weston: add version 7.0.0
Weston is a very basic desktop, the reference implementation of a Wayland
compositor. Shows a wallpaper under its semi-transparent launcher panel
with a clock. Takes over a text console, or starts a nested window
instance inside an existing session. Renders to a framebuffer device or an
EGL direct rendering context. Has a screenshooter and a terminal emulator.
wayland-protocols: add version 1.18
Extensions of the Wayland core protocol. Window that can be dragged,
resized and maximized. Popup menu. Full-screen surface. Primary clipboard,
where you just select text in order to allow copying. Graphic tablet with
multiple removable tools, pressure, distance, slider, tilt, rotation and
wheel rotation. Touchpad swipe and zoom. Input method support and more.
qemu-nvmm: Unbreak build
Make sure the package finds its tools for building docs
-- Still fails for me, though, with
% qemu-system-x86_64 -accel nvmm ./debian8_64
WARNING: Image format was not specified for './debian8_64' and probing guessed raw.
Automatically detecting the format is dangerous for raw images, write operations
on block 0 will be restricted.
Specify the 'raw' format explicitly to remove the restrictions.
qemu-system-x86_64: NVMM: No accelerator found, error=2
qemu-system-x86_64: failed to initialize NVMM: No space left on device
% config -x | grep nvmm
pseudo-device nvmm # NetBSD Virtual Machine Monitor
libinput: add version 1.14.2
Full input stack library processes user input events for display servers
and other applications. Generates relative pointer events from touchpads.
Records pressure. Scales coordinates. Accelerates pointer. Debounces
clicks. Emulates soft buttons. Detects palm and gestures.
libevdev: add version 1.8.0
Wrapper library for /dev/input/eventX listens to keyboard and mouse
events. Maps codes and names. Finds buttons and LEDs. Checks the
resolution, repeat delay and period. Modifies appearance and capability
bits. Transparently synchronizes when the process does not read events
fast enough and the kernel is forced to drop some events.
mtdev: add version 1.1.5
Multitouch protocol translation library transforms kernel MT events to
the slotted type B protocol. The events put into mtdev may be from any
MT device, specifically type A without contact tracking, type A with
contact tracking, or type B with contact tracking.
libudev: add version 228
Device enumeration includes known properties which devices don't report.
Evdev min, max, res, fuzz and flat by axis. Key mapping, hard-coded
layouts, modifier LEDs. Accelerometer mount-matrix and location. Mouse
DPI. Pointingstick sensitivity. Without the rest of systemd.
pfetch: Import of pfetch 0.4.0 as wip/pfetch.
Pretty and simple system information tool written in POSIX sh, supporting:
Linux; Android; MacOS; OpenBSD; FreeBSD; NetBSD; Haiku; Minix; Solaris; and
json2tsv-git: Import json2tsv as wip/json2tsv-git
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).
Based on wip/json2tsv but tracking Git HEAD.
Add virt-manager v2.2.1
The "Virtual Machine Manager" application (virt-manager for short package name)
is a desktop user interface for managing virtual machines. It presents a
summary view of running domains, their live performance & resource utilization
statistics. The detailed view graphs performance & utilization over time.
Wizards enable the creation of new domains, and configuration & adjustment of a
domain's resource allocation & virtual hardware. An embedded VNC client viewer
presents a full graphical console to the guest domain.
libvirt: add version 5.8.0
+ A toolkit to interact with the virtualization capabilities of recent
versions of operating systems, see our project goals for details.
+ A long term stable C API
+ A set of bindings for common languages
+ A CIM provider for the DMTF virtualization schema
+ A QMF agent for the AMQP/QPid messaging system
+ The KVM/QEMU Linux hypervisor
+ The Xen hypervisor
+ The LXC Linux container system
+ The OpenVZ Linux container system
+ The User Mode Linux paravirtualized kernel
+ The VirtualBox hypervisor
+ The VMware ESX and GSX hypervisors
+ The VMware Workstation and Player hypervisors
+ Virtual networks using bridging, NAT, VEPA and VN-LINK.
+ Storage on IDE/SCSI/USB disks, FibreChannel, LVM, iSCSI, NFS and filesystems
+ Remote management using TLS encryption and x509 certificates
+ Remote management authenticating with Kerberos and SASL
+ Local access control using PolicyKit
+ Zero-conf discovery using Avahi multicast-DNS
+ Management of virtual machines, virtual networks and storage
Add libvirt-glib v2.0.0
libvirt is a C toolkit to interact with the virtualization capabilities
of recent versions of Linux (and other OSes). It is free software
available under the GNU Lesser General Public License. Virtualization on
the Linux Operating System means the ability to run multiple instances of
Operating Systems concurrently on a single hardware system where the basic
resources are driven by a Linux instance. The library aim at providing
long term stable C API initially for the Xen paravirtualization but
should be able to integrate other virtualization mechanisms if needed.
libvirt-glib wraps libvirt to provide a high-level object-oriented API better
suited for glib-based applications.
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.