On 22 Sep 2017 4:46 am, "Luya Tshimbalanga" <luya(a)fedoraproject.org>
On 21/09/17 08:02 AM, James Hogarth wrote:
On 21 September 2017 at 07:17, Luya Tshimbalanga <luya(a)fedoraproject.org>
Sparkleshare package is currently behind upstream which just reach
The maintainer was contacted for updating the package with current broken
dependency below on Fedora 27 and above:
Problem: package sparkleshare-1.2.0-8.fc26.x86_64 requires
mono(webkit-sharp) = 184.108.40.206, but none of the providers can be installed
- conflicting requests
- nothing provides webkitgtk needed by webkit-sharp-0.3-19.fc26.x86_64
but no response so far.
As the application is used by Design Team, could someone make the change
because I cannot access it?
Thanks in advance,
A quick look of course shows this to be an issue with the retiring of
webkitgtk as that's no longer in the repos for webkit-sharp to build
against, which then means sparkleshare doesn't have its dependency
According to the sparkleshare release notes the 1.3.0 release added the
gtk3 bindings... so any of those ought to help.
The build dependencies are more complex than I can do in a few minutes
The 2.0 release the release notes states has breaking changes from 1.X ...
To get this updated someone needs to package webkit2-sharp (and any
dependencies that needs to build) ... gtk-sharp3 is already packaged though
which should help.
They say that as of 2.0 they have a flatpak release - have you tried that
so at least you'll have access to the application in F27?
Wearing Design Suite lab maintainer's hat, I would love to include a
flatpak version of 2.0 as default for F27 if there is a proper mechanism to
Just a quick look, I made a spec file for guideline
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Ah I thought you meant the application for you to use. Last I heard how to
formally include a flatpak app in Fedora is still up for debate.
The Workstation working group may have some ideas there.
Not making any promises but if no-one else has got to it by the end of next
week I'll try and get something together.
I'm not familiar with the app though so it'll take a little getting up to
Based on the fedora update policy and the acknowledged breaking changes in
2.0 we should only really update to the most recent 1.x in F27 and below at
The latest version should be a self contained change in F28.