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The unpack phase is responsible for unpacking the source code of the package. The default implementation of unpackPhase unpacks the source files listed in the src environment variable to the current directory. It supports the following files by default:
This can be used to put many derivations into the same directory structure. It works by creating a new derivation and adding symlinks to each of the paths listed. It expects two arguments, name, and paths. name is the name used in the Nix store path for the created derivation. paths is a list of paths that will be symlinked. These paths can be to Nix store derivations or any other subdirectory contained within. Here is an example:
The above example will build an squashfs archive image in result/$pname_$version.raw. The image will contain the file system structure as required by the portable service specification, and a subset of the Nix store with all the dependencies of the two derivations in the units list. units must be a list of derivations, and their names must be prefixed with the service name ("demo" in this case). Otherwise systemd-portabled will ignore them.
By default autoPatchelf will fail as soon as any ELF file requires a dependency which cannot be resolved via the given build inputs. In some situations you might prefer to just leave missing dependencies unpatched and continue to patch the rest. This can be achieved by setting the autoPatchelfIgnoreMissingDeps environment variable to a non-empty value. autoPatchelfIgnoreMissingDeps can be set to a list like autoPatchelfIgnoreMissingDeps = [ "libcuda.so.1" "libcudart.so.1" ]; or to simply [ "*" ] to ignore all missing dependencies.
The package hicolor-icon-theme provides a setup hook which makes symbolic links for the parent themes into the directory share/icons of the current theme directory in the nix store, making sure they can be found at runtime. For that to work the packages providing parent icon themes should be listed as propagated build dependencies, together with hicolor-icon-theme.
default_settingsThis is an optional file. When Clink loads its settings, it first tries to load default values for settings from a default_settings file in either the profile directory or the binaries directory. Then it loads the clink_settings file from the profile directory.The default_settings file can be useful for portable installations or when sharing your favorite Clink configuration with friends.
default_inputrcThis is an optional file. When Clink loads the Readline Init File, it first tries to load default values from a default_inputrc file in either the profile directory or the binaries directory. Then it loads the .inputrc file.The default_inputrc file can be useful for portable installations or when sharing your favorite Clink configuration with friends.
Integrating oh-my-posh with Clink is easy: just save the following text to an oh-my-posh.lua file in your Clink scripts directory (run clink info to find that), and make sure the oh-my-posh.exe program is in a directory listed in the %PATH% environment variable (or edit the script below to provide a fully qualified path to the oh-my-posh.exe program). Replace the config with your own configuration and you're good to go.
Integrating starship with Clink is just as easy: save the following text to a starship.lua file in your Clink scripts directory (run clink info to find that), and make sure the starship.exe program is in a directory listed in the %PATH% environment variable (or edit the script below to provide a fully qualified path to the starship.exe program). The config file for starship is located at C:\Users\\.config\starship.toml.
Please note that all of us volunteering on Cygwin try to be as responsive aspossible and deal with patches and questions as we get them, butrealistically we don't have time to answer all of the email that is sent tothe main mailing list.Making releases of the tools and packages is an activity in our spare time,helping people out is not our primary focus, so some email will have to gounanswered.
While some users have successfully done this, for example IndianaUniversity's XLiveCD , there is noeasy way to do it. Full instructions for constructing a portable Cygwinon CD by hand can be found on the mailing list at -07/msg01117.html(Thanks to fergus at bonhard dot uklinux dot net for these instructions.)Please note that these instructions are very old and are referring to thesomewhat different setup of a Cygwin 1.5.x release. As soon as somebody setthis up for recent Cygwin releases, we might add this information here.
NTFS symlinks have a type. They are either a "file" or a "directory",depending on the target file type. This information is utilized especiallyby Windows Explorer to show the correct file or directory icon in filelistings without having to check on the target file and to know whatactions are provided by clicking on the symlink. However, if a NTFSsymlink points to a file "foo", and "foo" is deleted and replaced bya directory "foo", the symlink type of an NTFS symlink pointing to "foo"is unchanged and subsequently Windows Explorer will misbehave.Consequentially, creating dangling NTFS symlinks is a nuisance, sincethe library does not know what type the still-to-be-created symlinktarget will be. Cygwin will not create dangling NTFS symlinks, butfallback to creating the default symlink type (winsymlinks:native) orjust fail (winsymlinks:nativestrict).
%x denotes an int argument. The value printed by printf is a 4 byte value,so on x86_64 the printed pointer value is missing its upper 4 bytes; the outputis very likely wrong. Use %p instead, which portable across architectures:
Paint.NET v3.36 Released: August 26th, 2008 - DownloadThis is mostly a servicing release to make some small improvements and to fix a few important bugs.Improved: Effect rendering should be a little faster now.Changed: Implemented some changes to the "Add Noise" effect that were suggested by a forum member.Changed:The canvas background color is now always #c0c0c0.Changed: The auto-updater should now correctly detect .NET 3.5 and newer, which will help to save bandwidth when Paint.NET v4.0 is released (it will require .NET 3.5).Fixed: Paint.NET now works on a system that has the .NET 3.5 SP1 "Client Profile" installed.Fixed: When zoomed in and the cursor is to the top-left of the image (negative coordinates), the ruler is now highlighted in the correct area.Fixed: The effect rendering system no longer sets the "Tag" property on the configuration dialog.Fixed: Some incorrectly authored plugins would cause a crash when loading their support details (author, copyright, etc.).Fixed: There was a bug in the color wheel for IndirectUI that caused it to show the wrong values at initialization.Fixed: There was a performance problem for effects that used the IndirectUI color wheel control.Fixed: In some rare cases, Paint.NET would crash while shutting down.Fixed: When using the "Fixed Ratio" feature of the Rectangle Selection tool, it would crash if 0 was specified for both the width and height.Paint.NET v3.35 Released: July 7th, 2008This releases introduces a new Posterize adjustment, a new Intersect selection mode, dramatically improved performance for selection editing, and several small bug fixes.New:Posterize adjustment, by Ed Harvey.New: Intersect selection editing mode.Improved: Dramatically improved selection editing performance for the Add and Subtract modes (and also for Intersect). The performance used to be dependent on image size, and thus was often unusable on images larger than 1024x768 pixels. It is now dependent only on selection complexity (number of polygon edges) -- the improvement is generally between 3x and 1000x.New: When holding Ctrl or Alt for a selection tool, the cursor now has a plus or minus indicator.Changed: The canvas background is now a solid color instead of a gradient. The gradient was causing certain tone misjudgments related to bright versus dark colors.Changed: Shortcut key for Sepia is now Ctrl+Shift+E. The shortcut for Posterize is now Ctrl+Shift+P.Changed: Hotkeys for selection modes are now Left click for Replace, Control+Left click for Add (union), Alt+Left click for Subtract (difference), Ctrl+Left click for Intersect, and Ctrl+Right click for Invert (xor).Changed: When using a selection mode other than "replace", it will now draw the selection outline so that you can see both the original and resulting selection areas. Before, it would only draw the resulting selection area outline, which made modes such as Intersect hard to use.Fixed: The Resize dialog had some rounding errors with the "Maintain aspect ratio" feature, which caused a few discrepancies and even a spurious "out of memory" error.Fixed: Some quirks with the Color Wheel control for IndirectUI-based effect plugins.Fixed: Several miscellaneous and rare crashes.Fixed: The installer would display a bizarre error if a "blank" install folder was attempted.Fixed: The installer now only accepts absolute path locations, instead of relative ones. This fixes an ambiguity between where Paint.NET believes it is installing itself to, and the directory that Windows Installer actually uses.Fixed: Sometimes pasting would result in a crash when certain types of malfored data were on the clipboard.Fixed: It was possible to get around some of the protections imposed by the IndirectUI system. This was causing instability with some effect plugins such as "Fern Fractal".Fixed: There were some issues with the implementation of "linked" sliders for effects based on IndirectUI.Paint.NET v3.31Released:May 1st, 2008 -DownloadThis is mostly a servicing release to fix a few important bugs.New: Enabled integration with Window Clippings, which is a high quality screen capture utility by Kenny Kerr.Fixed: Fixed a crash with the Open/Save dialogs if the Documents or Pictures directories were either inaccessible or if the user did not have certain file system permissions.Changed / Fixed: The hotkey for Adjustments -> Levels is now Ctrl+Shift+L instead of Ctrl+Alt+L. This was preventing certain characters, such as the Polish 'ł', from being typed.Paint.NET v3.30Released:April 10th, 2008Thisrelease adds an Italian translation, a new "Fragment Blur" effect, and the ability to save PNG images at 8- and 24-bit color depths. For developers, the IndirectUI system has some new controls, some new constraint rules, and can now be used for file type plugins. 2b1af7f3a8