[Xfce-i18n] Looking for software release list

andre at andreldm.com andre at andreldm.com
Thu Aug 12 02:06:41 CEST 2021

You can build apps from git master and run them from the source folder without installing them. The same applies to dialogs of core components, e.g. xfdesktop-settings and xfwm4-tweaks-settings.

Another safer option is to use a VM to build and run/install components from git master, with an Arch/Manjaro system you can use -git packages from AUR which is a lot more convenient than building them manually.

The third option is xfce-test[1], although it requires a bit of docker knowledge and its images are usually lagging behind git master, it contains most of repositories already cloned and dependencies installed, you just have to build/install.

1 - https://github.com/schuellerf/xfce-test

Andre Miranda

Aug 10, 2021, 14:10 by scootergrisen at gmail.com:

> Den 10-08-2021 kl. 18:49 skrev Gaël Bonithon:
>> By looking in the archives of the mailing list you are talking about? (by date)
>> https://mail.xfce.org/pipermail/xfce-announce/
> Thanks i was looking at the archive for this mailinglist.
> Sadly i can't test the latest versions on the system i use now because the software manager provides older versions.
> What is a good/easy way for translators to be able to test the latest software (with the latest translations) ?
> I soft of wished there was a remote system with the latest versions that was set up for translators to try out so each of the translators don't have to figure it out one by one.
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