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Kuroo

   0.81.0_rc1  

KDE System Tool

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Link:  http://kuroo.org
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  14996
Submitted:  Sep 6 2004
Updated:  Sep 6 2007

Description:

A KDE Portage frontend that allows you to do most common software maintenance tasks on gentoo systems.
Joint project with openusability.org.

With this version we have established a GUI that allows you to do your most common tasks you have to do in your emerge-life. Kuroo does not aim to subsitute the power of the command-line EMERGE, but is thought as a little helper for your daily life. We will continue to enable more powerfull features in the forthcoming versions. If you like to ask for a certain functionallity feel invited to do so on: kuroo.org, #kuroo or info@kuroo.org.

Feature highlight:
Unified package view: fast package browsing and searching with filters.
Package Inspector for advanced package management.
Configuration files management with KDiff3.
Support for multiple portage overlay's.
Package stability calculation.




Changelog:

0.81:
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BUGFIXES:
#61
#243
#248

ENHANCEMENTS:
Solved a glitch wich would show a filter related error when no updates are available.
fetchrestricted for eclean is not needed unless destructive is used too (solved)
eclean bug: Does not exists minutes measure. Changing default to hours.
Added possibility to set custom buffer size in number of lines.
Removed included SQLite support in favor of a external SQLite library.
Updated credits of About box




LicenseGPL
Gentoo(Kuroo ebuild)
Gentoo(Reporting bugs and feature requests)
Gentoo(Installation instructions)
Gentoo(Source)
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 system sounds?

 
 by hds on: May 14 2006
 
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hmm, i switched them off completly here, but Kuroo is using them anyway?


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 Re: system sounds?

 
 by Schnacki on: May 16 2006
 
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Do you run kuroo as root? Did you switch off sounds for root, too?


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 Re: Re: system sounds?

 
 by hds on: May 17 2006
 
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well, via kdesu
looks like kuroo added a new entry, i checked the settings in kcontrol again and now the sound is gone ;)


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 SUGGESTION!

 
 by MMax on: Jul 12 2006
 
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hey guys nice work!

I've tested Kuroo and it's great but I still got suggetstion that might boost usability.

I installed tried an aplications and uninstalled if i didn't like it. I did that alot last few days. So for every uninstall I had to search for the package again.

Verry simpler it would be to add a right click menu (popup with an uninstall option) at the History page for installed packages.

What do you think?


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 Re: SUGGESTION!

 
 by kinkerlitzchen on: Jul 22 2006
 
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This sounds like a reasonable suggestion. We may consider it in a future release :)

Thanks for your feedback!


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 virtual/jdk problem

 
 by vicaya on: Sep 23 2006
 
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Looks like kuroo cannot handle virtual package properly in package.keywords.

Everytime I use kuroo to edit the keywords file, it would drop the virtual/jdk entry which is necessary for java 1.5 setup (I have both 1.4 and 1.5 installed.) and portage would no longer work until I add the entry back (manually or through kuroo.)


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 package.keywords dir

 
 by ArneBab on: Jan 5 2007
 
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hi,

Does kuroo support managing the package.keywords as directory structure?

That's what I use, so I wanted to ask before I dabble with it.


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 Re: package.keywords

 
 by karye on: Feb 10 2007
 
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No the current release does not.


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 Great

 
 by isit on: Jan 26 2007
 
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I must say that Kuroo shines. I've hardly ever used the portage command line since I emerged Kuroo!
I just wanted to make a little suggestion to improve the filtering mechanism. I was thinking that it shouldn't be too hard to introduce the possibility to invert the filtering, perhaps using a toggle button or something.
Scenario: I want to know what else is to be updated except the 65 KDE related "revision" updates I decided to ignore.

Thanks for the software!


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 Re: Great

 
 by karye on: Feb 10 2007
 
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Nice!
Unfortunately Kuroo is not actively developed for the moment due to lack of spare time...


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 emerge in a screen?

 
 by ArneBab on: Feb 7 2007
 
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Hi,

Does kuroo emerge in a screen?

If not, then that would make a great feature, because then emerging wouldn't stop when you close kuroo, and even an X-Server crash wouldn't drag it down.

Besides: Thanks a lot! I like kuroo very much!


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 Re: emerge in a scre

 
 by karye on: Feb 10 2007
 
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Good idea!
Unfortunately Kuroo is not actively developed for the moment due to lack of spare time...


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 Re: Re: emerge in a scre

 
 by ArneBab on: Feb 12 2007
 
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augh...

Is there some way to help development?

Since it's time you're lacking, I assume a donation wouldn't help that much...

Kuroo is the best portage management tool out there (I know of). It's slick, efficient and extremely useable, and I would love to see it flourish even more!

I think it could be one of the major steps to make Gentoo more useable to general users (and to make it possible to create powerful end-user distributions using Gentoo).


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 Re: Re: Re: emerge i

 
 by StormByte on: Aug 22 2007
 
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Don't worry!

Its development has just been started again. New hot features will come in a future (parallel emerge, new dependency calculation, maybe faster than even the emerge itself...)

Be patient please :)


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