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tuncel

   1.6  

KDE Service Menu

Score 50%
Blog:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  20
Submitted:  Dec 23 2013
Updated:  Jun 13 2014

Description:

Tuncel is a fork of GPL licensed Heinemann Jürgen's rpmxdgtool, http://gitweb.hjcms.de/cgi-bin/index.cgi/rpmxdgtool/
It provides kde3/4 service menus, nautilus-actions scripts for GNOME, caja-actions scripts for MATE, nemo-actions scripts for Cinnamon.

Mandatory Build Dependencies:
  • intltool

  • python > 2.5

  • python-polib

  • autoconf

  • automake

  • gettext

  • rpm2cpio

  • rpm package manager

  • cpio

  • md5sum


  • Optional Build Dependencies:
  • kdialog and kde4-libs for KDE4 support

  • zenity for GNOME/MATE/CINNAMON support


  • Runtime dependencies
  • kdialog, kde4-libs, konsole for KDE4 support

  • zenity for GNOME/MATE/CINNAMON support

  • nautilus, gnome-terminal for GNOME support

  • caja, mate-terminal for MATE support

  • nemo, gnome-terminal/mate-terminal for CINNAMON desktop

  • md5sum

  • rpm2cpio

  • rpm package manager



  • Tuncel can be translated into many languages using Gettext Po format. If you want to translate please contact me.

    If you find any bugs or have a request in mind please report at https://github.com/tarakbumba/tuncel/issues page.




    Changelog:

    * v. 1.6
  • Fixed OpenHomepage option to correctly handle https URLs


  • * v. 1.5
  • Fixed Nemo actions

  • More translations


  • Special thanks to Mageia-i18n team and its respective tranlators:

  • Greek : Dimitrios Glentadakis

  • Spanish: motitos

  • French: filorin

  • Polish: Daniel Napora

  • Portugese: alfalb_mansil

  • Russian: Valentin XliN Saikov

  • Slovenian: filip.komar

  • Ukranian: Yuri Chornoivan

  • Turkish: tarakbumba


  • * v.1.2
    Configure script automatically enables features if requirements met.




    LicenseGPL
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     KDE 4 install

     
     by google01103 on: Dec 23 2013
     
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    I dl'ed and ran ./configure but even though all the requirements were met KDE 4 files were not created, had to add --enable-kde4 as an option for it to be created which is contrary to the readme

    could you rename the app so that it's functionality was a bit more obvious - start, end or embed "rpm" in the name

    other that making it available for other de's is there anything different then rpmxdgtool?

    not sure why, but should it and rpmxdgtool's service menu titles be named the same?

    regards,


    Suse 12.3 x64, KDE 4.11.x, Opera (Opera-Next version)
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     Re: KDE 4 install

     
     by atilla on: Dec 23 2013
     
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    Thank you trying. It's my bad, that --enable-kde4 not mentioned in readme.

    May be including rpm in name reflects its purpose more. But, that is my choice to not include that. I somewhat do not like naming shcemes like that.

    Tuncel not much different from rpmxdgtool, besides providing context menu options for other DE's. Desktop files/options naming gives what i think a user needs. So, while forking rpmxdgtool, i did not prefer to change them.


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     Re: Re: KDE 4 install

     
     by google01103 on: Dec 23 2013
     
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    re enabling kde: per the readme it and any other de's that met the requirements should have automatically been generated which was not the case (at least for me) I should not have had to add --enable-kde, correct?

    regards,


    Suse 13.1 x64, KDE 4.12.x
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     Re: Re: Re: KDE 4 install

     
     by atilla on: Dec 23 2013
     
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    You' re just right. Please re-try with v.1.2. Thanks for your feedback.


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