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ttuuxxx


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PostPosted: Mon 22 Dec 2008, 18:04    Post_subject:  

Aitch wrote:
try this ttuuxxx

http://xarchiver.xfce.org/

Aitch Smile


You are a Genius!!!!!!! Smile
xarchiver what I've tested so far is, rpm,deb,wal,wsz,xpi,zip,tar.gz,and YESSSSS tar.bz2 extracts very quickly:) under 1 minute for Firefox sources a 16+minute saving:)SmileSmileSmile
Sure it doesn't do .pet or pup because its a non standard but I'm sure that we could get that working Smile
Anyways WhoDo if your reading this, Please, Please add this tiny application in the next puppy release, if not to replace XArchive then to just supplement it, It also would be good if we had it recognize mimes for tar.bz2,rpm,wal,xpi since XArchive has no clue what to do with them by default,
I have included at the bottom 2 version, one with doc and locales included and one with no doc's and no locales, just in English, Probably the one to use if WhoDo decides to included it in the next puppy release. But first we would have to work on the mime types Smile
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PostPosted: Mon 22 Dec 2008, 18:13    Post_subject:  

SirDuncan wrote:
ttuuxxx wrote:
I've used 7Zip in windows, but the default 7zip for linux is command line, I'm looking for a gui, Plus i found a Gui for 7zip but it needed Python stuff, so thats still a no go.

What about Peazip? I seem to remember it being a bit larger, but it's my archiver of choice when I have to work on Windows machines.


Hi SirDuncan earlier I posted that Peazip works but its way too large, like 6.2MB pet, I was looking for something that worked and was small. Anyways how ya been? I haven't seen you posting much lately on here? Same with alienjeff? Hope all is well
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PostPosted: Tue 23 Dec 2008, 13:21    Post_subject:  

ttuuxxx wrote:
Hi SirDuncan earlier I posted that Peazip works but its way too large, like 6.2MB pet, I was looking for something that worked and was small.

ttuuxxx wrote:
also Peazip is very fast also, not as fast as command line, but under a minute. Too bad its so large

Oops, I guess I must have zoned out before the end of your post. My faux pas.

ttuuxxx wrote:
Anyways how ya been? I haven't seen you posting much lately on here? Same with alienjeff? Hope all is well

Oh, I'm fine. I'm just not a very prolific poster. Normally, by the time I have decided what I want to say, someone else has already said it.

AJ has been posting to his blog and website a lot, so I wouldn't worry about him too much.

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PostPosted: Tue 23 Dec 2008, 15:37    Post_subject:  

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You are a Genius!!!!!!! Smile


aw shucks, ttuuxxx

Glad you like it - seems modifiable, too, eh?

One of my appeals is full internationalisation, so glad to see/promote this

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Xarchiver is already available in a lot of languages, but even more languages are missing from the list. The documentation is only available in English language. So if you are good at translating software to new languages or improving existing translations, feel free to join us on the xfce-i18n mailing list.
Donations:
Do you like Xarchiver? Offer me a pizza, so that I can enjoy it while coding..... Wink Very Happy Very Happy


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PostPosted: Tue 23 Dec 2008, 15:54    Post_subject:  

ttuuxxx wrote:
Anyways WhoDo if your reading this, Please, Please add this tiny application in the next puppy release, if not to replace XArchive then to just supplement it, It also would be good if we had it recognize mimes for tar.bz2,rpm,wal,xpi since XArchive has no clue what to do with them by default,

Downloaded and taken under advisement. Wink

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PostPosted: Tue 23 Dec 2008, 16:30    Post_subject:  

@ WhoDo
This is becoming a bear of a thread - Is there a chance you could start a new one with your summary of what's in, what's out & what's tentative/proposed, possibly with links to said packages in the initial post so that we could help with testing.

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PostPosted: Tue 23 Dec 2008, 20:31    Post_subject:  

technosaurus wrote:
- Is there a chance you could start a new one with your summary of what's in, what's out & what's tentative/proposed, possibly with links to said packages in the initial post so that we could help with testing.


Done. See here for Puppy 4.2 Deep Thought development thread under Projects.

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PostPosted: Wed 24 Dec 2008, 01:04    Post_subject:  

Thanks Whodo - I filtered through the threads & added most of the high points to the Deep Thought wikki as well if they weren't already there
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PostPosted: Wed 24 Dec 2008, 08:50    Post_subject:  

i think we will have pmusic and gxine in 4.2 (right?).

if so, i would suggest that we split the actual defaultmediaplayer in

defaultaudioplayer => pmusic
defaultmediaplayer => gxine

and link all audio-mimetypes that were definitely supported by pmusic with defaultaudioplyer and leave all other with defaultmediaplayer.

to simply play some mp3s or oggs, we don't have to start gxine.

also we could add defaultaudioplayer to the right-click-menu in rox.

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PostPosted: Wed 24 Dec 2008, 09:06    Post_subject:  

aragon wrote:
i think we will have pmusic and gxine in 4.2 (right?).

if so, i would suggest that we split the actual defaultmediaplayer in

defaultaudioplayer => pmusic
defaultmediaplayer => gxine

and link all audio-mimetypes that were definitely supported by pmusic with defaultaudioplyer and leave all other with defaultmediaplayer.

to simply play some mp3s or oggs, we don't have to start gxine.

also we could add defaultaudioplayer to the right-click-menu in rox.

cheers
aragon

I agree with you 100% the only thing that I would like to see is that Pmusic gets a equalizer, I did talk to him about it and basically we would have to figure out some sort of code for it. I like pmusic a lot, but I'm still resorting back to other media players to play my cd's / mp3's, alsa does have a eq plugin at sourceforge but it doesn't compile well with puppy, also xmms has a eq plugin, that could work if we had a developer look at the source. Natural sound is nice but a bit of treble and bass boost is always nicer:)
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PostPosted: Wed 24 Dec 2008, 09:26    Post_subject:  

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Natural sound is nice but a bit of treble and bass boost is always nicer Smile


Try this - 31 band eq, much better than treble/bass only Wink

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=51304&package_id=50587

http://rteq.sourceforge.net/

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As of 2007-06-06 21:53, this project is no longer under active development. Sad


others

http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/apps/sound/mixers/

You might also like this

http://www.greenend.org.uk/rjk/disorder/

and how about IR control?

http://www.blackfiveservices.co.uk/irmix.shtml

If you want proaudio tools, fons adriaensen's Japa [parametric/analyser] etc here

http://www.kokkinizita.net/linuxaudio/index.html

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JAPA is a 'perceptual' or 'psychoacoustic' audio spectrum
analyser. This means that the filters that are used to
analyse the spectrum have bandwidths that are neither
constant (as in JAAA), nor proportional to the center
frequency (as in a 1/3 octave band analyser), but tuned
to human perception. With the default settings, JAPA uses
a filter set that closely follows the Bark scale.


Happy Xmas, ttuuxxx Laughing

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PostPosted: Wed 24 Dec 2008, 10:43    Post_subject:  

Man thats a lot of links, I'll try each of them and see what happens, thanks for that Smile
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PostPosted: Wed 24 Dec 2008, 11:42    Post_subject:  

aragon wrote:
also we could add defaultaudioplayer to the right-click-menu in rox.
I will add a right click option for pmusic to my collection of right click handlers. None of the other filetypes currently have a right-click option that is to explicitly launch "default player/editor/viewer" so I am not sure there should be one for audio.
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Jan 2009, 09:44    Post_subject:  

Can we club the libraries/components/plugins from Firefox/Thunderbird/Seamonkey together so we can save some space?
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PostPosted: Sat 03 Jan 2009, 04:38    Post_subject:  

Hi WhoDo If you go to this thread
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=262561#262561
I'll be supporting Xarchiver, So far its been updated at that thread with some mime types and also add Sir Duncan's unrar and 7zip extensions with the Mime's included with those you can make and extract 7zip and Rar files below is an image of the types you can make
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