./sysutils/mate-power-manager, Power manager for MATE

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.24.1nb3, Package name: mate-power-manager-1.24.1nb3, Maintainer: youri

MATE Power Manager is a MATE session daemon that acts as a policy agent on top
of UPower, which requires fairly new versions of the kernel and udev.
MATE Power Manager listens for system events and responds with user-
configurable actions.

MATE Power Manager is a fork of GNOME Power Manager.


Required to run:
[sysutils/desktop-file-utils] [sysutils/dbus-glib] [sysutils/dbus] [sysutils/libnotify] [graphics/hicolor-icon-theme] [devel/glib2] [audio/libcanberra] [x11/libunique] [security/libgnome-keyring] [x11/gtk3] [sysutils/upower] [x11/mate-desktop] [x11/mate-panel] [lang/python37]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/x11-links] [x11/xcb-proto] [x11/fixesproto4] [pkgtools/cwrappers] [x11/xorgproto]

Master sites:

SHA1: ac55f69e5224ece4bb49e0207f9b17e1a44f2c55
RMD160: 270d04450c1f4509cbfad29df7a1b9cd31e17585
Filesize: 6099.145 KB

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   2020-11-22 13:58:37 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
mate-power-manager: Disable gnome-keyring integration
   2020-08-24 06:41:43 by David H. Gutteridge | Files touched by this commit (39)
Log message:
mate*: remove unintentional linkage against pkgsrc gettext-libs

As of 1.24, MATE requires GNU-specific msgfmt features. meta-pkgs/mate/
Makefile.common r. 1.10 expressed this tool dependency using
USE_BUILTIN.gettext=no, but this exposed pkgsrc gettext-libs in the
build environment as well, which some MATE packages then linked
against, but gettext-libs didn't end up being declared as a run-time
dependency, so binary package installations were broken (with the
workaround of manually installing the undeclared gettext-libs
dependency). Express this dependency differently, so GNU msgfmt is
used as a tool without exposing pkgsrc gettext-libs.

(The pkgsrc tooling infrastruture could be altered to provide a
distinct "gmsgfmt" tool, same with "gxgettext", and perhaps \ 
others.
Here I'm just immediately concerned with fixing this packaging issue.)

Addresses PR pkg/55503 by Jay Patel.
   2020-08-17 22:20:41 by Leonardo Taccari | Files touched by this commit (2202)
Log message:
*: revbump after fontconfig bl3 changes (libuuid removal)
   2020-06-01 01:44:49 by David H. Gutteridge | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
mate-power-manager: remove unused PLIST.keyring variable
   2020-06-01 01:34:45 by David H. Gutteridge | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
mate-power-manager: update to 1.24.1

Change log:

mate-power-manager 1.24.1

  * Translations update
  * glib-genmarshal: replace deprecated tokens NONE and BOOL
  * Read authors (updated) from mate-power-manager.about
  * Use gtk_show_about_dialog to show about dialog
  * Remove the CPU wakeups feature
  * Update copyright year on about dialog
  * generate missing gpm-* PNGs from new SVGs
  * add missing gpm-phone SVGs
  * add missing gpm-keboard SVGs
  * add missing gpm-mouse SVGs
   2020-04-17 23:07:00 by David H. Gutteridge | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
mate-power-manager: fix sandboxed builds

Polkit is now required directly for its ITS data during the build phase
only, in order to generate the file "org.mate.power.policy". (While
here, itstool is already pulled in through the meta-package.)
   2020-04-05 18:05:45 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (114) | Package updated
Log message:
Update all MATE packages (except system-monitor) to 1.24.0.

This release contains plenty of new features, bug-fixes, and general
improvements. Some of the most important highlights include:

  * We did it again, the MATE desktop environment is easier to use than before,
    once the user starts the session. Do you want to hide applications startup?
    Now you can set which applications to show on startup.
  * Engrampa now has support for a handful of extra formats, as well as fixed
    support for passwords and unicode characters in some of them.
  * Eye of MATE now has support for Wayland and we’ve added support for
    embedded color profiles.
      * The thumbnail generation has been reworked and fixed in several places.
      * Added support for webp files.
  * Our window manager, marco, has gotten quite a few changes:
      * We’ve brought a bunch of window decorations from the past to feed
        your nostalgia.
      * Finally added invisible resize borders. No more struggling to find a
        border to grab with your mouse!
      * All window controls (you know, the min, max, close buttons) are now
        rendered in HiDPI.
      * The Alt+Tab and Workspace Switcher popups have been entirely reworked.
        Now they render in beautiful OSD style, are more configurable, and can
        respond to keyboard arrows.
      * Tiling windows with the keyboard now allows you to cycle through
        different window sizes. You no longer need to feel constrained by only
        half of your screen.
  * The System Monitor panel applet now has support for NVMe drives.
  * Calculator now supports using either “pi” or “π”.
      * Scientific notation has been improved.
      * Some fixes for supporting pre-defined physical constants.
  * The Control Center now displays its icons correctly on HiDPI displays.
  * A brand new Time And Date Manager app has been added.
  * The Mouse app now supports acceleration profiles.
  * The Preferred Applications app has been improved for accessibility, as well
    as better support for integration with IM clients.
  * The Indicator Applet has slightly better interaction with
    oddly-sized icons.
  * Speaking of icons, the network manager applet icons in our own themes have
    been entirely redesigned and can now be enjoyed on HiDPI displays.
  * If you’re the type of person that does not like to be disturbed when busy,
    or giving a presentation, or watching a movie, you’ll be happy to know that
    the notification daemon now supports a Do-Not-Disturb mode.
  * The MATE Panel had several bugs that caused crashes in the past when
    changing layouts. Those are now fixed!
      * Support for Wayland compatibility has improved considerably.
      * Status icons (a.k.a. notification area, or system tray) have support
        for HiDPI displays.
      * Wanda the Fish got a make-over and now you can enjoy her in full
        HiDPI glory.
      * The window list applet now supports window thumbnails on hover.
      * Various accessibility improvements throughout the panel and its
        core applets.
  * If your system doesn’t, uh, support systemd you might be interested in
    knowing that we’ve added support for elogind to both the MATE Screensaver
    and the MATE Session.
  * We’ve also added a brand new MATE Disk Image Mounter utility.
  * Mozo, the menu editor, now supports Undo and Redo actions.
  * Pluma plugins have now fully switched to Python 3.
  * Pluma no longer has to envy anything from other complex editors, since it
    can now show the formatting marks.
  * i18n: All applications have been migrated from intltools to gettext.
   2020-03-10 23:11:24 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1681) | Package updated
Log message:
librsvg: update bl3.mk to remove libcroco in rust case

recursive bump for the dependency change