Package Details: fusion-icon 1:0.2.4-1

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Package Base: fusion-icon
Description: Simple tray icon for Compiz 0.8
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Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: fusion-icon0.9
Submitter: Barthalion
Maintainer: ShadowKyogre
Last Packager: ShadowKyogre
Votes: 51
Popularity: 0.001121
First Submitted: 2013-07-11 10:41
Last Updated: 2019-01-13 16:18

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aquilarubra commented on 2019-12-20 07:21

For those having issues launching fusion-icon because of a wrong library, libcompizconfig must be recompiled and everything will work.

ShadowKyogre commented on 2019-08-22 18:48

Hey everyone.

Requesting for comaintainers on this package since there's been several circumstances that happened that make it hard to maintain all the packages I normally attend to.


for more information.

If you're interested in co-maintaining, don't forget to leave a comment (or email me, or toot me on Mastodon).

raulicci commented on 2017-07-09 01:34

I have the follow error:
fusion-icon -i qt
* Detected Session: xfce
* Searching for installed applications...
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/fusion-icon", line 59, in <module>
from FusionIcon.interface import choose_interface
File "/usr/lib/python3.6/site-packages/FusionIcon/", line 22, in <module>
from FusionIcon.util import env
File "/usr/lib/python3.6/site-packages/FusionIcon/", line 428, in <module>
decorators = CompizDecorators(_installed)
File "/usr/lib/python3.6/site-packages/FusionIcon/", line 247, in __init__
self.default = self.keys()[0]
TypeError: 'dict_keys' object does not support indexing

microdou commented on 2017-04-26 15:08

@spsf64 @ShadowKyogre
The following script does the trick for me. If compiz 0.9 is installed, it uses "python2" for build() and package(). Otherwise, use "python" instead.
I'm not familiar with all functions of PKGBUILD, so there can be better way to do it.
build() {
COMPIZ_INFO=$(pacman -Q compiz)
if [ "$COMPIZ_NAME_VERSION" == "compiz 0.9" ]; then

cd "${srcdir}/${pkgname}-${pkgver}"
$PYTHON build

package() {
COMPIZ_INFO=$(pacman -Q compiz)
if [ "$COMPIZ_NAME_VERSION" == "compiz 0.9" ]; then

cd "${srcdir}/${pkgname}-${pkgver}"
$PYTHON install --root="$pkgdir" --optimize=1

spsf64 commented on 2017-04-25 17:42

@ShadowKyogre: working fine with 0.9 changing PKGBUILD as per instructions!
Is there any possibility to PKGBUILD check what version of compiz is installed and build automatically for 0.8 or 0.9?

ShadowKyogre commented on 2017-04-25 16:52

@imran27: I left some comments on the PKGBUILD mentioning what to do in the case of Compiz 0.9.x.

imran27 commented on 2017-04-25 06:31

Problem still persists.

Using python2 build instead python solves the problem

ShadowKyogre commented on 2017-04-24 21:59

@microdou, imran27: I've updated the PKGBUILD to call the file directly. It works for both Compiz 0.9.x and Compiz 0.8.x since all the Makefile is doing is calling the file.

I'll do this for the -git PKGBUILD too.

microdou commented on 2017-04-24 21:18

@ShadowKyogre: I got the same problem as @imran27 with Compiz 0.9 and Fusion-icon 0.2.3.

Following modification to PKGBUILD solved my problem. (I don't know if it will work with Compiz 0.8)
Change the prepare() and package() portions to:

build() {
cd "${srcdir}/${pkgname}-${pkgver}"
python2 build

package() {
cd "${srcdir}/${pkgname}-${pkgver}"
python2 install --root="$pkgdir" --optimize=1

ShadowKyogre commented on 2017-04-24 16:59

@imran27: Had a look at the Compiz 0.9 packages in the AUR. It looks like that they use python2, while the Compiz 0.8 packages use python3 primarily.

How would you suggest fixing this?