Gajim - 2019-02-02

  1. zinid hi
  2. zinid is it a known bug: ``` 02/02/19 10:47:17 (W) gajim.c.m.vcard Received: avatar mismatch: None ```
  3. zinid I receive a lot of these
  4. zinid also: ``` 02/02/19 10:47:18 (W) gajim.c.m.caps Computed and retrieved caps hash differ. Ignoring caps of contact ```
  5. mrDoctorWho zinid, maybe their clients don't compute hashes properly?
  6. zinid mrDoctorWho, maybe
  7. Michi Hi. Is there a way to turn off the login/logout messages in the chatrooms in gajim?
  8. Michi
  9. Michi I mean this
  10. wurstsalat Michi, either Gajim's bookmarks window (gajim > gespeicherte gruppenchats) or directly from the group chat menu, depending on which gajim version you are using
  11. wurstsalat Something like "Zeige Betreten/Verlassen"
  12. Michi Thats it! Thanks!
  13. Michi It is possible to make a global config? Or only for every chatroom?
  14. wurstsalat I don't know the exact line but when you go to ACE (Advanced configuration editor) you could search for "join", there should be a global setting
  15. wurstsalat Which gajim version are you using?
  16. wurstsalat I think that option is accessible voa preferences window in up to date versions
  17. Michi Version 0.16.9
  18. wurstsalat Okay, did you have a look at ACE?
  19. lovetox its called print_status
  20. lovetox or print_muc_status
  21. lovetox zinid, yes its a bug in other clients and servers
  22. lovetox the avatar hash thingy is most likely from modules on the server that convert between vcard and user avatar
  23. ta > Version 0.16.9 Michi, that version is pretty outdated though
  24. lovetox and caps thing i see often with people using older version of poezio
  25. Michi >lovetox‎: or print_muc_status I found it. its called print_status_in_muc, thank you.
  26. debacle When I open the "Join Group Chat" list and list is longer as fits on the screen, the lower arrow to follow the list sometimes does not appear, or at least not immediately, i.e. only after moving the pointer out an in the list *and* going down the list using the cursor keys. 1.1.2-1 on Debian testing.
  27. lovetox you mean the menu?
  28. lovetox i guess its bad design that we put and inifite amount of items in a menu
  29. lovetox so this will be gone some day anyway
  30. lovetox and you also have all your bookmarks in the CTRL + N menu
  31. debacle Ctrn-N is good! Looks better and actually works :)
  32. debacle Just need to retrain my fingers.
  33. isidorobaltasar .
  34. isidorobaltasar Which tool do you use for filetransfers larger than 80 mb, if any?
  35. ta don't use XMPP for theat. Some Nextcloud instance if it should be a public one time link. Syncthing if it is to sync files privatly between my ohne devices.
  36. debacle I think, I uploaded huge files via XMPPs HTTP upload. Worked for me, IIRC. Of course, your server must not have a limit too low for that.
  37. Michi >ta‎: > Version 0.16.9 >Michi, that version is pretty outdated though I know... I have to compile from git the actual version.
  38. lovetox why? most distros have a more current version
  39. lovetox i would not recommend to switch to an unstable version
  40. fuesschen Michi, there is nothing to compile
  41. ta Michi, Linux Mint?
  42. Michi >fuesschen‎: Michi, there is nothing to compile For me yes. I work with sabayon. In the repos is only this old version.
  43. lovetox Michi, if you do that then use gajim_1.1 branch
  44. fuesschen but its python you can simply check out the git repo and start the client
  45. lovetox not master
  46. ta Michi, ignore my "Linux Mint"-insult ;-)
  47. Michi fuesschen: ah ok, thanks
  48. Michi Im confused: Gajim needs python-nbxmpp >= to run. Quitting... But the latest version of nbxmpp ist 0.6.9 (
  49. lovetox Michi just said to use gajim_1.1
  50. lovetox branch
  51. Michi lovetox, yes I use this branch
  52. lovetox no you dont, otherwise this message would not appear
  53. Michi In the changelog-file: Gajim 1.1.0 (TBA)
  54. Michi git clone gajim
  55. lovetox and then you have to checkout the branch..
  56. Michi There is only one... master ?
  57. lovetox no there are 47 branches
  58. lovetox git checkout gajim_1.1
  59. Michi ok, but why 'git branch' dont list the branches? (Im not a git expert).
  60. lovetox no idea
  61. fm Michi: git branch -a?
  62. Michi >fm‎: Michi: git branch -a? Yes, thats it!
  63. fm By default, git only lists branches you had checked out once
  64. fm -a for all, -r for remote ones
  65. bot Amandeep created an issue in _gajim_ < >: #9568: < Not able to login on server >
  66. amuza Hi, I am looking for some support. I use Gagjm in my GNU/Linux Trisquel. I would like to know how to backup my Gajim configuration (accounts and settings) and history. I have found no documentation for it. Thank you!
  67. mathieui amuza, did you look in ~/.gajim or ~/.config/gajim?
  68. mathieui probably ~/.local/share/gajim as well
  69. lovetox ~/.config/gajim and .local/share/gajim
  70. lovetox thats all there is
  71. amuza Thank you! I am migrating to another computer. Tried with ~/.gajim and ~/.config/gajim? and did not work.
  72. amuza I will try with ~/.config/gajim and .local/share/gajim
  73. amuza Cheers!
  74. mathieui good luck
  75. fm Some gtk expert around?
  76. fm I want to add line numbers to multiline code snippets. I.e. some lines in the conversation textbuffer should be numbered. (context: working on a ported and improved version of the syntax highlighting plugin)
  77. fm If possible I would like a column with the numbers at the beginning of each line. Nice to have: proper alignment, numbers are not part of text selections, line wrap indication (no number or icon).
  78. fm I tried to do it with tabs, but I am not quite satisfied with the outcome....
  79. lovetox if you use a textview you dont have anything else
  80. lovetox a textview is like a text editor
  81. lovetox you can though insert widgets into the textview
  82. fm Tables?
  83. lovetox so you could draw up a Gtk.Grid
  84. lovetox and which has columns
  85. lovetox and in each cell you can then place a textview or label
  86. lovetox to draw the text
  87. fm Oh. That's what I was hoping for
  88. lovetox check out insert_child_anchor
  89. lovetox to that anchor you can add all kinds of widgets
  90. fm Does it make sense to go that way? Or do you have any worries it might break other stuff?
  91. lovetox no it will not break anything
  92. lovetox but someone else did a textview fgor sourcecode already
  93. lovetox check this out
  94. lovetox
  95. fm Yeah, I've seen that already
  96. lovetox but i dont know if there are python bindings for it
  97. fm OK, I guess I will prepare a PR for the current state and do that as an update...
  98. fm lovetox: thx for the hint!
  99. bot Amandeep closed an issue in _gajim_ < >: #9568: < Not able to login on server >
  100. bot Amandeep modified an issue in _gajim_ < >: #9568: < Not able to login on server >
  101. bot Florian Münchbach proposed a new merge request for _gajim-plugins/gajim_1.1_ < >: Syntax Highlighting Plugin - Ported
  102. bot Philipp Hörist pushed 4 commits to branch _refs/heads/master_ of _python-nbxmpp_ < >:
  103. bot Philipp Hörist pushed 3 commits to branch _refs/heads/master_ of _gajim_ < >:
  104. bot Philipp Hörist pushed 2 commits to branch _refs/heads/master_ of _gajim_ < >: *dfc3749a* < > Remove unused import *15dc059b* < > Use css value for message input placeholder
  105. fm lovetox: will change the plugin version tomorrow. Totally forgot about it.
  106. lovetox yeah np
  107. fm Also, I am thinking about changing to markdown-style syntax for code blocks instead of @@....
  108. fm Any thoughts on that from people here
  109. fm ?
  110. lovetox what would that be?
  111. lovetox as the plugin was not available from gajim 1.0 onwards i suspect not many people used it
  112. lovetox but i think this will change once its available, it seems very useful :)
  113. fm That's why I want to do it before release. Before people get used to the syntax. Currently code blocks are indicated as @@int i = 0;@@ or @@python@print("test ")@@ when a language is specified. Multi line code blocks are detected automatically. With markdown it would be (for inline): `int i = 0;` and for multi line with language: ```python print("test ") ```
  114. lovetox you could make it configurable or?
  115. lovetox but i guess both is fine
  116. fm Just want to avoid supporting both. If i do, it makes parsing unnecessary complicated, as there are many more cases to handle (` in @@s or something). If I make it optional, all communication partners need the same setting for it to work as expected...
  117. lovetox yes true
  118. lovetox i guess choose one then :)
  119. bot Daniel Brötzmann modified an issue in _gajim_ < >: #9568: < Not able to login on server >
  120. bot Philipp Hörist pushed 1 commit to branch _refs/heads/master_ of _python-nbxmpp_ < >: *4a7ecc26* < > Add UserAvatar (XEP-0084) module
  121. bot Philipp Hörist pushed 1 commit to branch _refs/heads/master_ of _gajim_ < >: *cef5b04d* < > Refactor UserAvatar - Simplify modules because nbxmpp handles more stuff