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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #210 on: 28. March 2013, 10:47:42 »
Pamac 0.5 is out in unstable repos.
It comes with many new features :D :
- all panels are resizeable
- packages list is now better displayed with icons
- packages can now be sorted by groups, repos, or state (installed, uninstalled, orphans)
- a size column has been added in packages view
- the download size is now displayed in transaction summary and updater window

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #211 on: 28. March 2013, 17:36:33 »
In testing and unstable:

Pamac 0.5.1 is out !
New features:
- all panels are resizeable.
- a size column has been added (corresponding to installed size in all cases).
- the real download size is display now in ConfDialog and in updater window.
- interactive search on name is available in package list panel (choose a long list like "Installed", click on any package, then type "pacman" on your keyboard).

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #212 on: 28. March 2013, 17:37:00 »
In testing and unstable:

pamac 0.5.2 is out !
- It comes with tabs in package infos and for installed files.

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #213 on: 28. March 2013, 17:58:12 »
@philm, pamac 0.5.2 link?
« Last Edit: 28. March 2013, 18:00:32 by cumali »

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #214 on: 28. March 2013, 18:37:01 »
Hi,

Pamac 0.5.1 is very nice, but it freezes a bit, sometimes forced to kill it & pamac tray too (& can't doing anything with from systray, no permissions)

A +
« Last Edit: 28. March 2013, 18:39:25 by fassil »
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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #215 on: 28. March 2013, 18:44:13 »
@fassil: if you reproduce the freeze, run "pamac-manager" in a terminal then give output.
@cumali: http://repo.manjaro.org.uk/addon-unstable/i686/pamac-0.5.2-1-any.pkg.tar.xz

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #216 on: 28. March 2013, 18:59:54 »
Thanks @guinux.

pamac 0.5.2.1 screenshots.














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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #217 on: 30. March 2013, 00:00:23 »
didnt notice :) looking bit more Adult :)

i hope also an icon comes you can open an menu tab an enable some settings, you can choose how pacman can handle and rankmirrors ..:)

Dutch go the dutch site :)

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #218 on: 01. April 2013, 21:03:24 »
As I wrote in this topic: http://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=3049.msg27310#msg27310 (sorry for doubling posts)

Is there something wrong with Pamac or something with me.
When I  uniinstalled  "hplip" Pamac uninstalled cups with this! Why Pamac is uniinstalling depedencys??

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #219 on: 02. April 2013, 10:46:10 »
Yes pamac behaves like "pacman -Rcs", it can cause troubles for some needed packages which are marked as installed as a dependency.
I will have a look, regarding the fact that last pamac have the features to list orphans, I can easily set pamac to not remove dependencies.
What's your opinion ?

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #220 on: 02. April 2013, 10:55:40 »
 Small suggestion for pamac-manager. It will be nice if allservers.sh could be integrated to the interface of the progam. By default script wasn`t there so i searched wiki. Now i use a bash alias to use the script. IMO it will be better to have all features like mirrorranking and aur updates in to pamac-manager.

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #221 on: 02. April 2013, 11:23:31 »
Yes pamac behaves like "pacman -Rcs", it can cause troubles for some needed packages which are marked as installed as a dependency.
I will have a look, regarding the fact that last pamac have the features to list orphans, I can easily set pamac to not remove dependencies.
What's your opinion ?
A poll was already created for this: http://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=2383.msg19411#msg19411
« Last Edit: 02. April 2013, 11:25:46 by tun in a cellar »
Why doing it yourself when manjaro-system can do it for you?

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #222 on: 02. April 2013, 13:18:34 »
No the discussion is here between "-Rc" and "-Rcs"  :o

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #223 on: 02. April 2013, 13:42:42 »
my bad...
What about adding options in pamac?

FYI, I posted something in the Support for Unstable subforum
« Last Edit: 02. April 2013, 13:46:07 by tun in a cellar »
Why doing it yourself when manjaro-system can do it for you?

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Re: pamac - simple pacman gui for Manjaro Linux
« Reply #224 on: 02. April 2013, 22:57:45 »
IMHO better is option:
>> all depencies which was installed by the package being removed are removed if they are not used anymore (option -s)<<

Possibly - give the user the choice (for example choice-box in program).
   


On this moment I am forced to uniinstall some package and their depedency, and again install only depedency (which is depedency for other package). Previously, I only uniinstalled what  I wanted it to be uniinstall, and other packages were not touched.


In package-menager from manjaro 0.83 everything worked just as it should;)

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What about adding options in pamac?
For me - good.