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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #240 on: 06. August 2014, 11:43:06 »
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yaourt -Si lazpaint-qt4
Dépôt               : aur
Nom                 : lazpaint-qt4
Version             : 5.9b-2
URL                 : http://sourceforge.net/projects/lazpaint/
AUR URL             : https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/lazpaint-qt4
Licences            : GPL3 LGPL
Votes               : 1
Périmé              : Non
Groupes             : None
Fournit             : None
Dépend de           : qt4pas
Dépendances opt.    : None
Est en conflit avec : -gtk2
Remplace            : None
Mainteneur          : dobo
Architecture        : i686 x86_64
Dernière soumission : ven. 23 mai 2014 00:17:38 CEST
Description         : Image editor, like PaintBrush or Paint.Net,
                      written in Lazarus (Free Pascal).
Taille installé                                 10422.00 KiB
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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #241 on: 06. August 2014, 11:50:12 »
:)

Hmm that can make it interesting.

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #242 on: 06. August 2014, 12:00:56 »
 :D A "little" problem for lazpaint-qt4 :



...larger than Gimp, and 1 GB installed !  :o
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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #243 on: 06. August 2014, 12:07:02 »
:D A "little" problem for lazpaint-qt4 :



...larger than Gimp, and 1 GB installed !  :o

Oops... ;D

"lazarus" and "p7zip" are not needed after compile.
I think that "fpc-src" is the monster here I don't know why It needs the sources of "fpc", im gonna try without it

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #244 on: 06. August 2014, 12:10:47 »
I don't understand something :

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==> Installer lazpaint-qt4 ? [O/n]
==> [A]fficher le contenu du paquet [V]érifier avec namcap
==> ------------------------------------------------------
==>

chargement des paquets…
résolution des dépendances...
recherche des conflits entre paquets...

Paquets (1): lazpaint-qt4-5.9b-2

Taille totale installé :  8,17 MiB

I compiled on my Xfce, because I couln't do that on my lxqt (384MB of RAM).
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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #245 on: 06. August 2014, 12:14:32 »
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==> Paquets qui ne sont requis par aucun paquet installé:
    lazarus p7zip-libre

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yaourt -Qdt
community/lazarus 1.2.4-1
libre/p7zip-libre 9.20.1-9.4
==> Voulez-vous désinstaller ces paquets (avec options -Rcs) ?  [o/N]
==> -----------------------------------------------------------------
==>
vérification des dépendances...

Paquets (4): fpc-2.6.4-1  fpc-src-2.6.4-1  lazarus-1.2.4-1
             p7zip-libre-9.20.1-9.4

Taille totale supprimé :  980,22 MiB

 :o

So it just needs "qt4-pas"
the other ones are just for compilation
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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #246 on: 06. August 2014, 12:18:42 »
NIce tool :

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #247 on: 06. August 2014, 12:22:31 »
I really don't understand, not awake or what ?

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[pat@x32 yaourt-tmp-pat]$ ls -l lazpaint-qt4-5.9b-2-i686.pkg.tar.xz
-rw-r--r-- 1 pat users 2205004 06.08.2014 12:20 lazpaint-qt4-5.9b-2-i686.pkg.tar.xz

maybe I will include that in my ISO, to see.

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #248 on: 06. August 2014, 12:47:27 »
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[pat@x32 lxqt]$ ls -l *.iso
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 668991488 05.08.2014 19:39 manjaro-lxqt-0.8.11-i686.iso

With lazpaint :


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[pat@x32 lxqt]$ ls -l *.iso
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 671088640 06.08.2014 12:44 manjaro-lxqt-0.8.11-i686.iso
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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #249 on: 06. August 2014, 13:10:14 »
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[pat@x32 lxqt]$ ls -l *.iso
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 668991488 05.08.2014 19:39 manjaro-lxqt-0.8.11-i686.iso

With lazpaint :


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[pat@x32 lxqt]$ ls -l *.iso
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 671088640 06.08.2014 12:44 manjaro-lxqt-0.8.11-i686.iso

It's  good , no ? just 2 MB

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #250 on: 06. August 2014, 13:18:54 »
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qscite
A code editor written in C++ and Qt4; A clone of SciTE


URL: http://qscite.googlecode.com/
AUR URL             : https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/qscite
Version: 0.5_svn211-2
Licences: GPL
Dépend de: qt4
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Taille installé: 2715.00 KiB
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For whom is lookin' for an alternative to "juffed", in my desktop is faster.
But, it lacks 2 important features fore me:
- Restore open documents
- re-use the same instance when launchin' various files from file-manager

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #251 on: 06. August 2014, 13:20:10 »
Greater than I thought, but for the moment I will leave that so.

I am very stingy with MB...  ;D
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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #252 on: 06. August 2014, 13:22:17 »
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qscite
A code editor written in C++ and Qt4; A clone of SciTE


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For whom is lookin' for an alternative to "juffed", in my desktop is faster.
But, it lacks 2 important features fore me:
- Restore open documents
- re-use the same instance when launchin' various files from file-manager

Juffed is slow, yes, but... I tried mdiedit, but a bit too simple.
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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #253 on: 06. August 2014, 16:36:48 »
Greater than I thought, but for the moment I will leave that so.

I am very stingy with MB...  ;D
Juffed is slow, yes, but... I tried mdiedit, but a bit too simple.
I think, in this case maybe you can replace "juffed" wich depends in "qscintilla"
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yaourt -Si juffed
Dépend de             : qscintilla
Taille à télécharger  : 670,64 KiB
Taille installé       : 2429,00 KiB
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yaourt -Si qscintilla
Taille à télécharger  : 1034,89 KiB
Taille installé       : 5363,00 KiB

and for qscite:
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qscite-0.5_svn211-2

Taille totale installé :     2,65 MiB

For me "mdiedit" is, for the moment, too feature-less, but why not if you want a leafpad-like. Juffed & qscite are more geany-like

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #254 on: 08. August 2014, 20:17:07 »
Phototonic can be used for setting wallpaper as well. From the dev:

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That's acutally possible starting from 1.03. Two ways:
a) manually edit ${HOME}/.config/phototonic_XXX.conf ; adding something like

[ExternalApps] # if it does not exist, else just add a new entry below this
gimp=/usr/bin/gimp --some-fancy-argument

b) from UI, though not acutally intuitive ; switch to editable locationbar and go to the directory the application resides (usually /usr/bin/) and then simply enter the command, eg: "dolphin --some-fancy-argument" (for me it pops-up the GNOME FileChooser, so it may look different for you, though it's basically the same)