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Tiny Core v2.9
« on: March 02, 2010, 04:27:18 PM »
Tiny Core V2.9 is now posted at http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/distributions/tinycorelinux/2.x/release/

Change log:

* Upgraded udev to v151 with several rule adjustments and new rules added.
* Updated libstdc++ v6.0.9 to support exceptions.
* Updated glibc v2.9 to support i486.
* Updated wbar - eliminated background relics.
* Updated appbrowser - added "Provides" to search for "What provides", also error handling & speed improvements.
* Updated appsaudit - added "Display All Not Depends On".
* Updated tc-config - persistent home and/or opt, changed ext only support to not Microsoft file system support.
* Updated ab to use tmp work files.
* Improved language support by auto loading locale support extension(s) when both "lang=  " and the "-locale.tcz" extension(s) are available in tce/optional.
* Renamed *.core.gz to simply *.gz for ISO9660 compliance.
* Added support for /etc/profile.d/
* Added functions checkroot and checknotroot for improved user handling.
* New "Set TCE Drive" in control panel to setup TCE directory, optional and mydata.tgz from cloud mode.
* Upgraded tce-load and appsaudit to support copy2fs flag and list in the base tce directory.
* Updated OnDemand to also support re-launching applicatons. Now one can always use the OnDemand menu section.
* Updated support for easy mode remastering /opt/tce now uses onboot.lst, copy2fs flag and list in static base /opt/tce.
* Updated tc-config to also make, if necessary, optional directory when tce= boot code is used.
* Added cache, .logo.xpm, and stats.txt to default /opt/.xfiletool.lst
* Updated  /opt/.xfiletool.lst to persist OnDemand menu item across reboots via normal backup.
* Clean up of reported relics and empty directories.
* Updated f2 & f3 boot message screens.
* Dropped the embedded help file.
* Updated Control Panel, label change TCE Update to Update Apps.
* Purged system menu Tools section with item already present in Control Panel.
* Updated tce-load - added support for recursive dependencies (still in testing mode).

Notes:

Since the embedded help file has been dropped, your system menu, likely in your backup will need to be adjusted. Edit/remove such entry.

The following have been added to the default /opt/.xfiletool.lst:

cache
home/tc/.wmx/Applications
home/tc/.logo.xpm
home/tc/stats.txt


Items likely in your backup or persistent store that need to be updated
/home/tc/.wmx/Tools/

Attention extension makers, please test the new recursive dependency process, but hold in abeyance until recursion final is announced.

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Re: Tiny Core v2.9
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2010, 10:36:55 AM »
About the new toggle in appbrowser, between search and provides; I think mere toggling it shouldn't need to affect the list.

Currently the list is cleared on toggle.
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Re: Tiny Core v2.9
« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2010, 11:09:51 PM »
OK.

Also concerning appbrowser. robc once wrote:
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This is more of an annoyance then a bug, especially when loading extensions with many deps such as compiletc from appbrowser. Would it be possible for the new windows to not take the user's focus so the user can do other work while waiting?
I have decided to drop the many popup windows that appear while using appbrowser. It is, soon to be was, annoying that you could not effectively use other windows as the focus would constantly be grabbed by the popups. On some window managers and desktop environment, the many popups did not look good, e.g., window clipping. Appbrowser will now show status within the appbrowser window in the next release.
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