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I believe that the gtk2 dep should be Xorg-7.7-lib or, perhaps better, the actual X libs it requires.

If Xorg-7.7 is considered a package, then it should include xorg-server. Since there is no Xorg-7.7-lib-dev, the the gtk1/2/3-dev extensions need Xorg-7.7-dev, which includes the xorg-server-dev dep.

In the x86 repo, Xorg-7.7 has xorg-server as a dep, so logically Xorg-7.7-dev should have xorg-server-dev as a dep.
dCore Imported Extensions / Re: One command update of the sce directory.
« Last post by Jason W on December 17, 2014, 05:02:24 PM »
I am taking it by the quiet that no news is good news.  Lots of changes, so I will give it about a week and copy the release candidates over to release..

There is an implicit dependence on xorg-server in gtk1-dev, gtk2, gtk2-dev, and cairo-dev tczs that has appeared in the 64-bit versions of these applications - in both the 5.x and 6.x repositories.
In the case of gtk2 it is through a dependence on Xorg-7.7. It occurs for gtk2-dev, and cairo-dev(5.x) from a dependence on the 64-bit version of Xorg-7.7-dev, and for cairo-dev(6.x) through a dependence on Xorg-7.7-3d-dev (which requires Xorg-7.7-dev).

The 32-bit versions of these applications have no such dependence on xorg-server.
Also, the 32-bit version of Xorg-7.7-dev has no dependence on xorg-server.

I am wondering why xorg-server is now an (implicit) dependency for the Corepure64 versions of these programs, when it is not in the 32-bit repositories?
Raspberry Pi / Re: PHP interpreter for Apache httpd server
« Last post by bmarkus on December 17, 2014, 10:58:20 AM »
php.tcz added to repo. For sure it is too big and must split up to smaller tcz's but good to start. You can advise how to split it.

Please try.
TCE Talk / Re: HP 2000-2b19WM Notebook Card(bus) Reader
« Last post by curaga on December 17, 2014, 10:44:50 AM »

The driver for it is not enabled in our config, so you'll need to build a custom kernel.
TCB Q&A Forum / Re: remaster core.cpio with xz (LZMA2) or zpaq (PAQ8P) compression
« Last post by curaga on December 17, 2014, 10:37:42 AM »
You don't really need XZ in the kernel, and your figures show you get more benefit out of zpaq. You can deploy a two-step solution to use any userspace compressor (zpaq, lrzip, etc.):
1. The initrd only includes TC base + your decompressor binary + command in bootsync.sh uncompressed.
2. Your additional files are in a tarball/lrzip file in the initrd, for example as /tmp/data.tar.zpaq.

In bootsync, you would extract that highly compressed data file over /, then delete it.

This gives you almost equal size to a fully zpaq-compressed initrd without requiring kernel support. Additional benefits include being able to implement a progress bar (kernel decompression is silent until success or failure). Boot speed is comparable to a fully compressed initrd, or perhaps even faster.
TCE Talk / Re: MuPDF
« Last post by bmarkus on December 17, 2014, 10:27:54 AM »
How does "submitting" a new extension work? "Submit" whereto?

Read WIKI http://wiki.tinycorelinux.net/wiki:creating_extensions
TCE Talk / Re: MuPDF
« Last post by a on December 17, 2014, 10:17:28 AM »
I've used evince2, yes, but, besides being larger in size, I found it crashing reproducibly, once resized beyond a certain point. So I don't find it usable, since I have to resize the window in order to be able to read something for most documents.

How does "submitting" a new extension work? "Submit" whereto?
Raspberry Pi / Re: PHP interpreter for Apache httpd server
« Last post by Alexey on December 17, 2014, 10:04:46 AM »
Why not using wget ??

Code: (bash) [Select]
wget -q -O - 'http://localhost/test.php?param1=12&param2=user' | head

...how can wget be used to execute php scripts on a web server? or what do you mean?
TCE Talk / Re: MuPDF
« Last post by Juanito on December 17, 2014, 09:47:18 AM »
Since there does not appear to be a properly working PDF reader in TC 6.x (and 5.x)
There's evince, no?

Although upgrading the extension while at it would be nice, seeing on these forums how update requests are more or less ignored
Please feel free to submit an updated extension
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