Package Details: gog-owlboy 1:1.3.6564.30139-2

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Package Base: gog-owlboy
Description: Owlboy is a 'hi-bit' adventure game, where you can fly and explore a brand new world in the clouds!
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Keywords: gog owlboy
Licenses: custom
Submitter: 0x647262
Maintainer: 0x647262
Last Packager: 0x647262
Votes: 3
Popularity: 0.000147
First Submitted: 2017-01-27 20:03
Last Updated: 2018-04-14 20:03

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0x647262 commented on 2017-01-31 01:38

I'm not entirely sure... Ideally gog-$gamename would become universal, but that's a pipe dream. :(

Until there is a sane universal naming scheme for GOG games, the Firejail profile will just have to reside in this repository.

I am reluctant to add the profile just yet, as controller support is broken. However, if you use mouse and keyboard it works just fine!

ainola commented on 2017-01-30 15:49

gog-"game-name" is an arch-specific naming scheme, as is "game-name"-hib. What about distros that use different naming schemes?

0x647262 commented on 2017-01-29 17:06

ainola: I will be submitting a profile to upstream Firejail for this package. I may leave an "example" profile in /usr/share so that the user can copy it to /etc/ or $XDG_CONFIG_HOME of their own volition.


Runiq: If I'm not mistaken... Adding a "groups=('games' 'gog')" array will place this package into the games / gog groups correct?

ainola commented on 2017-01-29 02:35

Thanks for the package! I just finished my own before noticing you did this. :P

You definitely did a better job with the logic for detecting Firejail. I'll have to abscond with your version on my packages. :)

Would you consider adding a Firejail profile so that no configuration would be necessary? Would there be any issue with this type of inclusion?

Runiq commented on 2017-01-28 16:07

Thanks for the package! :)

There's a little typo left over from the gog-undertale package: The path still mentions undertale instead of owlboy.

Edit: Would you consider adding the package to the gog and/or games groups?