Unico engine for fedora 15 (rpm)

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For all fedorians who want to try out the latest and greatest gtk3 themes requiring the unico engine.

As I couldn't find an rpm, I built one myself ;-) ... Happy testing!

Last changelog:

7 years ago

2011-06-26: added spec file (not sure if all build dependencies are met) and sources

Doofb43r

7 years ago

Could you pls update the package :)

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john007

7 years ago

Sorry, can't, due to dependency issues. Tried to adjust the dependencies, but didn't succeed. Anyone here to help?
PS: Latest Zukitwo still works perfectly on my machine using the 69 version ;-)

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Doofb43r

7 years ago

could you pls provide a 64bit package?

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john007

7 years ago

Thanks for your comment, but sorry, running 32bit only...

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ntrs

7 years ago

could you provide the .spec file so that we can build it for 64

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john007

7 years ago

Here you are. Tried to compile with noarch, but didn't work...
Pls let me know if it works for you!

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ntrs

7 years ago

instructions to build
as root install mock

as normal user

$ rpmdev-setuptree

put gtk3-engines-unico.spec in rpmbuild/SPECS/ and gtk3-engines-unico-0.1.0+r69.tar.gz in rpmbuild/SOURCES

$ rpmbuild -bs rpmbuild/SPECS/gtk3-engines-unico.spec
$ mock -r fedora-15-i386 --rebuild rpmbuild/SRPMS/gtk3-engines-unico-0.1.0+r69-1.fc15.src.rpm
$ mock -r fedora-15-x86_64 --rebuild rpmbuild/SRPMS/gtk3-engines-unico-0.1.0+r69-1.fc15.src.rpm

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5176435/Fedora/15/natros/gtk3-engines-unico-0.1.0%2Br69-1.fc15.x86_64.rpm
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5176435/Fedora/15/natros/gtk3-engines-unico-0.1.0%2Br69-1.fc15.i686.rpm
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5176435/Fedora/15/natros/gtk3-engines-unico-0.1.0%2Br69-1.fc15.src.rpm

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Doofb43r

7 years ago

thanks.

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john007

7 years ago

Thanks for your 64bit package, too!
Well, it is possible to compile 32bit packages on a 64bit system, unfortunately not the other way round...

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7 years ago

2011-06-26: added spec file (not sure if all build dependencies are met) and sources

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