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  • Sep 04 2018 04:58
    vivien commented #311
  • Sep 04 2018 04:51

    vivien on dynamic-properties

    json: split generic JSON parsin… map: abstract properties struct… map: support dynamic properties… and 12 more (compare)

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Nenad Ilic
@nenadilic84
Just for reference. This was the pull-request that solved my problem with the keyboard layout:
@indeedwatson from the code you posted I don't see any errors...
indeedwatson
@indeedwatson
@nenadilic84 im sorry i forgot the second part https://paste.fedoraproject.org/293691/13696144/
Nenad Ilic
@nenadilic84
It seems that you are missing ruby-ronn. You can do sudo apt-get install ruby-ronn if you are on debian :)
indeedwatson
@indeedwatson
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
kb100
@kb100
@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.
indeedwatson
@indeedwatson
@kb100 if that does happen let me know so i can save some hassle trying to solve this with my limited knowledge :)
Nenad Ilic
@nenadilic84
@kb100 I completlly agree
archshift
@archshift
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.
sirlnx
@sirlnx
Hi guys, why is the wifi blocklet not showing ssid?
sirlnx
@sirlnx
Found it, sorry
Robertas
@insanebits
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?
nodecraic
@webworkio
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Gabriel Sirilan
@gsiris
Hey guys, how do I pass arguments to scripts, e.g -i and -o at https://github.com/vivien/i3blocks/blob/master/scripts/bandwidth ?
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?
Jason Pleau
@jpleau
@vivien welcome back ;) thanks for merging the pandoc stuff!
kb100
@kb100
@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 ...
Vivien Didelot
@vivien
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 ;-)
benjiii
@benjiii
Hello! @vivien do you have any plans to support i3blocks on freebsd?
benjiii
@benjiii
I managed to build it by fixing some linux specific signal stuff, but apparently not well enough for it to actually work.
Loris Lucido
@dindon-sournois
it's quite here
like, i3bocks is perfect, and there isn't more we can say about it
Vivien Didelot
@vivien
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.
Amos Bird
@amosbird
hi, is there a widget for monitoring the /tmp folder size?
Vivien Didelot
@vivien

Hi @amosbird. There may be a script for that, but an ugly and simple version can be:

[tmp]
command=du -csh /tmp 2>/dev/null | grep total | awk '{print $1}'
interval=30

to check the disk usage of the /tmp directory every 30s.

Amos Bird
@amosbird
thanks
matrixbot
@matrixbot
@vitamin-q:matrix.org Hi, for some reason my i3blocks is rendering fontawesome characters like this. Anyone know why? This only happened 2 days ago, previously it has been working fine on my arch installation and I haven't touched my config
@vitamin-q:matrix.org posted an image: tmp.png
Will Hoskings
@def14nt
how tf do i get the default conf for i3blocks
im lost
Carl Hicks
@hicksca
Is this channel still active??
Screenshot from 2019-06-26 17-42-11.png
Ran into a weird issue with Awesome font displaying icons incorrectly. The reason I'm raising the question here rather than in a Ubuntu or Awesome font support forum is it only is happening in i3blocks.
Carl Hicks
@hicksca
In the image above I'm using the default openvpn script
I'm only printing the network icon from awesome font ( network-wired f6ff) and the status rather than connection name or VPN.
I can switch out icons with other icons and occasionally they will work.
Carl Hicks
@hicksca
image.png
Above is an example of the icons displaying in emacs on my machine.
image.png
Carl Hicks
@hicksca
Using Ubuntu 19.04 with i3 version 4.16.1 and i3blocks 1.4 (the Ubuntu package) Awesome font 5.9.0
Leo Palmer Sunmo
@leosunmo

Hey @vivien , I'm having some trouble getting interval=persist blocklets to work. I always get a "Bad File descriptor" and "pipe closed" issue. Example journald log below:

Jun 29 13:36:48 leo-ThinkPad-T480 i3-gnome-flashback.desktop[1849]: ERROR read_nonblock:70: read from 3: Bad file descriptor
Jun 29 13:36:48 leo-ThinkPad-T480 i3-gnome-flashback.desktop[1849]: ERROR block_update:203: [playerctl] pipe closed

I tried the pipe buffer stuff I saw in a few issues, for example stdbuf -i0 -o0 -e0 /usr/share/i3blocks/playerctl, but I just get twice the error logs.
Any troubleshooting suggestions?

Leo Palmer Sunmo
@leosunmo
I'm pretty sure I have the wrong version for this. I have version 1.4 which does not include the commit with Click to persist blocklets. Any plans for a new release?
Leo Palmer Sunmo
@leosunmo
Compiled from source, and now it's working! My bad!
Gabriel Alves
@Leibag
I can't install i3blocks on fedora 30 :(
Gabriel Alves
@Leibag
Can someone help me?
Coder_H
@HARSH-SHETH
I am facing a problem with i3blocks, when I connect to a new wifi network i3 freezes(accepts no input from keyboard) for 10-20 seconds. I looked into the i3blocks issues on github and did not find any similar problem. Is there any solution for this ?