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- Feb 3 2013, 4:33 PM (328 w, 1 d)
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Sep 21 2017
@DaveMDS I feel this problem isn't going to go away, so we should find a solution. We can divide the elm modules again and import their contents at efl.elementary, but I'm not sure if we can keep things backwards compatible this way.
Jul 18 2017
To disable docstrings, you can patch line 260 of setup.py:
Can't think of any other build options that could be disabled other than that one.
It's that, or we make releases with docstrings disabled, which should help with this issue.
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Jul 10 2017
I suggest you also write a test case for this.
Jul 9 2017
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Aug 25 2016
Okay as I was testing with different Python versions I found out that Python distutils doesn't re-install the script that goes in /usr/bin when you switch between versions, so you may end up with a script there that points to a different site-packages location than what you had installed it with.
I don't know why it's not finding the installed package. But in any case, Python 2 is no longer supported in git master, you'll need at least version 3.2. Upgrade and let us know how it works there.
Are you installing from https://git.enlightenment.org/apps/epour.git ?
Aug 20 2016
Aug 16 2016
So these signals were emitted by ext_elm_entry, its text is set to "" on creation. Raster changed this behaviour (and it makes sense) so let's change our test as well.
Previous commit 94af40b3b6109890e25f7c1432ed3d291b26227e is good, I'll play with our test to learn how it behaves.
Going back, dd584b9f79ec41b53ca620ae534fcf84f12e30a9 is bad and looks like our winner, I'm checking the previous commit now just to make sure.
I'm doing manual git bisecting, 3f426ca519794843643252520f2c9b8f3bf85a30 is good
Aug 11 2016
OK I checked again, they were never EAPI. But they are now in 1.18 legacy header so they need to get removed, same as sizing_eval in T4343
Aug 6 2016
Right, it's working as intended then. Thanks for the fix and explanation!
Aug 5 2016
Does this mean that tooltip positioning is broken when there is room in the default orientation, as it now does overlap the parent?
Ummm I don't think it's quite working as intended yet. The tooltip gets positioned entirely outside the window, when there's plenty of space immediately next to the cursor.
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Jul 22 2016
Possibly related to this: commit d4479b3f55e7008d212646102bcd209258800a12
May 3 2016
May 1 2016
This issue and Polkit-EFL are not related to Enlightenment WM. You can use it with any other WM or DE just as well.
Apr 25 2016
Eo went through many changes this release cycle by the EFL developers, and Python-EFL is not maintained by the same people so there was a period where Eo support did not match what was in EFL. If you pull both projects from git now and recompile this problem should be solved.
Mar 31 2016
I've been working on the VPN features lately; they require significant changes in Econnman since the extra properties can be arbitrary, so it's going to take a while until I find the design for that that works smoothly.
Mar 4 2016
Well, it looks like zmike added a networking module to go with the new gadget system so I'm not sure if it's worth working on Econnman app anymore.
I'll take a look. No promises yet. :o)
Feb 19 2016
Do you see that message in the debugger or when running econnman at terminal without debugger?
Feb 16 2016
Feb 15 2016
If this is still an issue, please provide a backtrace. You can get a backtrace with this command:
gdb --args python3.4 /usr/bin/econnman-bin
provided you have gdb installed and the libraries have their debugging symbols installed.
Jan 28 2016
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Use python-efl from git master with EFL/Elm from git.
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Sep 3 2014
@winner8 Not related, you have an old git version which had an incompatibility with Python 2 in the PEAP code that has been added after the latest release version.
Jul 16 2014
@abyomi0 Did you get that valgrinding done? Sounds like connman itself crashes, taking E with it.