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Nano text editor, compiled on device.


Application versions: 
File nano-2.4.2-0.armv7hl.rpm307.38 KB06/08/2015 - 22:16
File nano-debuginfo-2.4.2-0.armv7hl.rpm101.59 KB06/08/2015 - 22:16
File nano-debugsource-2.4.2-0.armv7hl.rpm133.31 KB06/08/2015 - 22:16
File nano-lang-2.4.2-0.noarch.rpm247.94 KB06/08/2015 - 22:16

--Initial build for Sailfish OS


objectifnul's picture

Nothing to download??

Feathers_McGraw's picture

Sorry, I managed to compile it this morning but ran out of time to upload it before work. Download away! BTW if you get any weird issues with it, let me know. Edgley's build was playing up on my device (apparently not the only one), I compiled myself so I could test different options if the issue persists.

objectifnul's picture

I have nano 2.2.6-1.1.1.armv7hl installed.

When trying to upgrade, the answer is "There is no update candidate for nano-2.2.6-1.1.1.armv7hl" => DISMISS

So, perhaps a different name for your build would be a good idea ("nano24" for example)

Feathers_McGraw's picture

Oops I misread the version in your post, sorry! Thought it said 2.6.2. How are you trying to install btw? Warehouse? Pkcon or zypper? Wondering if you have my repo enabled.

objectifnul's picture

Yes I used warehouse. I wasn't aware first that there are two builds from two repositories (both enabled). Now I must make a choice between those builds, with little information on the differences. For example, Edgley's nano comes with a useful "nano-doc": Is it relevant for your build? Or maybe you might adapt it for 2.4.2-0? (I must confess I'm not really a heavy user).

Feathers_McGraw's picture

I think Edgley split the package up into chunks, presumably to save space. The docs are included in the main rpm in mine (about 80% of the package according to rpmlint!).