python-pycurl, glib2, djvulibre, python3.9, git
We released version 7.44.1-2 of python-pycurl (A Python interface to libcurl), version 2.46.2-2 of glib2 (A library of handy utility functions), version 3.5.28-1 of djvulibre (DjVu viewers, encoders, and utilities), version 3.9.5-6 of python 3.9 (Version 3.9 of the Python interpreter), version 2.30.2-2 of git (Fast Version Control System)
It is uploaded as rpm to the netlabs rel or exp repository. To install, use either yum or ANPM. If anyone prefers a zip file, those are available at the netlabs rel repo or at the netlabs exp repo.
Non rpm work:
We released a test browser to some testers.
To be able to finish this all we urgently need more sponsors!!!.
Behind the scenes
There are more projects being worked on. If you are interested in it all, please look at our GitHub repo's.
Again to be able to finish this all we urgently need more sponsors!!!.
What's new in python-pycurl:
- provide a python-pycurl and obsolete the old version
- update to 7.44.1
- reync spec with fedora version
- provide libgio to force update as well
- update to version 2.46.2
- resync with fedora spec
- update to version 3.5.28
- resync with fedora spec
- fix reading pyc files
- fix isabs for in bootstrap
- fix spawn
- add HOME as ~ replacement
- disable email, as we lack still some perl stuff
- update to version 2.32.2
- resync spec with fedora spec
To be able to finish our goals we need your support. Please sponsor as much as possible via our webshop or via our Patreon page.
We are proud to announce that we now deliver the version 4.1.11 GA.
Apache OpenOffice for OS/2 and OS/2 based systems 4.1.11 GA
This GA fixes several issues found in 4.1.8
The GA version includes English, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Dutch and Russian language pack. And of course this version comes nicely packed in a wpi. A rpm version of it will be available shortly.
Apache OpenOffice is the open productivity suite, consisting of several mighty applications, such as Calc, Writer, Base, Impress and several more. Apache OpenOffice is compatible to the leading commercial productivity suite.
You need only one complete wpi for your preferred language. If you want to install an additional language you need only the language wpi for the new language.
For additional installation information, please read the readme file. The file is also found in the download directory.
To fill a bug please use the Apache bugtracker. If you create a ticket, please also set your ticket to block ticket 118923.
If you ever bought a Apache OpenOffice Development unit in our shop, you will receive a link shortly. If that's not the case, please send us an e-mail. If you are a first time customer, then please buy a Apache OpenOffice Development unit at our online shop. The download link will then be sent within some hours.
Some remarks for this release:
This AOO release needs the latest ICU library. So if AOO doesn't start after installation make sure you have the latest ICU installed (which is version 68.1). The second pitfall might be you miss libxslt. This lib is not installed by default in ArcaOS.
Development units help to pay the costs for developing OS/2 compatible ports of Apache OpenOffice. Development unit purchases help to ensure that development will continue. Note: you are not buying an Apache OpenOffice license. Apache OpenOffice is licensed under the terms of the Apache License v2.0.
Below you find the current state of all fundraising campaigns to port Qt 5 to OS/2
Qt 5 donation meter
We estimated in 2018 that we need around 42000 €. But it turns out this estimate was too optimistic. As of today 21.01.2021 the new estimate is 7000 € higher, which means 49000 € in total.
As of 08.11.2021 we collected 49000 €.
More on the Qt 5 Port can be found here.