However, Woof has a template for fontconfig that excludes fc-query. Remedied. Woof commit:
Forum thread for Pfontview:
I tried Pfontview 0.1.1 in Precise Puppy, but get this error:
# pfontview /usr/share/fonts/default/TTF/DejaVuSans-BoldOblique.ttf
** (gtkdialog:4773): ERROR **: gtkdialog: Error in line 7, near token 'string': syntax error
/usr/bin/pfontview: line 275: 4773 Trace/breakpoint trap $GTKDIALOG --space-expand=true --space-fill=true --file=$TEMP_DIR/winMain
Anyway, in future builds, fc-query will be there, so Pfontview can potentially be a nice addition to Puppy.
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This is a bit weird. The 'strings' utility is not in any util-linux official sources. I looked here:
Refer also here:
The 'strings' utility is in the official 'binutils' package source, and this is what all distros (except for Slackware) use. Slackware renames it to 'strings-GNU'.
I was tempted to renamed 'strings-GNU' as 'strings', as this is the standard utility that all other distros use.
However, I went with 01micko's suggestion, and modified the template of 'util-linux' to grab /usr/bin/strings if it exists.
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Until now, packages that are in the devx SFS only, are also listed in woof-installed-packages.
However, this does cause problems if the user does not have the devx SFS loaded. The PPM will think a certain dependency is present, when in fact it isn't.
I had this problem with Python, and I got around it for Precise Puppy 5.4 final by building Python into the main Puppy SFS, despite it's size.
Yesterday, another dependency, 'libpq5', was mentioned in the Forum with the same problem. The PPM thought it is already installed, when it is only in the devx.
I have modified the script 'findwoofinstalledpkgs' in Woof, to exclude devx-only packages from woof-installed-packages, and instead log them in a new file, 'devx-only-installed-packages'.
This new file is also copied into /root/.packages during the build, alongside woof-installed-packages.
This does mean that I could move Python back to the devx for future releases of Precise Puppy.
I think that some PETs that 666philb has created recently assume the presence of Python, so that would need to be addressed.
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I have implemented this in Woof, PET will be uploaded to 'common' repo soon. Ditto, Woof will be uploaded soon.
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This script is actually in Woof, it is not a separate PET.
Various people have worked on this script. I found that both the latest in Woof, and the one in Lucid, are broken.
The one in Lucid is the best. It was worked on by Forum member EW in 2010. So, I used this as the basis.
I fixed a couple of bugs, and internationalized it. The script can be found in the Woof commit.
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