0.5.9.0 released

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0.5.9.0 released

Postby markybob » Thu May 01, 2008 6:54 am

Yes, we're all looking forward to 0.6 being released...but for now, here's 0.5.9.0.
Changelog:
Deluge 0.5.9.0 (30 April 2008)
* Fix ratio
* Fix opening folers/files on windows
* Move all packages to use Python 2.5

As usual, the ftp servers will be synced at 9:15am UTC. Enjoy

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Re: 0.5.9.0 released

Postby scrapmetal » Thu May 01, 2008 12:47 pm

seems like a great release. i havent noticed any problems. ratio seems fine too :)
well done
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Re: 0.5.9.0 released

Postby mezz » Thu May 01, 2008 4:38 pm

I have noticed a change in setup.py by disable -DAMD64. Is it accident or we (packager/maintainer) need to add -DAMD64 by ourselves? I don't mind to do it by myself as I already do that for sparc64 and ia64 for long time.

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# Done through debian/rules, as all arches are not handled
#    if ARCH == "x64":
#        EXTRA_COMPILE_ARGS.append("-DAMD64")

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Re: 0.5.9.0 released

Postby markybob » Thu May 01, 2008 9:24 pm

mezz wrote:I have noticed a change in setup.py by disable -DAMD64. Is it accident or we (packager/maintainer) need to add -DAMD64 by ourselves? I don't mind to do it by myself as I already do that for sparc64 and ia64 for long time.

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# Done through debian/rules, as all arches are not handled
#    if ARCH == "x64":
#        EXTRA_COMPILE_ARGS.append("-DAMD64")

that's not disabling, it's defining, or enabling, however you wanna call it :P anyway, it's not required. you can leave it or remove it at will

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Re: 0.5.9.0 released

Postby loki » Fri May 02, 2008 12:41 am

Seems "open containing folder" is still not working.

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Re: 0.5.9.0 released

Postby mezz » Fri May 02, 2008 1:22 am

markybob wrote:that's not disabling, it's defining, or enabling, however you wanna call it :P

Yeah, I mean by it's not define anymore for 64bit.

markybob wrote:anyway, it's not required. you can leave it or remove it at will

I am a bit confuse. Do you mean by we don't need to define AMD64 anymore for 64bit system? or just not need to do in setup.py, but packagers need to add AMD64 define in our package for 64bit system?

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Re: 0.5.9.0 released

Postby markybob » Fri May 02, 2008 3:37 am

i'm saying it'll work either way. gcc is smart enough to figure things out. if you're using an old version of gcc and have problems, then you can try adding it back.

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Re: 0.5.9.0 released

Postby mezz » Fri May 02, 2008 6:14 am

Thanks, I will keeping it since we support multi-version of FreeBSD and one version (6.x) still has GCC 3.x.

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Re: 0.5.9.0 released

Postby runeks » Sat May 03, 2008 7:38 am

Everything seems to be working here, except for Deluge's icon. After updating (via Update Manager in Ubuntu) I had to manually set the icon for the launcher in my GNOME panel. After starting Deluge, its icon in the panel (the panel where, for example, my Pidgin, network status etc. icons are when they are running) looks as if the icon it is trying to use doesn't exist.

I've attached a screenshot of how it looks.
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Re: 0.5.9.0 released

Postby Gasten » Sat May 03, 2008 8:25 am

as mentioned in another thread... the torrents are scrambled when restarting deluge.


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