Package Details: redshift-minimal 1.12-3

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Package Base: redshift-minimal
Description: Adjusts the color temperature of your screen according to your surroundings, with minimal dependencies.
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Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: redshift
Provides: redshift
Submitter: hcartiaux
Maintainer: hcartiaux
Last Packager: hcartiaux
Votes: 47
Popularity: 0.67
First Submitted: 2011-08-19 00:47
Last Updated: 2020-07-08 19:37

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mvdan commented on 2015-01-06 18:09

I had to install intltool to get the build working.

Brottweiler commented on 2015-01-06 14:26

New version

WonderWoofy commented on 2014-04-26 15:00

Bump the version in the PKGBUILD and update checksums. Just tested and works fine.

hcartiaux commented on 2014-04-13 15:00

Thanks schalox, I've updated the PKGBUILD

schalox commented on 2014-04-12 23:38

Here's a patch for 1.9:
- Switch to python3
- Removed deprecated --disable-gnome-clock
- Added --disable-drm to disable libdrm dependency
- This version adds systemd .service-files for redshift and redshift-gtk.
The last line of package() removes redshift-gtk's service file.

hcartiaux commented on 2013-12-02 13:03

Thank you Raziel23, I update this package now :)

Raziel23 commented on 2013-11-27 13:44

Here is the working PKGBUILD for redshift-minimal version 1.8:
I have added --disable-ubuntu option which won't include useless icons to the package.

hcartiaux commented on 2013-06-09 14:16


jzuxrdoBUdGS commented on 2013-06-08 08:58

The program will crash if it was compiled with geoclue installed and then geoclue was removed. It should be reflected in the PKGBUILD, either by adding geoclue as a dependency, or by appending --disable-geoclue to ./configure line (making the package really minimal).

hcartiaux commented on 2012-10-26 11:18

geoclue seems to be an optional dependency[1], it's not in the official redshift package[2] and I try to keep this PKGBUILD in sync with it.
I'm interested if you can test or share additional information