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Kio-Apt

   0.13.2  

KDE System Tool

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Kio-Apt
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Link:  http://lpnotfr.free.fr
Downloads:  5264
Submitted:  Nov 15 2003
Updated:  Nov 28 2006

Description:

An apt:/ protocol in konqueror which provides apt-cache functionalities :
- apt:/search?search_string
- apt:/show?package
- apt:/policy?package
and a few dpkg functionalities too:
- apt:/list?package lists the file in a package
- apt:/fsearch?file finds the package which owns the specified file

Any non-valid url, including apt:/, shows a page with a query form

When a package is listed in the results, it is shown as an hyperlink.

When kpkgmanager is installed, it show install and remove buttons.

IMPORTANT: the Debian package is now in the official Debian repository !!! :)




Changelog:

IMPORTANT: the Debian package is now in the official Debian repository !!! :)

== Version 0.13.2
* included a patch to make links in description field clickable
patch from Sergey Saukh
* include AMD64 in the list of architectures
patch taken from the Debian package
* included Swedish translation
from Daniel Nylander


0.13.1 Bugfixes. Rebuilt Debian package for the change in KDE package names. A package for 0.13.1 has been accepted in Debian, the packages at lpnotfr will disappear someday soon.




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 Speak 2 soon

 
 by caston on: Dec 21 2003
 
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the apt source is here:

http://lpnotfr.free.fr/debianpkgs


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 Re: Speak 2 soon

 
 by caston on: Dec 21 2003
 
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very nice.

Btw I was hoping it would also allow apt:/install?

The next release perhaps?

Then we just need to make html pages that sort all the applications into categories and sub-categories and my mum can use Debian, and possibly your boss as well!

thanks,

Chirs


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 Wishes

 
 by gsbarbieri on: Jan 5 2004
 
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Hello,

Good job!

Some things I would like to see:


  • apt:/ to show folders that represent the categories with the packages inside, so you could browse throught it. Maybe we could also use the sidebar. Dream: each category folder to have its own icon


  • apt-search:/ as suggested above. I like your solution to use web shortcuts.


  • Drag 'n' Drop Support: droping an .deb in some apt:/ should ask to install it... maybe it can be confusing, 'cause if you're in one category and drop a package from another, the package will not install in the actual one. Something to think.

    Drag and drop package from apt:/ to trash could ask to uninstall the package.


  • An special sidebar: something beautiful and usable, with a search form in the top, some actions in the middle and the package/category tree in the bottom. Maybe these 3 parts could be configurable, or don't have the tree, cause user can have it using the VFS (kio_apt) tree.




Maybe some distro could sponsor you? Lindows or another one could benefit from that! They could get ride of their click 'n' run?


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 Re: Wishes

 
 by gsbarbieri on: Jan 6 2004
 
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More wishes... (now that I'm using it)



  • In apt:/show?, the labels should be right aligned and multi-line should have the label left-aligned in a previous line, Ie:


    • Priority, Section, Installed-Size, ... should be right-algined.

    • Depends, Description, ... should be on a separate line, left-aligned, then should be a line with the contents.



  • The search form should be refactored. Search, Show and List the files of a package should be joined in just Search, if there's only one result, show it, otherwise, display the list (separated with a "exact match" if there's one), let the user view the package. Right below the package description we could have a {Show|Hide} Package Files, which display the list right there (below the package desc).

    Maybe this search field could be in the blue-bar (heading), at the top-right.


  • Search for a File should be hidden somewhere, maybe you could have a checkbox "[ ] search for files too" or even a link to an advanced form.



These wishes are much easier to implement than the previous one, I hope to see them ASAP ;) Just kidding! You're great!

Keep the good job!


Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri
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 Re: Re: Wishes

 
 by Lapinot on: Jan 10 2004
 
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  • I don't like the right-aligned thing, sorry :). But I think that
    placing titles of multi-line fields
    into separated lines could be a good one.

  • I really like the "Search/Show/List files" idea. But
    I don't like hiding "Search for a file".
  • since some packages have
    very VERY long file list, I don't like the idea of adding it to the end of the package description. Clicking in the titlebar is not a great problem I think :)


BTW: we shortcuts are coming in the 0.7


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 Re: Re: Re: Wishes

 
 by gsbarbieri on: Jan 12 2004
 
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Hi!

The right align is really a personal thing :)


If you hide the "Search for File", you can put that in the head bar without bloating the whole visual. Maybe a box "[ ] files" with a descriptive tooltip should do.


About the list at the end. You can keep the link at the top, but add the possibility to show both (description + files) is a big plus, something like rpmfind.net. You can keep the old behaviour with the link at the top and add other in the botom to show/hide file list. Maybe you can even rememer this state :)


And, what about the Drag & Drop?


Good we will have shortcuts!


Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Wishes

 
 by Lapinot on: Jan 13 2004
 
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Since I just used the 'search for file box', I'm afraid I'll definitely won't remove it. Sorry ;) BTW, I like the idea of the search box in the title bar, so it will go in.

For the removing of "show", I'm changing my mind. My main concern is that search is much MUCH longer than "show" alone.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by gsbarbieri on: Jan 14 2004
 
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Oh... :)

Why not use the apt-show:/package?

Just waiting the new version :D


Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri
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 great

 
 by aaron on: Jan 25 2004
 
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Great work :) Now you just need to make a kio:portage. Take your time.


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 Re: great

 
 by gnumdk on: Jan 25 2004
 
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And kio:urpmi :)


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 Re: great

 
 by RockHound on: Apr 7 2004
 
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I would love to see a kio::portage.. Would push the development of a nice portage kde frontend.

Good job!


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 Re: Re: great

 
 by ssokolow on: Jul 29 2006
 
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Agreed. kio:portage would be nice.


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 nice

 
 by ryk00ler on: Jan 29 2005
 
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wonderful tool and good work.
only i missed apt-get uprade perhaps next release ;)


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 kio-apt in Debian

 
 by Lapinot on: Nov 19 2006
 
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Emmanuel Bouthenot has repackages kio-apt to make it included in the official Debian archive. Many thanks to him.

As a result, the Debian packages at lpnotfr will disappear someday soon.


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