Gnome-shell-extension-openweather available from my repo !
Now you can also install packages for the gnome-shell-extension-openweather
from my repo.
It's an extension for the gnome-shell (yes, I use it and after a short time I really feel comfortable with it !), using weather data from OpenWeatherMap
Up to ten days forecast for almost each location in the world.
It's not (yet) in the official gnome-shell extensions repo>
, but it's waiting for a review.
Unfortunately the review process takes very long, probably because of a lack of maintainers.
Not available for CentOS/RedHat !
The software is completely free, and will continue to be free.
But the server is not free and my coffee consumption is growing rapidly, while working on the packages.
A small donation would help me to fund at least the latter.
There are packages for Fedora 18 to 20 and RedHat/CentOS 5 and 6 available.
To install my repo download and install this rpm for Fedora or this rpm for RedHat/CentOS.
It should add my repo automatically into /etc/yum.repos.d/ and my public-key to yums key-list.
On RedHat/CentOS 5 and older revisions of 6 (as far as I know up to 6.2) you need to add repoforge (former rpmforge) to your repolist, to be able to install the needed wxGTK-package. See http://repoforge.org/use for an instruction.
On RedHat/CentOS >= 6.3 make sure you have the extra-repo enabled.
Redhat/CentOS 5 also needs an installed hunspell-package, if you want to install the contrib-plugins. I build the package against hunspel from atomicorp.com, see: http://www6.atomicorp.com/channels/atomic/centos/5EL/. Other packages (if available) might also work.
There seem to be no recent enough boost-packages available for RedHat/CentOS 5, so the NassiShneidermann-plugin is not available in the contrib-plugins for these systems.
You can also download the C::B binary-packages and sources directly from the RedHat/CentOS 5, RedHat/CentOS 6, Fedora 18, Fedora 19 or Fedora 20 directory.
The sources can be used on all platforms.
The repo is called (un-)official, because it's on my private server and it's up to me to provide updates and bugfixes.
I try to keep the repositories on my server up to date.
But I can't guarantee that I have the time to do it every day.
If you find any bugs in Code::Blocks please read the posts in the Code::Blocks - forum or view Code::Blocks BTS before you file a bug-report yourself.
Nevertheless, if you want to contact me directly, you can send me an E-Mail or a Personal Message via the Code::Blocks - forum (nickname jens).