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Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
@paulcarroty done
VSCodium.github.io up to date; website should update within 24 hours
Ghost
@ghost~56ec5e3985d51f252ab99021
👍
Peter Bittner
@bittner
Can someone add a link to the repository or project website to the top header of this Gitter chat, please?
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
@bittner added a link to the repo
Peter Bittner
@bittner
@stripedpajamas Awesome, thank you!
Peter Bittner
@bittner
I'm struggling to find the instructions again on how to what else to deactivate after installing VSCodium (related to telemetry and stuff). It was somewhere, I thought, in the README or on the https://vscodium.com website. Any suggestions?
Peter Bittner
@bittner
Oh, it's in the DOCS.md, and it's even mentioned/linked to from in the README. - Sorry for the noise!
Peter Bittner
@bittner
@stripedpajamas Can you deactivate the Wiki in the project settings? It irritates me every time I click on it, for then to land on the "Code" tab.
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
Will do, @bittner
@paulcarroty was the package rename to "codium" strictly necessary?
Was originally thinking the package would stay named as vscodium and the binary would be codium
Peter Bittner
@bittner
I thought that too, but in the end also Microsoft's Visual Studio Code snap package is called "code". So, we're aligned.
We may want to discuss whether we want to align this throughout all platforms / distributions / etc.
Ghost
@ghost~56ec5e3985d51f252ab99021
@stripedpajamas yep, package manager does't provide vscodium anymore.
Ghost
@ghost~56ec5e3985d51f252ab99021

package would stay named as vscodium and the binary would be codium

it should be configured in build scripts, maybe applicationName in build.sh

also, updates are broken too, people should delete vscodium manually. It should be fixed via Provides and Obsoletes inside deb/rpm configs.
Rupansh Kek
@rupansh
does vscodium not support vcs?
Peter Bittner
@bittner
Of course, out-of-the-box. Just a VS Code does.
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
Have added CI support to the versions repo so that we can hopefully catch any hash mismatches as they occur rather than waiting for an issue about infinite update loops: https://travis-ci.com/VSCodium/versions
Ed Luff
@Rexogamer
Random question: what would I call the “publisher” of Codium
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
What do you mean by publisher?
@Rexogamer
Ed Luff
@Rexogamer
Who should I credit as the “company” behind this
@stripedpajamas
I’m currently adding support for Codium as an editor for Github Desktop
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
hmm
I am the maintainer; there isn't a company or organization per se. VSCodium is kind of its own org.
Ed Luff
@Rexogamer
Okay cool
Ed Luff
@Rexogamer
Also, what is the key for Codium found at SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\
(use regedit to find it)
if it changes depending on whether it’s 32 or 64 bit, can you post all the keys?
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
You can find the keys in the product.json file
They are different for 32 vs 64 bit
Ed Luff
@Rexogamer
i’m unable to access a pc with an os above XP :/
Ed Luff
@Rexogamer
I know it’s crazy but yeah...
And sorry for the amount of requests but what’s your Bundle ID on Mac?
feel free to just send me the product.json file
Ed Luff
@Rexogamer
please ignore that
a friend sent me the product.json
thanks anyway
kreck90
@kreck90
Thank you very much for the great work. I love code but I run 100% open-source and even if telemetry is OK, I don't really trust Microsoft binaries.
Could you please help me to build it locally on a Debian VM? I created an issue describing my problem: VSCodium/vscodium#272
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
taking a look at your issue now @kreck90
as a side note -- vscodium wasn't really meant to be built locally
since vscodium is essentially "buildings vscode locally", the readme says if you want to build locally, you might as well follow the instructions and build vscode locally
Peter Squicciarini
@stripedpajamas
have responded with some tips; let me know if it works!
kreck90
@kreck90
hi Peter, I understand the point of VSCodium - it's meant to be build by Travis. But it's also super beneficial to build it locally since you guys figured out how to remove Telemetry ;-)
thank you very much for removing that from really good app
Joel Wasserman
@joelwass
great app, peter!