residualvm-git: import residualvm-0.4.0 (git) as wip/residualvm-git
Residual is a ScummVM sub-project to play LucasArts' LUA-based 3D
adventures, such as Grim Fandango. Residual is an OpenGL program,
and requires a 3D card with working OpenGL support for optimum
A software renderer is also included for machines without hardware
This package is built from the latest git snapshots.
qemu-nvmm: update to 4.1.0
based on emulators/qemu's update.
- Moved new files from patch-nvmm-support to files/, I had
trouble maintaining new files created from patch in the past.
- Changed PKGNAME to be distinct from emulators/qemu
- Describe difference from emulators/qemu in DESCR
wip/R-easySVG: import R-easySVG-0.1.0
This SVG elements generator can easily generate SVG elements such
as rect, line, circle, ellipse, polygon, polyline, text and group.
Also, it can combine and output SVG elements into a SVG file.
Update go113 to 1.13.3.
go1.13.2 (released 2019/10/17) includes security fixes to the crypto/dsa package
and the compiler. See the Go 1.13.2 milestone on our issue tracker for details.
go1.13.3 (released 2019/10/17) includes fixes to the go command, the toolchain,
the runtime, syscall, net, net/http, and crypto/ecdsa packages. See the
Go 1.13.3 milestone on our issue tracker for details.
Update Spotifyd to 0.2.19
Only "breaking" change here, which must be an upstream thing, is that it
no longer picks up the pulseaudio backend automatically. You need to
specify that when launching, e.g:
spotifyd --verbose --no-daemon -b pulseaudio
spotifyd -b pulseaudio
or specify `backend = pulseaudio` in `/etc/spotifyd.conf`
- Note that it reports its version internally as 0.2.18 though, i.e. via
- A number of vendor patch files no longer required as dependencies
themselves are no longer required
- Adds a new "special" DISTFILE in the Makefile, structopt (new upstream
dependency) that is otherwise only referenced via github and a commit
- No longer need the mime-guess version workaround thing as version has
Qsynth is a fluidsynth GUI front-end application written in C++ around the
Qt framework using Qt Designer. Eventually it may evolve into a softsynth
management application allowing the user to control and manage a variety of
command line softsynth but for the moment it wraps the excellent FluidSynth.
FluidSynth is a command line software synthesiser based on the Soundfont
json2tsv: Import json2tsv-0.1 as wip/json2tsv
json2tsv reads JSON data from stdin. It outputs each JSON type to a
TAB-Separated Value format per line. The -n flag can be used to show
the indices for array types (by default off).