It seems that you are missing ruby-ronn. You can do sudo apt-get install ruby-ronn if you are on debian :)
I'm on Fedora, I tried doing that but it's not in the official repo, trying to figure out how to install it from other places
@vivien Why is ruby-ronn even a dependency? It seems it is just used to make the man page which is just a static document. Would it be too inconvenient to go without ruby ronn, we could drop that whole dependency.
@kb100 if that does happen let me know so i can save some hassle trying to solve this with my limited knowledge :)
@kb100 I completlly agree
Is it possible for me to output pango markup within a json-encoded string? Or, for that matter, does i3blocks respect escape characters within json? I don't seem to be able to include an escaped double quote within my persistent script output.
Hi guys, why is the wifi blocklet not showing ssid?
Found it, sorry
hey guys, recently got into i3blocks and it's awesome! Unfortunately got stuck with font icons, I've used fontello to create font, but it for some reason I get extra block next to icon(as if I would have used unknown symbol or font is not loaded) FontAwesome works just fine. Any ideas what am I missing?
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I know that I'm a bit of an ignorant, but I tried to scour the man page, but I didn't find any way. Could someone please help?
@vivien welcome back ;) thanks for merging the pandoc stuff!
@gsiris in the command= section of your config you just add on the arguments just like you were calling it from command line
command=/path/to/bandwidth -i arg1 arg2 ...
Hi @jpleau !
I'm still busy with kernel networking stuffs, but I'm preparing a proof of concept for a new version
thanks to you and others for the support ;-)
Hello! @vivien do you have any plans to support i3blocks on freebsd?
I managed to build it by fixing some linux specific signal stuff, but apparently not well enough for it to actually work.
it's quite here
like, i3bocks is perfect, and there isn't more we can say about it
hi @benjiii ! I would like to, but I didn't plan to work on it yet (I'm not using freebsd). i3blocks is strongly event I/O driven, which doesn't seem to be fully supported by freebsd (yet?). I might be possible to cleanly abstract the scheduler with a bit of cleanups though.