Udev-discover brought to you by DEBIAN!

It’s been 13 month’s since first udev-discover commit and now 0.2.2 version it’s inside Debian Sid (unstable).

http://packages.qa.debian.org/u/udev-discover.html

With over 290 downloads form launchpad site, this is a new stage for udev-discover. I wonder if, this way, it would be available for next Ubuntu 12.04. I would like to thank Ghé Rivero for his work sponsoring the upload and Juanje Ojeda for introducing me to Ghé.

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Udev-discover 0.2.2 released

Minor release with bugfixing pruporses. Download the tarball here:

http://launchpad.net/udev-discover/0.2/0.2.2/+download/udev-discover-0.2.2.tar.gz

Or install it on Ubuntu systems via udev-discover personal package archive (ppa) following the instructions placed on ‘download and install’ page.

Improvements has been added:

  • Bugfix lp:906882 bugous subclassing of GObject
  • Improving paned windows positions at first run
  • CConf.Client list methods dropped
  • Added Polish translation
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udev-discover 0.2.1 released

Minor release in order to fix all the opened bugs after 0.2.0 release. Download the tarball here:

http://launchpad.net/udev-discover/0.2/0.2.1/+download/udev-discover-0.2.1.tar.gz

Or install it on Ubuntu systems via udev-discover personal package archive (ppa) following the instructions placed on ‘download and install’ page.

Some minor improvements has been added:

  • Added a DesktopEntry file
  • Using udev-discover.svg as window icons
  • Better handling of –prefix option on build and install setup.py commands
  • Updated dependencies, contributor list and TODO

I would like to thank all the people that had help here, reporting bugs, testing fixes, or even sending patches (i’ve added you to the contributors staff at about dialog), with a special mention to my friend Juanje Ojeda whose post on his gnome blog about udev-discover has catapulted it into planet.gnome.org and planet.ubuntu.org increasing the expectations.

Love you all!

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Launchpad site and PPA for Ubuntu

I’m happy to announce new udev-discover site on Launchpad! This site will handle with bugs, answers and translations. Don’t hesitate to help translating udev-discover to other languages!

Also, in order to make easy for Ubuntu users installing and using udev-discover, a personal package archive (PPA) has been published with a udev-discover debian package linked to GNOME3 Team’s PPA.

Udev-discover has been built with python and using GTK3 through gobject introspection repositories. However, most of these dependency-trail are not available for some general GNU/Linux flavours current releases, as Ubuntu 11.04.

This way it’s really easy to install and use udev-discover for Ubuntu users:

$ sudo apt-add-repository ppa:fontanon/udev-discover
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install udev-discover
$ udev-discover

Enjoy!

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udev-discover 0.2 released!

I’m very happy to announce the first release of udev-discover.

Download: http://launchpad.net/udev-discover/0.2/0.2.0/+download/udev-discover-0.2.tar.gz

Subsystem chooser

The development was stopped a few months ago, but with this holidays coding attack in a rush, I’m pretty sure is good enough for a first release.

Nowadays udev-discover can browse the full sysfs tree, or some linux subsystems only, providing a nice subsystem chooser for it.

So whether you want to check device info/properties, tracks device events or explore and filter the sysfs tree, udev-discover will be a really helpful tool for you.

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