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Fabien LOISON
@flozz
If I have some time, I will try to port it to GTK 4
Carlos Soriano Sánchez
@csoriano_gitlab
cool, looking at the code doesn't seem that much would have changed
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
can I build a dev branch of Nautilus with GNOME Builder ?
ok thats great if there is not much to do :)
Carlos Soriano Sánchez
@csoriano_gitlab
yes, unfortunately external extensions are not supported with flatpaked Nautilus yet, we seriously need to rework the whole extension system :/
(although supporting this wouldn't need a rework, but rather some code to support Flatpak extensions)
so my advice would be to have a fedora 28/rawhide and build Nautilus natively there
I did that yesterday for my extensions testing, and it worked just fine
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
I think I can install this on a VM or on my old laptop :)
Carlos Soriano Sánchez
@csoriano_gitlab
cool
I didn't merge yet that work though
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
ok
Carlos Soriano Sánchez
@csoriano_gitlab
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
When will GTK4 Nautilus be released ?
Carlos Soriano Sánchez
@csoriano_gitlab
and related merge requests
that's the thing, I'm not sure... maybe a wiser option would be to release early 3.30 and branch already for 3.32
so we will have more than one cycle to pull this off and leave time for extension devs to do the port
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
ok :)
I joined #nautilus
Carlos Soriano Sánchez
@csoriano_gitlab
ah cool
what nickname?
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
FLOZz
Sam Robbins
@samrobbins85
Nautilus terminal shows up, but doesn't follow where I go in nautilus with cd commands, any advice?
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
Hi, is there some useful log if you run this in the terminal: nautilus -q && nautilus ?
Sam Robbins
@samrobbins85
Not sure what I'm supposed to do about this "PyGIWarning: Vte was imported without specifying a version first. Use gi.require_version('Vte', '2.91') before import to ensure that the right version gets loaded."
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
This is not related to your issue
I forgot to tell you to execute the following command first: export NAUTILUS_TERMINAL_DEBUG=true
this will enable debug logs of Nautilus Terminal
Sam Robbins
@samrobbins85
No other errors come up
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
when you start nautilus with Nautilus Terminal enabled and with this in the environment, it should print a lot of lines
How did you installed Nautilus Temrinal ?
Sam Robbins
@samrobbins85
I installed it from the aur, and had errors, so then uninstalled it from there and installed it through pip
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
ok, so you should have the latest version
you restarted nautilus with export NAUTILUS_TERMINAL_DEBUG=true && nautilus -q && nautilus ?
Sam Robbins
@samrobbins85
Yes
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
Hum... I am reading at my code to find why you have no log
oh wait a minute
I forget there is an issue with recent distro → https://github.com/flozz/nautilus-terminal/issues/12#issuecomment-386737370
I reported it 2 month ago to the GNOME projet but I still have no answer → https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/pygobject/issues/214
Sam Robbins
@samrobbins85
Ok thanks for all the help
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
that's probably why I forgot it :(
sorry to not being more helpful
Neur1n
@Neur1n
Hello. I was following the instructions in this issue (#15), but still cannot make it works. Is it supposed to work on Ubuntu 16.04 + Python 3.5? Thanks.
Fabien LOISON
@flozz
Hello @Neur1n, I know it does not work on ubuntu 14.04 (#9), but I think it should be ok on 16.04
Have you some logs? (try to stop nautilus and start it again from a terminal with the following commands: nautilus -q && nautilus )
Neur1n
@Neur1n
Oh, so it says "No module named nautilus_terminal.crowbar"
Here is the full output:
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Fabien LOISON
@flozz
Hum... you said you installed Nautilus Terminal using Python 3.5 right ?
I just remebered that Nautilus Python use Python 2.7, you should install Nautilus Terminal for Python 2.7