Package Details: kochmorse 3.4.0-1

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Package Base: kochmorse
Description: A easy to use Morse Code (Ham Radio) trainer using the Koch-method.
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Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: kochmorse-git, kochmorse-py
Provides: kochmorse
Submitter: joni
Maintainer: not_anonymous
Last Packager: not_anonymous
Votes: 14
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2009-02-17 19:24
Last Updated: 2019-06-17 12:48

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yjun commented on 2019-09-11 06:20

Please install kochmorse.svg into /usr/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/ ,not /usr/share/icons/.Otherwise,The icon can't show correctly on Kde ApplicationMenu.

not_anonymous commented on 2017-01-22 17:29

This is the lastest package (C+) and the python package is now kochmorse-py.

not_anonymous commented on 2015-07-29 14:54

This pkgbuild was originally for the python version. I will be deciding how to handle the newer C+ version (and perhaps this python version) soon. Thanks for the feedback.

beedaddy commented on 2015-07-15 09:09

@not_anonymous: Thanks for this package, but I think you will - despite of the git package - update this to (current) 3.2.2? Before I realized the git, I made a PKGBUILD for 3.2.2. Of course I could share it, if you want.

AIM54Phoenix commented on 2015-02-03 08:44

Thank you. I will have a look.

not_anonymous commented on 2015-01-31 12:16

....And for the new/current version look for "kochmorse-git" here in the aur.

not_anonymous commented on 2015-01-28 17:52

I made some (necessary) changes, and this "old" version *now* works f.b. !!

I *will* begin work on a new version very soon.

not_anonymous commented on 2015-01-28 17:50

I made some necessary changes, and this "old" version still works !!

I *will* begin work on a new version very soon.

warddr commented on 2015-01-28 16:39

I disowend the package for now, I don't have any experience with C packages in packagebuild, and don't have time to figure out how they work right now.

not_anonymous commented on 2015-01-28 16:32

Acrtually, that is true, BUT (!!) the author *ALSO*, at the same time, put out a new python version: 2.0.0 . (He claims this will be the last python version.)