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gtk1.2 puppy anyone?
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Iguleder


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PostPosted: Sat 28 Jun 2014, 11:14    Post_subject:  

I just uploaded a snapshot of DSLR Razz

Now I'm stripping some unneeded features from emelFM, to make it lighter.

EDIT: the obligatory screenshot

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buti

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PostPosted: Mon 14 Jul 2014, 04:08    Post_subject:  

Today my office mate is out and I fired up DSLR on her pc. Posting from Dillo right now Smile

Quite impressed so far... it flies!

Looking forward to playing more with it.
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PostPosted: Mon 14 Jul 2014, 04:33    Post_subject:  

I'm sadly back to my M$ machine Sad How much funnier DSLR was!!!

I just wanted to signal that I always have a 'memory fault' welcome boot message at the very first line of the boot process'output. Even on my colleague's pc, which then booted fine (and fast).

Then it took me a couple of minutes to remember how to set-up a wired network from cli Rolling Eyes

Does it support booting as a puppy frugal install? Or maybe i should ask if it can be installed at all? Does it have persistency of some kind?
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PostPosted: Tue 15 Jul 2014, 16:24    Post_subject:  

Thanks for testing!

I fixed that memory fault, it was a bug in mount.

It doesn't support frugal install, but a "hybrid" install - I haven't tested this for a long time, because I focus on getting all the basics working. You should be able to pass the "home=/dev/sda1" boot code (or something similar - make sure the partition is correct, it should be an empty partition) to make DSLR write all changes directly to that partition.

If you want to install it persistently, you'll have to do it manually at the moment. Just install Puppy and change the syslinux/GRUB configuration Laughing

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PostPosted: Wed 16 Jul 2014, 16:00    Post_subject:  

Here's Slacko 6.0 beta 2 running GTK 1.x applications. There's plenty more, but the screen was too small to fit everything Laughing
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PostPosted: Wed 16 Jul 2014, 21:03    Post_subject:  

I've been going through the Amaya github mirror trying to find a good gtk1 branch to start from but the removed gtk1 bits sporadically so I may have to go way back and do a lot of cherry picking. It should build static in under 2mb and serve as a collabarative word processor, svg editor, html editor, image viewer and even as a decent web browser (though js support is experimental)
Does anyone know an easy way to review commits one by and modify them as needed before applying (for example, removing any Wx related additions)?

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PostPosted: Fri 18 Jul 2014, 22:09    Post_subject:  

technosaurus wrote:
I've been going through the Amaya github mirror trying to find a good gtk1 branch to start from but the removed gtk1 bits sporadically so I may have to go way back and do a lot of cherry picking. It should build static in under 2mb and serve as a collabarative word processor, svg editor, html editor, image viewer and even as a decent web browser (though js support is experimental)
Does anyone know an easy way to review commits one by and modify them as needed before applying (for example, removing any Wx related additions)?

Sounds like git rebase --interactive, I think.
But I haven't done that myself.
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PostPosted: Thu 04 Sep 2014, 16:10    Post_subject:  

I packaged many static GTK+ 1.x applications here:
- emelFM
- xhippo
- X-Chat
- gtkedit
- gRun
- gcolor
- mhWaveEdit
- ROX-Filer
- gtkcat
- GDMap
- gbase
- gtklepin
- Sylpheed
- Calcoo
- Dillo
- gtkfontsel
- Ted
- Beaver
- gtkdiskfree
- mtPaint
- GTKSee
- GtkDialog1
- guiftp
- guiTAR
- gtkfind
- gcalendar
- Shut the Box

There are other useful packages there (e.g mpg123) and they're static as well. These packages should work in pretty much any 32-bit Puppy and use musl and LibreSSL instead of glibc and OpenSSL. Cool

To download a package, just copy its name and add it at the end of the URL. Unpack using tar -xJvf.

Have fun! Smile

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PostPosted: Sun 14 Sep 2014, 01:33    Post_subject:  

Excellent effort Iguleder!!!!
About a proper web-browser for modern times. Since you seem to have programming skills, probably one could port a webkit browser with a minimal GTK 2.x interface to GTK 1.2 with reasonable effort. The ones I was thinking of are e. g. xombrero (also known as xxxterm) and Luakit or surf (suckless.org).

Also a GTK 1.2 version of SpaceFM would be awesome.

Another question, how hard is it to change the somewhat old looking icons on the GTK 1.x buttons?
I guess the somewhat flat looking GTK 1.2 toolkit could look quite awesome with something like the numix icons.

Keep up the good work,
Christian
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Sep 2014, 04:15    Post_subject:  

Iguleder wrote:
I just uploaded a snapshot of DSLR Razz

Now I'm stripping some unneeded features from emelFM, to make it lighter.

EDIT: the obligatory screenshot


I tried DSLR today or is it RLSD by burning it to a DVD. It booted to a desktop and most apps seemed to work ok. I couldn't get wireless to work with the wizard. Ping is missing.
It would not work in VirtualBox.
Cheers

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