.hobix.com/inspect/languageHoppingWithYaml.html

Bug#321664: Please do not depend on libxaw8-dev.

2006-01-10 Thread Decklin Foster
David Martínez Moreno writes: Please, Decklin, could you point what do you find in libxaw8 that you have not got in libxaw7? As far as I can tell, libxaw8 differs from libxaw7 in the print code, which is actually disabled. X Strike Force' plans are, among others, drop libxaw8 packages in

Bug#342638: typing in Custom box does not save crossfade offset

2005-12-08 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: bmp-crossfade Version: 0.3.9-1 Severity: normal If I set the crossfade type for a particular event to Advanced and select Custom(ms) for the offset, typing a new value into the input box and clicking OK does not save this value. Using the up and down adjustment buttons, or typing in a

Bug#342693: yafc: Ctrl-C behaviour is annoying

2005-12-09 Thread Decklin Foster
Andrew Ferrier writes: In bash, and most shells, Ctrl-C seems to kill the current line and open a new prompt. However, in yafc, pressing Ctrl-C also disconnects from the server one is connected to. My thought is that if something is open (running) in a shell, ctrl-C kills it, so I hadn't

Bug#342638: typing in Custom box does not save crossfade offset

2005-12-09 Thread Decklin Foster
Florian Ernst writes: Does this occur when using 0.3.10-1 as well? I expect it does, but I just want to make sure... Yep. :( I will look into the code if I get a chance... of the top of my head, I believe the prototype for gwhatever_connect_signal changed from GTK+ 1.2 to 2.x, but you'd

Bug#342747: randomly cuts out previous song when starting crossfade

2005-12-09 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: bmp-crossfade Version: 0.3.10-1 Severity: normal (This is also present in 0.3.9-1.) With bmp-crossfade set up to do an advanced crossfade on automatic songchange, it will sometimes, seemingly at random, stop the current song completely when it hits the point where it should start

Bug#342747: Acknowledgement (randomly cuts out previous song when starting crossfade)

2005-12-09 Thread Decklin Foster
Actually... I think it may just be happening when I start song 1 from the beginning. Or perhaps just let it play for a certain length of time before the fade starts. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble?

Bug#337088: please --enable-xpm-background

2005-11-02 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: rxvt-unicode Version: 5.8-1 Severity: minor It would be nice if the regular (not -lite) packages of rxvt-unicode were built with --enable-xpm-background, for consistency with with regular rxvt. -- System Information: Debian Release: testing/unstable APT prefers unstable APT policy:

Bug#337842: ITP: pygmy -- PyGTK client for the Music Player Daemon (MPD)

2005-11-06 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Decklin Foster [EMAIL PROTECTED] * Package name: pygmy Version : 0.45+svn60 Upstream Author : Andrew Conkling [EMAIL PROTECTED] * URL : http://pygmy.berlios.de/ * License : GPL Description : PyGTK client

Bug#338275: should use _NET_CLIENT_LIST in preference to _NET_CLIENT_LIST_STACKING in taskbar

2005-11-08 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: fbpanel Version: 4.1-2 Severity: normal Tags: patch For some reason, the taskbar plugin uses _NET_CLIENT_LIST to initialize itself but _NET_CLIENT_LIST_STACKING to update. It is possible that a window manager might set the client list but not stacking information (perhaps it is strictly

Bug#344915: allow building initrd's temp dir in /tmp, rather than /boot

2005-12-27 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: kernel-package Version: 10.026 Severity: wishlist (I am using yaird to build my initrds, although I don't think this matters.) I have a relatively small /boot partition, and as I'm testing some different hardware configurations I have more kernels than usual in there. Sometimes, in a

Bug#345349: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Bug#345349: rawdog: Contains invalidly-licensed feedparser.py]

2005-12-30 Thread Decklin Foster
Adam, what do we have to do to merge the rawdog-specific changes into feedparser 4.0? Are all (any) of them still necessary? It would be nice to be able to depend on the python-feedparser package. - Forwarded message from Joe Wreschnig [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Subject: Bug#345349: rawdog:

Bug#332602: socks4-clients: should depend on libsocks4

2005-10-07 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: socks4-clients Version: 4.3.beta2-14 Severity: normal Subject says it all. rtelnet: error while loading shared libraries: libsocks.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory -- System Information: Debian Release: testing/unstable APT prefers unstable APT

Bug#332637: config for xserver-xorg/autodetect_mouse broken

2005-10-07 Thread Decklin Foster
merge 332637 332369 kthxbye Steve Greenland writes: During the upgrade to -8, I was asked three times whether I wanted to attempt mouse device autodetection. I noticed this as well, but found it was already filed. :-) -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to

Bug#334921: patch to add a few more window operations

2005-10-20 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: xwit Version: 3.4-7 Severity: wishlist Tags: patch This implements a few more window management actions which are somewhat obscure, but useful to me. -- System Information: Debian Release: testing/unstable APT prefers unstable APT policy: (500, 'unstable'), (1, 'experimental')

Bug#336033: sponsor

2005-11-21 Thread Decklin Foster
Michal, is your sponsor back yet? I could upload this if you wish. I also have a one-liner to merge... warp's mail is bouncing at the moment, so it's not in upstream yet. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble?

Bug#336033: sponsor

2005-11-22 Thread Decklin Foster
Michal Čihař writes: Upstream author's email is AFAIK Kuno Woudt [EMAIL PROTECTED]. What kind is one liner to merge? Yeah, MX isn't answering. Here's the one-liner, see attachment. If you could put it in your diff and upload the source somewhere I can build the .deb. Thanks. -- things

Bug#145798: netcat: openbsd's rewrite of netcat might help some ppl... or not

2006-09-19 Thread Decklin Foster
Sam Hocevar writes: Could you please elaborate on your tagging #145798 +wontfix? Debian users are stuck with a netcat from 1998 that isn't maintained while the OpenBSD netcat has support for IPv6, Unix sockets etc. If you don't have time to package a newer version, I can help; if you

Bug#390417: mpd --create-db fails with xmalloc assertion

2006-10-01 Thread Decklin Foster
Jonathan Wheelhouse writes: However, when it tries to load the music (via a mpd --create-db) it fails with the following: added Classical/Vivaldi, Antonio (1678-1741)/Vivaldi (Musici San Marco)/03 Vivaldi, K571 (F).mp3 mpd: /tmp/buildd/mpd-0.12.0/./src/utils.c:126: xmalloc: Assertion

Bug#390511: mpd: please add pause/resume/stop fades

2006-10-01 Thread Decklin Foster
Blue Beret writes: I did use XMMS with Crossfade plugin before switching to mpd. There was a feature to make a quick fadeout on pause/stop and a quick fadein on resume. Could this be added to mpd? There is crossfading between songs, but not on start and stop. Some sort of additional mechanism

Bug#390417: temporary work-around

2006-10-02 Thread Decklin Foster
retitle 390417 can't play certain mp3 files if maxFrames is not determined kthxbye I've uploaded 0.12.0-2, with the patch, but I'm leaving this open as playing the affected file does not actually work (Eric had the same result when I checked on IRC). You should be able to update your database,

Bug#381969: rxvt-unicode: /etc/X11/app-defaults/URxvt should set Rxvt.*, not URxvt.*

2006-08-07 Thread Decklin Foster
Reuben Thomas writes: I just spent a long time trying to work out why Rxvt.font didn't seem to work when all the other Rxvt.* resources did, and I finally discovered that this was because URxvt.font is set in /etc/X11/app-defaults, rather than Rxvt.font. Why can't you set Rxvt.* resources

Bug#381967: In fact, only explanation is needed, as this feature already exists

2006-08-07 Thread Decklin Foster
Reuben Thomas writes: So in fact my wishlist item has already been implemented; what is really needed is to update the update-alternatives list so that it mentions urxvtcd rather than urxvt (or maybe have both; some people prefer the stability of separate processes). Thanks; an

Bug#382634: mpd: install init script at startup fails

2006-08-12 Thread Decklin Foster
Julien Delange writes: MPD db at /var/lib/mpd/mpddb not found, creating. Starting Music Player Daemon: mpd. Could you explain what happens after this step? Either MPD should be running, or there should be more errors. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL

Bug#488877: ITP: libtrollop-ruby -- command-line argument processing library

2008-10-11 Thread Decklin Foster
Excerpts from daniel's message of Sat Oct 11 06:11:21 -0400 2008: Just dropping a note to ask if you're getting anywhere on packaging Trollop? I have made a package, in the apparent absence of activity on your end, so I'll take over this ITP and get it uploaded 1 week from now if I don't hear

Bug#457174: FD_SETSIZE

2008-10-13 Thread Decklin Foster
Excerpts from Samuel Tardieu's message of Mon Oct 13 04:29:55 -0400 2008: Loic's patch is not so about the *number* of file descriptors but about the *largest* file descriptor that can be used in netcat. Yes, I know how select(2) works; since its usage was fixed in the other patch, I don't

Bug#457174: FD_SETSIZE

2008-10-13 Thread Decklin Foster
Excerpts from Samuel Tardieu's message of Mon Oct 13 18:13:08 -0400 2008: Agreed, it should be eliminated and the system default should be kept. Anyway, I withdraw my request, we switched to socat today after I had a look at the netcat code, and it fits its job perfectly, so we won't be using

Bug#488877: ITP: libtrollop-ruby -- command-line argument processing library

2008-10-19 Thread Decklin Foster
Uhm, sorry. Apparently this was overlooked in the round of library uploads for sup-mail. Uploading now. Excerpts from Daniel Watkins's message of Sun Oct 19 10:17:29 -0400 2008: owner 488877 [EMAIL PROTECTED] thanks Hi Decklin, Excerpts from daniel's message of Sat Oct 11 06:11:21 -0400

Bug#502875: returns wrong version number

2008-10-20 Thread Decklin Foster
Excerpts from W. Martin Borgert's message of Mon Oct 20 10:58:47 -0400 2008: mpd returns '0.13.0' instead of '0.13.2'. I installed python-mpd and typed in python: I have indeed noticed this writing Njiiri, it does look pretty silly :-) Next upstream release will fix this; since it's cosmetic I

Bug#499410: cannot properly read from stdin

2008-10-21 Thread Decklin Foster
tags 499410 +patch thanks Here is a patch to solve the issue. (I was a bit shocked to not be able to just run pastebinit and paste something in...) It makes pastebinit behave in a more standard manner: no filename is equivalent to -, not an error. I have had to adjust some of the messages (as

Bug#500703: urxvtcd: increments $SHLVL for daemon process

2008-09-30 Thread Decklin Foster
martin f krafft writes: Since /usr/bin/urxvtcd is a shell script, it will increase $SHLVL for urxvtd's environment Well, only if /bin/sh is bash. What is the problem caused by increasing $SHLVL? What is $SHLVL good for? (I don't use bash.) According to the documentation, it is incremented by

Bug#500703: urxvtcd: increments $SHLVL for daemon process

2008-09-30 Thread Decklin Foster
martin f krafft writes: Well, only if /bin/sh is bash. No, also with dash and zsh. And for the cases where $SHLVL is not set, my patch will just no-op. I tested dash here and it didn't (the man page also makes no mention of SHLVL either). Are you sure? As for zsh, I suppose I should have

Bug#500703: urxvtcd: increments $SHLVL for daemon process

2008-10-01 Thread Decklin Foster
martin f krafft writes: Anyway, I am not sure at this moment whether my patch is actually the right thing to do, so give me a few days to make sure it is actually doing the right thing. I am now starting to think that a terminal emulator should always start shells with SHLVL=0... I think

Bug#500703: urxvtcd: increments $SHLVL for daemon process

2008-10-02 Thread Decklin Foster
martin f krafft writes: Anyway, I am not sure at this moment whether my patch is actually the right thing to do, so give me a few days to make sure it is actually doing the right thing. I am now starting to think that a terminal emulator should always start shells with SHLVL=0... Well,

Bug#491367: Patch for the l10n upload of lastfmsubmitd

2008-10-05 Thread Decklin Foster
Thanks. I'll be uploading in a few hours (sorry, forgot you were in +0200 and might not see this until tomorrow.) Christian Perrier writes: diff -Nru lastfmsubmitd-0.37.old/debian/changelog lastfmsubmitd-0.37/debian/changelog --- lastfmsubmitd-0.37.old/debian/changelog 2008-09-28

Bug#432731: gmpc gives the same error (about new libmpd) after latest upgrade

2008-10-07 Thread Decklin Foster
Eran writes: Trying to run gmpc with a wrong libmpd version. This will be fixed (properly) with the next libmpd. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#358619: please prefetch the buffer for the next track

2008-09-19 Thread Decklin Foster
martin f krafft writes: I am sure it didn't at the time, so please close the bug with the appropriate version number; I don't use mpd anymore. Will do. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL

Bug#500049: ITP: ears -- collection of MPD/Last.fm clients

2008-09-24 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist * Package name: ears Version : 1.0.0 Upstream Author : Decklin Foster [EMAIL PROTECTED] * URL : http://www.red-bean.com/decklin/ears/ * License : MIT Description : Last.fm plugin for MPD and CD ripper Ears contains

Bug#493480: excessive dependencies in rxvt-unicode-lite

2008-09-25 Thread Decklin Foster
Hans Ekbrand writes: This seems like a mistake, since the description of the package has not changed, and explictly says that the lite version is built without freetype support. Someone requested Xft, I believe, but I have no idea why GTK is in there; that is definitely a mistake. (I don't

Bug#498911: fixed in mpd 0.13.2-2

2008-09-26 Thread Decklin Foster
Julien Cristau writes: Well that's not quite correct. If start-stop-daemon fails, the init script is supposed to fail if mpd isn't running after start, or it's still running after stop... Adding '|| true' to s-s-d invocations is wrong, IMHO. You're right. Since #478018 was fixed by fixing

Bug#495066: rxvt-unicode: embedding perl needs PERL_SYS_INIT3()

2008-09-09 Thread Decklin Foster
Niko Tyni writes: As described in the 'perlembed' document, programs embedding Perl must use the PERL_SYS_INIT3() and PERL_SYS_TERM() macros to provide system-specific tune up of the C runtime environment necessary to run Perl interpreters. I'd like to do this, but I'm currently getting:

Bug#460453: xbase-clients: xgc has gone missing

2008-01-12 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: xbase-clients Version: 1:7.3+10 Severity: normal This report is essentially the same as #445097. xgc used to be in xbase-clients; now, after the split, it is not in any package. I use it and would like it to be available. If any other clients in the X tree have suffered this same fate,

Bug#460453: xbase-clients: xgc has gone missing

2008-01-12 Thread Decklin Foster
Brice Goglin writes: Assuming that we find some time to re-package xgc, in which package would you like to see it? Since it seems to be a demo program, I guess x11-apps would be the best? x11-apps sounds appropriate to me. Thanks. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE,

Bug#460560: rxvt-unicode-ml: Invalid memory reference

2008-01-13 Thread Decklin Foster
merge 460560 460561 460563 thanks Yair Mahalalel writes: /usr/bin/urxvtcd -u8 -bg #00 -fg #eecc44 -fa bh-courier:size=12:bold This doesn't appear to be a valid set of options. Could you please describe exactly what you did? Under what other circumstances does it crash or not crash? (no

Bug#460560: rxvt-unicode-ml: Invalid memory reference

2008-01-13 Thread Decklin Foster
(Cc'ing bug...) Yair Mahalalel writes: It isn't a valid option set for urxvt, but for xterm. I just launched it like that to see what will happen. I am not even sure this is a bug, except for under DebReaper's broad definition of the term. :-) It would also be helpful if you could build

Bug#145798: netcat: openbsd's rewrite of netcat might help some ppl... or not

2008-01-15 Thread Decklin Foster
retitle 145798 ITP: netcat-openbsd -- TCP/IP swiss army knife reassign 145798 wnpp thanks Due to feature requests (UNIX domain sockets, SOCKS) that are difficult to implement in the current, aging netcat code base, I have decided to once again look into packaging OpenBSD's version. At the present

Bug#461335: hmm

2008-01-17 Thread Decklin Foster
Joey Hess writes: The system didn't have alsa-base installed either. When I installed that, apt configured mpd afterwards, and it configured ok then, with the USB sound device still not present. Can you run mpd --no-daemon --stdout without alsa-base installed? Detection should work this way

Bug#463739: vidir: fails if filesystem is full

2008-02-02 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: moreutils Version: 0.26 Severity: grave Tags: patch If TMPDIR lives on a filesystem that is full, vidir will be able to open a temp file, but not write to it. The user will then be presented with an empty file, and if they leave their editor, vidir will act as if all lines were deleted,

Bug#463901: mpd needs 'shout' audio output plugin compiled in package - Lenny

2008-02-03 Thread Decklin Foster
Brian Millan writes: Supported outputs: alsa ao oss pulse jack Hmm. Unfortunately, this is not surprising. See #453746; we don't build with libvorbis on arm, but rather libvorbisidec (Tremor, the integer decoder); e.g. the NSLU2 doesn't have a FPU so regular libvorbis is unacceptably slow.

Bug#452295: lastfmsubmitd: unable to submit songs due to a missing import in client.py

2008-01-03 Thread Decklin Foster
Sorry, it totally slipped my mind that I should have cut a release soon after fixing these. I will do so for tomorrow. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#460123: Cannot upgrade mpd - package tries to restart mpd but bombs out if mpd is not running

2008-01-10 Thread Decklin Foster
merge 460123 460016 thanks Nigel McNie writes: I am assuming that if the initscript was converted to use that, then me removing the /etc/rc*.d symlinks would mean that upgrading mpd wouldn't try and stop/start it. I would expect similar behaviour for START_MPD=false too. This appears to be

Bug#452295: lastfmsubmitd: unable to submit songs due to a missing import in client.py

2007-11-21 Thread Decklin Foster
Adeodato Simó writes: Thanks, and sorry I didn't find time to test lastfmsubmitd before it migrated to testing. I should have had something to test with that *doesn't* already use the marshaller... oops. What are you working on, anyway? (Feel free to reply off-bug.) -- things change. [EMAIL

Bug#439211: Updated patch

2007-11-21 Thread Decklin Foster
Adeodato Simó writes: Here's a patch that applies to lastfmsubmitd 0.36. Thanks for the reminder. I've implemented this in slightly different form, since at least lastmp needs it as well. Should be out shortly. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#452849: lastfmsubmitd: please package lastfm python bindings separately

2007-11-25 Thread Decklin Foster
Teemu Ikonen writes: Some player packages (like quodlibet-plugins) depend on lastfmsubmitd, but only use the included python bindings to directly submit to last.fm when online. Installation of lastfmsubmitd itself is not really needed in these cases, and the debconf questions about last.fm

Bug#453746: build with tremor support on arm

2007-11-30 Thread Decklin Foster
Joey Hess writes: The attached patch builds --with-tremor on all arm architectures. Many thanks. Uploading fix presently. (Actually, looking into a strange dpkg-shlibdeps warning first, but it'll be done later today.) I have tried looking at the select()/poll() bugs again, but even though your

Bug#454626: (no subject)

2007-12-11 Thread Decklin Foster
giggzounet writes: But it doesn't explain why when I do '/etc/init.d/mpd stop' there are 2 others mpd processes at each time. When MPD is actually running, this is normal. It seems that you actually have an ALSA problem here. I'm adding an additional note to the readme about standard practices

Bug#454626: (no subject)

2007-12-12 Thread Decklin Foster
Giggz wrote: Euh sorry I'm a newbie... How do I run mpd under strace ?... You will need to stop mpd normally and then run the mpd binary directly with --no-daemon. i.e.: sudo invoke-rc.d mpd stop sudo strace /usr/bin/mpd --no-daemon -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To

Bug#454626: [Fwd: Bug#454626: mpd: crash when I pause the song then I play it]

2007-12-12 Thread Decklin Foster
giggzounet writes: Sorry to email you directly... No problem. I am assuming that you experience the hang at the same time that this starts: select(0, NULL, NULL, NULL, {0, 1000}) = 0 (Timeout) select(0, NULL, NULL, NULL, {0, 1000}) = 0 (Timeout) select(0, NULL, NULL, NULL, {0, 1000}) = 0

Bug#447709: rxvt-unicode: the meaning of `-fg' and `-bg' options is inverted

2007-12-12 Thread Decklin Foster
Valery V. Vorotyntsev writes: `urxvt -fg gray90' makes _background_ gray, while `urxvt -bg gray90' changes font color (foreground). I cannot reproduce this. Are you sure you didn't turn on reverseVideo? `urxvt -rv -fg gray90' behaves as you describe. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] --

Bug#431497: rxvt-unicode: cutchars resource is not honored

2007-12-12 Thread Decklin Foster
Sebastien Delafond writes: I have the following in my ~/.Xdefaults: URxvt.cutchars: `'()*,;[]{|} URxvt.font: xft:Bitstream Vera Sans Mono:pixelsize=13 While the font resource is honored, the cutchars one is not: double-clicking on foobar only selects half of the string. The problem

Bug#415849: rxvt-unicode: url parsing of mark-urls appears to be suspect

2007-12-12 Thread Decklin Foster
Reuben Thomas writes: The problem I noticed is that in the following text: (http://foo.com/). this URL is highlighted: http://foo.com/) which is unlikely to be right, yet omits a potentially valid character, .. (I'm not sure whether parentheses, on the other hand, are legal.)

Bug#457658: rxvt-unicode 8.7-1 segfaults in ppc, merged to testing despites a previous bug report

2007-12-24 Thread Decklin Foster
Nicolas Trecourt writes: urxvt: ./../libev/ev.c:1094: void timers_reify(): Assertion `(inactive timer on timer heap detected, (0 + ((ev_watcher *)(void *)(w))-active))' failed. Aborted The problem was reported in sid, and the package was still merged. While I am sorry that my bumping the

Bug#457172: Patches for portability of netcat package

2008-01-22 Thread Decklin Foster
Loic Fosse writes: -#define HAVE_BIND/* ASSUMPTION -- seems to work everywhere! */ +//#define HAVE_BIND /* ASSUMPTION -- seems to work everywhere! */ I'm not going to include this one; I think -UHAVE_BIND would be more appropriate on systems where this would otherwise

Bug#457171: Netcat does not provide an esay way to chech its version

2008-01-22 Thread Decklin Foster
Loic Fosse writes: Version of Netcat can only be check with the -h option, which exits netcat with an error. It It is not very convenient for scripting. Attached to this email you will find a patch to fix this. I have chosen to reduce the impact of this patch by only correcting the exit

Bug#457174: Fix fd value check in netcat

2008-01-22 Thread Decklin Foster
Loic Fosse writes: @@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ #ifdef FD_SETSIZE/* should be in types.h, butcha never know. */ #undef FD_SETSIZE/* if we ever need more than 16 active */ #endif /* fd's, something is horribly wrong! */ -#define FD_SETSIZE 16

Bug#450676: netcat: Add examples to manpage [patch]

2008-01-22 Thread Decklin Foster
James R. Van Zandt writes: I suggest some examples be added, such as the following. This first one is already included in README, which is pointed to by the man page. I don't want to duplicate it. (The man page is pretty hairy as it is...) I've added the second one to README.Debian; hopefully

Bug#463117: mpc: please add a command to query the playlist as unique objects (like filenames)

2008-01-29 Thread Decklin Foster
Helmut Grohne wrote: mpc playlist outputs the playlist as: entrynumber) artist - title With a bad collection artist - title doesn't have to be a unique, so it is impossible to find out what some entries really are. It would be cool if there was some option to make mpc output the playlist as

Bug#393457: Reproduced in mpd 0.13.0-5

2008-01-30 Thread Decklin Foster
John Sullivan wrote: Symptoms are the same as reported earlier -- resuming with mpc play hangs, mpc doesn't give status and times out, but killall mpd and restarting with the init script starts the music again. Apologies this is a brief report, I'll try to provide more info if it would help.

Bug#291298: should rawdog depend on python-xml?

2005-02-18 Thread Decklin Foster
Could you follow up on this bug please? sgmllib is included with python, and xml.sax is imported within a try block. It still works with or without python2.3-xml for me. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble?

Bug#299828: ITP: python-mpdclient -- Python interface to MPD (Music Player Daemon)

2005-03-16 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Decklin Foster [EMAIL PROTECTED] * Package name: python-mpdclient Version : 0.10.0 Upstream Author : Nick Welch mack at incise dot org * URL : http://www.musicpd.org/py-libmpdclient.shtml * License : LGPL Description

Bug#299830: ITP: python-beautifulsoup -- error-tolerant HTML parser for Python

2005-03-16 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Decklin Foster [EMAIL PROTECTED] * Package name: python-beautifulsoup Version : 1.2+cvs20041017 Upstream Author : Leonard Richardson [EMAIL PROTECTED] * URL : http://www.crummy.com/software/BeautifulSoup/ * License

Bug#290640: attempts to rotate logs as `mpd' even when this user does not exist

2005-01-15 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: mpd Version: 0.11.5-2 Severity: normal When installing mpd I told debconf not to run it from an init script (see below). Accordingly, it didn't create a user to run system-wide mpd as. Now I'm getting this every day from cron. /etc/cron.daily/logrotate: error: mpd:8 unknown user

Bug#291298: should rawdog depend on python-xml?

2005-01-19 Thread Decklin Foster
Graham Wilson writes: I wasn't able to get rawdog to work without python-xml installed for the few feeds that I tried it with. Does it need python-xml for all feeds? Actually, feedparser does. Oversight on my part. I'll upload a fix right away. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To

Bug#291298: should rawdog depend on python-xml?

2005-01-19 Thread Decklin Foster
Graham Wilson writes: If so it should probably depend on it, and if not, it should probably recommend it at least. Wait, ignore what I said before. What is the actual error you're getting? -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of

Bug#434292: gmpc: assertion `column-tree_view == NULL' failed

2007-08-07 Thread Decklin Foster
severity 434292 important thanks Mykola Nikishov writes: Gmpc dies with failed assertion: Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_tree_view_append_column: assertion `column-tree_view == NULL' failed aborting... Could you provide the steps to reproduce this? -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To

Bug#432731: gmpc: Not linked against libmpd 0.14.0-2 but 0.13.0 witch is not installed.

2007-08-07 Thread Decklin Foster
Jimmy Olsson writes: Version: 0.14.0-5+b2 Followup-For: Bug #432731 Please use 0.15.1. I have freed this up to enter testing momentarily. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#439517: mpd should start earlier

2007-08-25 Thread Decklin Foster
reassign 439517 lastfmsubmitd thanks LastMP should start later, if this is actually a problem; 30 is really rather early already. Clearly mpd needs to start before lastmp and lastfmsubmitd I note that * MPD does not have to even be running on the same machine (this is the whole point)

Bug#411139: mpd: Please consider adopting my various improvements at debian.jones.dk

2007-03-26 Thread Decklin Foster
Jonas Smedegaard wrote: Please consider adopting some or all of my various improvements at my unofficial patched mpd package here: http://debian.jones.dk/auryn/pool-sid/mpd/ Hi, Thanks for this. I apologize for being MIA. I will review these, merge and upload sometime this week. --

Bug#392763: mpd: Another request for pulse audio support

2007-03-26 Thread Decklin Foster
Steve Greenland wrote: Just AOLing to indicate interest in having pulse support. This will be included as soon as I am ready to rebuild -- should just be a few days. My apologies for being MIA for so long. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bug#363472: rawdog: cannot use feeddefaults in config file

2007-03-27 Thread Decklin Foster
Thijs Kinkhorst writes: If I include the feeddefaults option in the config file, I get the following when running rawdog -u: In config: Bad line in config: feeddefaults I can confirm this, and it's especially annoying because this directive is in the example config file. Hi, and

Bug#396134: wtf

2007-03-27 Thread Decklin Foster
reopen 396134 severity 396134 wishlist thanks There is no ESD plugin. Please disregard the incorrect close message (I thought I had merely disabled it). I guess this bug can be left as a someone wants an ESD plugin to be written bug instead, although this probably isn't going to happen. --

Bug#407812: should check whether data is waiting instead of just reading

2007-03-27 Thread Decklin Foster
martin f krafft writes: retitle 407812 deadlock due to read() without select() Thanks, guys; my apologies for being MIA. I haven't gotten a handle on this yet, but I am able to reproduce it (consistently) without hitting any of the network code -- my library on this installation is mounted via

Bug#407812: should check whether data is waiting instead of just reading

2007-03-28 Thread Decklin Foster
Eric Wong writes: Warren made a patch that should fix the problem with HTTP below, OK, the inputStream_file.c does in fact fix the NFS case (at a very cursory test, anyway). For the HTTP case I will need to make a patch to pull in the changes to inputStream_httpRead in SVN before this one can

Bug#416552: mpd: fails to start with an user error

2007-03-28 Thread Decklin Foster
giggz writes: cannot setgid for user mpd at line 35: Operation not permitted This should be because of the --chuid mpd:audio in /etc/init.d/mpd line 46. Can you remove those arguments and confirm that it works? -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL

Bug#365632: netcat -c doesn't work for outbound connections

2007-03-29 Thread Decklin Foster
Piotr Engelking writes: Package: netcat Version: 1.10-32 Severity: normal For outbound connections, netcat -c is treated as netcat -e. Hi; my apologies for being MIA for a long time. I haved fixed this by removing the extra code from the original -c patch, and reducing the changes to

Bug#407812: should check whether data is waiting instead of just reading

2007-03-29 Thread Decklin Foster
FYI: 0.12.2-2 has some older HTTP fixes from SVN merged, but I have not included the peek code because I can't fix the following issues: - Ogg over HTTP sometimes deadlocks again - All MP3s are reported with a length of 0 when playing; changing this breaks MP3s over HTTP in some way I don't

Bug#412209: German debconf translation lost again?

2007-04-01 Thread Decklin Foster
Helge Kreutzmann writes: Somehow 0.35-1 only contains the Czech and the French translation, no German translation in sight. If there are issues with the German debconf translation please let me know so we can resolve them. Hmm-- it looks like another build problem. I am going to figure out

Bug#311343: poor sound quality when using a fixed sample rate

2007-06-13 Thread Decklin Foster
Guus Sliepen wrote: Upstream has included our patch to support libsamplerate. However, mpd does not Build-Depend on libsamplerate0-dev. Thanks for the update. This will be made explicit in whatever is the next upload. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL

Bug#387038: Infinite recursion bug

2007-05-21 Thread Decklin Foster
David wrote: Package: python-beautifulsoup Version: 3.0.1-2 Severity: normal If you load this webpage into a BeautifulSoup object: http://www.fallencomic.com/fal-page.htm I apologize for not being able to save a copy of this before, but this page has changed and, at least for me, is not

Bug#6439: Bug#6772: These bugs should be closed.

2007-04-11 Thread Decklin Foster
Nathanael Nerode writes: I am closing them now. Maintainer, if you really really want to have three of the oldest ten bugs in Debian, you can reopen them, but I wouldn't if I were you. No, I have no desire to leave these open. I just didn't want to upset anyone who felt it was more

Bug#418954: rxvt-unicode: mouse selection in vim is not visibe when dragging

2007-04-12 Thread Decklin Foster
Leo Moisio writes: On a fresh installation of debian etch, when using vim 7.0-122+1etch2 with set mouse=a and otherwise default settings on rxvt-unicode with default settings, dragging the mouse while holding left mouse button should select an area visually, and hilight the selected area on

Bug#325504: better patch

2005-08-29 Thread Decklin Foster
Here is a revised version of the patch which replaces the bash substitution with a POSIX substitution that will work in both bash and dash. --- glibc.sh.orig 2005-08-29 13:29:42.0 -0400 +++ glibc.sh2005-08-29 13:33:19.0 -0400 @@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ # Note that parisc64

Bug#315488: more info

2005-09-14 Thread Decklin Foster
I ran into this as well. I do not know the correct fix, or if this is really even a bug in beep (could be glib), but removing the G_INLINE_FUNC macro from both function definitions fixes it. -- things change. [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of

Bug#202475: Replace old netcat with GNU netcat?

2005-09-16 Thread Decklin Foster
retitle 202475 RFP: gnu-netcat -- reimplementation of netcat reassign 202475 wnpp thanks Florian Ernst writes: As further eleven months have passed since then, may I ask what your current plans regarding netcat.sf.net are? I apologize for letting this sit, but I have not had time or interest

Bug#322446: rawdog should suggest python2.3-xml or another parser

2005-08-10 Thread Decklin Foster
Michael Scherer writes: Installing rawdog on a system without any python xml packages result in a error : [EMAIL PROTECTED] misc] $ rawdog -u Feed:http://del.icio.us/rss/misc Error parsing feed. The debugger show the error comes from feedparser.py, when parsing the xml feed.

Bug#322583: uninstallable due to C++ transition

2005-08-11 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: xmms-scrobbler Version: 0.3.8.1-3 Severity: normal xmms-scrobbler needs to be recompiled against libmusicbrainz4c2. Currently, attempting to install it yields: The following packages have unmet dependencies: xmms-scrobbler: Depends: libmusicbrainz4 (= 2.1.1) but it is not installable

Bug#323157: FTBFS: needs build-dep on libselinux-dev

2005-08-15 Thread Decklin Foster
dann frazier writes: gcc -o 9wm -g -O2 -fno-strict-aliasing -L/usr/X11R6/lib main.o event.o manage.o menu.o client.o grab.o cursor.o error.o -lXext -lX11 -lselinux /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lselinux This was due to to an imake bug, actually. Should be fixed in X.org -5 (I'll let

Bug#317583: whois fails on Dotster-registered domains when WHOIS_HIDE set

2005-07-09 Thread Decklin Foster
Package: whois Version: 4.7.5 Severity: normal In my environment, I have WHOIS_HIDE set to 1 to reduce annoying legal messages from whois. Today I noticed that this causes whois lookups to fail when requesting information from the Dotster (dotster.com) whois servers. I can only assume that

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