Re: [Epiphany] Epiphany RPM packages for RH9
- From: Marco Pesenti Gritti <mpeseng tin it>
- To: Dag Wieers <dag wieers com>
- Cc: epiphany mozdev org
- Subject: Re: [Epiphany] Epiphany RPM packages for RH9
- Date: 13 May 2003 10:21:31 +0200
On Tue, 2003-05-13 at 07:14, Dag Wieers wrote:
> Hi Marco,
> I'm building epiphany RPM packages for RH9, you can find these at:
> Or use apt as described on:
> Or you could include the SPEC file to your tarball so that people can
> build epiphany on their own machine by doing:
> rpmbuild -ta <tarball>
Cool, I'll add these to the web page.
> Now I have some questions about the build-process.
> + The configure-option --enable-nautilus-view still seems to compile the
> Nautilus stuff. (ie. the same files are in the package) Can you tell me
> which files should really go into a seperate package for nautilus ?
> ... ?
You cant have separate packages right now, because the view is compiled
in the same binary.
> + The configure option --disable-schemas-install doesn't seem to do
> anything. Some projects have a seperate GCONF_DISABLE_MAKEFILE_SCHEMA_INSTALL
> to disable the installation of gconf schemas during the build-process.
> Can you please add at least one of both methods ? Since I'm building
> packages on a seperate sandboxed system. I can't allow write-access to
> any files outside the builddir and buildroot.
> My current workaround is to use 'make DESTDIR="/" install' as this
> seems to disable the process, but I think it's a bad solution.
Hem, this should just work, because we use a macro from gconf. Please
post a bug about it.
> + The build-process also seems to add files to /var/scrollkeeper,
> something the sandbox also tries to prevent (but the buildprocess fails
> because of that).
This is something that also other GNOME apps does I think. Maybe it's
worth to check how they solve the prob ?
> And then some feature-requests as a former galeon-user.
> + I'd like to have my back/up/forward buttons to behave as Galeon. (No
> arrow and right-click gives me drop-down)
I think the drop down is more clear and consistent with nautilus.
> + I'd like to be able to get rid of the text on those buttons. (It
> consumes too much space IMO)
Well you can set gnome style to icons only. Text beside icon doesnt
allow to give some icons priority and have only the text of these
> + Can we have a 'clean' button that erases the Location-bar ? I don't
> understand why they removed it from Galeon2 either ;-(
Uhm ctrl+l works well ;) I'm not opposed to have on in toolbar editor
though. Do others think it would be worth ?
> + Can I shrink the input-fields of smart bookmarks ? I'd like to have
> more than 4 on a 1024 wide screen.
We need to shrink it a bit by default I think, there is a bug open
> + I love the bookmarks implementation. But it would be nice to make some
> changes for handling these bookmarks. I'd like to clean up my
> bookmarks but opening the properties of each individual link is
> time-consuming. Some of the information (for smart bookmarks eg) is not
> accessible ;(
You can edit the titles inline, F2 and add topics with dnd.
We thought editing url was a low priority task, so it's available only
> + Easy access to the proxy-configuration is a must. Especially if you
> have a laptop and move around alot. (Like galeon used to have)
You could just put the proxy configuration on your panel ?;)
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