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The Workbench 2017-01

  • Posted on: 13 January 2017
  • By: tomww

Attending FOSDEM in Bruxxels on Feb 4th & 5th

If anyone of you is at FOSDEM too, I would appreciate having a chat. In case you have really good story around Solaris / OpenIndiana OmniOS, I can offer we do a short audio recording. No large preparation needed from your side. I'll bring a nice audio recorder and two headsets, extendable to 4 people.

My main interest is twofold:
1) Meet with other developers from the Soalrish arena and talk not only about SFE.
2) Everything around Docker and OpenStack

The Workbench 2016-12

  • Posted on: 11 December 2016
  • By: tomww

(remember to click on "read more")

* New C-Compilers default to -m64, testing new include/*inc to force -m32 if needed

* Recompiling packages in batches for Solaris 12, please expect occational breakage

* LibreOffice5 prework almost finished

* pkgbuild collecting issues / bugs

* Translastion of important blog pages wanted (*you*!)

* Feedback is essential :)

The Workbench 2016-11

  • Posted on: 13 November 2016
  • By: tomww

News From The Workbench 2016-11

LibreOffice4 and LibreOffice5 (new)

Our maintainer Pjama sent in new spec files for LibreOffice 5.1 and 5.2. This is absolutely wonderful!
Today I started to do a test-build on OpenIndiana Hipster 2016.10-like system to see first, if the LibreOffice4 in version 4.4.7.2 can be built in a reproducible way. Finetuning will happen during the next days.

The Workbench 2016-10

  • Posted on: 5 October 2016
  • By: tomww

working on GCC 4.8.5 / 4.9 / 5.4 with new install location /usr/gcc-sfe and compatibility symlinks /usr/gcc/
(click read more)
temporary repository localhosts12nogccdeps discontinued (replaced by -> localhosts12 with new /usr/gcc-sfe)
LibreOffice5 is waiting for being fine tuned for the OSDistros with X11 present

The Workbench 2016-07

  • Posted on: 6 August 2016
  • By: tomww

What is currently on my workbench?  (There is a new workbench article 2016-08 available)

(Edit:) In the meanwhile I'll try to get LibreOffice 4 to S12 - the procfs.h compile issue is now solved and I'm fixing small issues as they appear while building on S12. Package compiles, will be uploaded in early version without dictionaries and language files. Once it appears on publisher "localhosts12" you may do first tests.
(Edit2:) LibreOffice 4 works on S12 - thanks to some few lines of code changes from a collegue!