printf "firstname.lastname@example.org" | sed "s/die.bots/krathalan.net/g"
B46B 3262 73E4 A1D2 1AAA 3F6F 529A C100 50BD 24EF
Thanks for your bug report. I have moved wtwitch development to Github, so I just noticed your report!
datethat comes with FreeBSD does not have the required option (
wtwitchneeds to display the date described by a string instead of the current date (see this discussion on Stack Exchange: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/4588/calculate-the-date-from-1125-days-ago-on-non-gnu-systems)
I have implemented a fix for this by forcing
gdateon *BSD systems. This does require you to install the GNU coreutils, but from what I understand they should not overwrite or replace in any way the *BSD utils.
You can test this fix with the following steps:
$ rm -rf wtwitch/ # if you are using the old sourcehut repo $ git clone https://github.com/krathalan/wtwitch $ cd wtwitch/src $ bash wtwitch check
Let me know if this works!
Sorry, I wasn't aware there was a list service with srht. I just created a discussion list for apparmor-profiles which should have the address you mentioned in the issue. Can you try resending the email and letting me know if it works?
Just pushed 2.2.0 to the AUR, let me know if that works for you! Just run
wtwitch fto toggle the printing of offline subs with
I will definitely look in to these other issues. Your #2 issue should be fairly easy to fix. For #1, can you send a debug log of the over 100 sub error please?
Sure, I can add a config option for that. Look for a release in the next week or two. :)
Please check out the new version 2.1.0 (with bash completion) and report any issues or bugs.
Thanks for the issue.
I do agree this would be a nice feature to have. I need to look into how to write bash completion files.
I wasn't sure that it was the same. Thanks for confirming.
Having an issue where the logs for my task "unit-tests" have started encountering an error.
Running the unit tests manually on my machine produces the same output as this build: https://builds.sr.ht/~krathalan/job/258409#task-unit-tests
Yet when I updated the expected output in a following commit I can no longer see logs: https://builds.sr.ht/~krathalan/job/258579#task-unit-tests
This commit seems to have been the one that broke log fetching: https://git.sr.ht/~krathalan/wtwitch/commit/3b5b90ed7a330a212d9340d038376aeb51af2f50
The only difference I can see is that there seems to be one binary "character" in the expected output data: "�"
I found this ticket that may be what I'm experiencing: https://todo.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/builds.sr.ht/210
After removing the strange character from the outputs I no longer have this issue: https://builds.sr.ht/~krathalan/job/259647#task-unit-tests
FWIW, the strange character seemed to be caused by setting LANG=C and LC_ALL=C in the script that I'm testing.