Equake v1.06 released

Version 1.06 of Equake and Equakelite is now out on the Android market: Available in Android Market

The update includes:

  • Each list now has a refresh button “R” to reload the data displayed
  • You can now choose the minimum magnitude to monitor, see description for an explanation
  • Fixed small bug where sometimes notification would have the wrong data when selected
  • Fixed small bug where customized map would not load data in rare cases
  • Some cosmetic changes

 

Equake configuration screen

Equake configuration screen

Equake listview of earthquakes

Equake listview of earthquakes

 

 

4 thoughts on “Equake v1.06 released

  1. David Goadby

    I’m a KDE (SUSE) user. Before I get all excited does this applet run under KDE? I read that Gnome applets “should” run but I thought I would check first.

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  2. equake Post author

    I haven’t tried to run it under KDE, however if GNOME applets should run under KDE then the Equake applet should run also. Since I made a conscious effort to code it according to the GNOME standards. As long as you have the right developer packages for the relevant gnome libraries it should compile at least. I do not know how KDE renders GNOME applets, whether it displays them in its own panel or renders them in some kind of X window. But as I said, if you have other applets that run under KDE this one should also.

    Let me know if you have any success. I should try it myself too actually.

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    1. David Goadby

      There are some library issues with my version of Gnome. Although managed to load libgnomeui-2.0, libpanelapplet-2.0 is replaced with libpanelapplet-4.0. This gets me to the compile
      stage but then I run into changes between V2 and V4 starting with:

      equake_func.h:51:3: error: unknown type name ‘PanelAppletBackgroundType’
      equake_func.h:174:3: error: unknown type name ‘BonoboUIComponent’

      I need a bit more time to see what changes are required. I could try to find a copy of libpanelapplet-2.0 but I may then run into other compatibility issues.

      I will try and put some more time in later this week.

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      1. equake Post author

        I don’t know which distribution you use, but it’s available for Debian: http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/libpanel-applet2-dev
        I know that many things changed for gnome3 including the way applets are handled, but as far as I know older applets still work. You should be able to install both 2.0 and 4.0 alongside eachother. This is for example the case with GTK 1.x and GTK 2.x, but again I haven’t yet tested this in gnome3.

        I’ll test this both in gnome3 and KDE and see if there are any issues.

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