[SoaS] [Sugar-devel] Sugar 0.112 on Fedora 28 SoaS
quozl at laptop.org
Tue Mar 13 03:00:07 EDT 2018
On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 11:31:39PM +0000, Peter Robinson wrote:
> We're in Beta freeze for Fedora 28.
Thanks for the update.
Our How To install Sugar on Fedora is here;
> We have Sugar 0.112, there's
> nightly images for the various architectures at the URLs below. Please
> test so we don't end up in a situation like last cycle where people
> were testing at the last moment before release.
These links very unreliable; have to keep hitting them until the
redirector leads me to an up to date mirror.
I've tested Fedora-Workstation-Live-x86_64-28-20180312.n.0.iso and
updated the How To ... 01941aa.
Most of Sugar works, as do the included activities.
- the Write activity flickers, due to AbiWord event handling flaw,
Sugar Labs #4915, Fedora #1287835, AbiSource #13791, with Debian and
Ubuntu carrying my patch,
- the Paint activity starts but the mouse does not draw on the canvas,
we have a fix committed but not yet released, and the fix is
effective on Fedora 28,
- the Words activity fails to start, citing PyGObject Namespace WebKit
not available, for 3.0, we have a fix committed but not yet
released, and the fix is effective on Fedora 28,
- the Ruler activity fails to start, with a Cairo assertion and
- My Settings (control panel) - Network does not render, traceback
says PyGObject Namespace NMClient not available, workaround is to
- My Settings - Software Update offers Memorize-52 to -53, Clock-19 to
-20, and Pippy-66 to -71, so these are likely packaging lag,
- for each activity, the activity toolbar description entry icon is
- after testing each activity once, there were about 3283
PyGIDeprecationWarning messages written to logs.
Installing Fedora Workstation was very slow, and it performed poorly
once installed, especially logging in, logging out, and using the
GNOME desktop. I wasn't able to identify a cause for delays.
Performance of Sugar desktop was normal.
> One thing to note is there will be a newer CSound package landing
> shortly, it's been upgraded from 6.03 to the latest 6.10 and I've no
> idea if the API has changed and if it will affect any of the
> Activities using it. You'll be able to testing by doing a "dnf
> upgrade" once booted.
Not to worry, none of the activities in SoaS import csound.
csound 6.10 did segmentation fault on Ubuntu 18.04 beta back in
January with the Music Keyboard activity, but now works okay with both
Measure and Music Keyboard. Neither activity is in SoaS.
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