Package Details: gnome-shell-extension-dash-to-dock-git 67-1

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Package Base: gnome-shell-extension-dash-to-dock-git
Description: move the dash out of the overview transforming it in a dock
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Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: gnome-shell-extension-dash-to-dock
Provides: gnome-shell-extension-dash-to-dock=67
Submitter: haaja
Maintainer: XZS
Last Packager: XZS
Votes: 65
Popularity: 0.075765
First Submitted: 2013-12-30 12:25
Last Updated: 2019-11-14 00:27

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vinadoros commented on 2016-03-21 19:20

I am getting a "grep: unescaped ^ or $ not supported with -Pz" (this is just a warning, but it means that the grep statement actually isn't doing anything on line 82 if the PKGBUILD. The grep statement looks very intense, I couldn't even begin to figure out what it really should be...

More importantly though, the pkgbuild errors out at line 85, "compatibles: bad array subscript". It looks like compatibles[-1] is out of bounds, and I tried checking compatibles[1], but that is actually empty (because of the grep warning above, which couldn't properly set the compatibles variable).

I guess this whole section of the pkgbuild is trying to compare the version of gnome-shell in git, with the gnome-shell you have, and if yours is less than in git, make the package depend on the new one. As a temporary workaround, I just edited the PKGBUILD to remove this logic, but I don't know if anyone else is getting this error or if its just me.

XZS commented on 2016-01-08 20:52

The extension maintainer modified the image not to trigger the bug to begin with. So this package should now be able to function without any hassle again.

bosyi commented on 2015-12-09 00:02

x86_64. changing imagemagik provider to graphicsmagick-imagemagick-compat solve the issue.
but now for some reason, if install with makepkg it fails on -> Installing translations...
/home/.../PKGBUILD: line 70: cd: locale: no such file or directory..

if using yaourt - all ok. strange..

XZS commented on 2015-12-08 23:22

This is exactly the error I experience when trying to open logo.svg with eog. But convert does not abort on my machine, despite strace clearly shows it interested in librsvg.

Which architecture are you working on? Could you try replacing imagemagick with graphicsmagick-imagemagick-compat <> and then attempt to build again?

bosyi commented on 2015-12-08 22:52

i already installed imagemagik because i read your posts on github repo.
if downgrade to librsvg mistake disappears. maybe imagemagik somehow uses librsvg to convert svg to png?
this is mistake that i have:
convert: cairo-surface.c:928: cairo_surface_reference: Assertion `(_cairo_atomic_int_get (&(&surface->ref_count)->ref_count) > 0)' failed.
/home/.../PKGBUILD: line 31: 16569 Aborted (core dumped) convert media/logo.{svg,png}

XZS commented on 2015-12-08 19:14

On my machine, it works even with librsvg=1:2.40.12. But the convert program comes from from the imagemagick package, which I forgot to add as a make dependency until your notice. If it was missing on your system, please retry.

bosyi commented on 2015-12-08 18:01

for me 'convert' fails with librsvg-1:2.40.12. so downgrade at first, than install.

XZS commented on 2015-12-06 20:16

I crudely convert the SVG with a PNG before building to restore functionality for the time being. Meanwhile, I will watch the bug reports in the upstream project <> and Arch Linux itself <> reverting when everything works as expected again.

Thanks for the notice.

chetgurevitch commented on 2015-12-05 19:23

If you're experiencing a crash when trying to open the settings window this should help:

I went to the projects bug tracker to see if someone had reported it and whether or not there was a fix, there is, credit goes to Brainwall.

Basically logo.svg is causing crashes, and not just in the dash to dock panel, when you try to delete it or open it or even just open the directory it's in with nautilus it crashes, so to remove it open your terminal and use the following commands:

"cd /usr/share/gnome-shell/extensions/"
"sudo rm logo.svg"

After that you should be able to open the settings menu as well as the above directory in your preferred file manager without a crash.

BaNkS commented on 2015-01-18 21:51

Thanks. Will do. :)