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|Name: when-command-lang||Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP3|
|Version: 0.9.12~beta5||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: bp153.1.13||Build date: Mon Mar 1 09:53:05 2021|
|Group: System/Localization||Build host: lamb61|
|Size: 38280||Source RPM: when-command-0.9.12~beta5-bp153.1.13.src.rpm|
|Summary: Translations for package when-command|
Provides translations for the "when-command" package.
* Tue May 09 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to version 0.9.12~beta5 (changes since 0.9.12~beta3): * When an interval based condition was created and hours were chosen as time unit, the applet ignored this choice and still used minutes (gh#almostearthling/when-command#91). * Introduce some more thorough checks when registering stock and user events, so that unsupported D-Bus signals result in disabled events when all possible implementations have been tried for. This resulted in a more portable way to handle battery related events, that weren't actually functioning on Ubuntu 16.04 due to changes in the D-Bus implementation (gh#almostearthling/when-command#92). * Sat Jul 23 2016 email@example.com - Update to version 0.9.12~beta3: * Add a possibility to reset the success status of condition tests so that also tests that have been successful during one very long session can be performed again at user's request. * Workaround a potential error when a locale is not supported. - Add a missing python3-gobject-Gdk dependency. * Mon May 16 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - Add rpmlintrc control file * Sat May 07 2016 email@example.com - Update to version 0.9.11~beta1 (changes since 0.9.10~beta2): * Fix a bug that would run activities scheduled for time specifications containing zeros immediately after their creation. * Fix a bug that prevented the disabled state of a condition to be retained when set through the Remote API. * Support the new interface to external devices featured in gvfs 1.26, lack of it prevented When to correctly register events related to connection of external storage devices. - Alter official when-command.desktop instead of supplying an other one. - Add a basic when-command.appdata.xml file. * Fri Mar 04 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to 0.9.10~beta2 (changes since 0.9.9~beta2): * Add possibility to pause selected condition checks through the remote API. * Fix a bug that prevented perstistence of suspension state if it had been set using the Remote D-Bus API. * Thu Feb 11 2016 email@example.com - Update to 0.9.9~beta2 (changes since 0.9.4~beta2): * Register all stock events from Linux Mint 17.x with Cinnamon desktop environment and Elementary OS Freya. * Inspect the idle time by directly querying the X server instead of relying on xprintidle. * Immediately apply most of the settings as soon as the Settings box is accepted. * Expose more conventionally named methods on the D-Bus. * A full-featured D-Bus interface. * Fix a bug that prevented dialog boxes to be shown if When was restarted in Minimalistic Mode and was reset to normal mode through the Settings dialog box. * The D-Bus Remote API is now rather stable and usable, through bug fixes and introduction of more thorough checks. * As a side effect, the import/export functions are more robust, as well as the ability to correctly create items from Item Definition Files. * Some glitches in the UI and other minor and possibly not-so-minor issues have been corrected. - Add some missing dependencies. * Tue Dec 29 2015 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to 0.9.4~beta2 (changes since 0.9.2~beta1): * Add battery related events for event-based conditions. Supported events are: charging, discharging, low battery. * Package has been stripped most of the documentation, since the documentation is much more accessible online than in the installation location. * A system-wide applet shortcut when using the LSB packaged version. * Item CLI Management (tasks, conditions and signal handlers can be added, listed and deleted using the CLI and item definition files). * Minimalistic Mode: the menu entries that show dialog boxes and their respective CLI counterparts can be hidden and disabled, de facto freezing the configuration and reducing memory footprint. * Mon Nov 23 2015 email@example.com - Initial package.
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