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#601
I just stumbled upon
https://openrepos.net/content/werkwolf/funzel
(which looks nice, not owning a Gemini).

But this makes -of course- only sense on a Gemini.
And there are more one-single-device applications to be expected to come out. (e.g. https://openrepos.net/content/osetr/...y-turing-phone).
Naturally it is the device owner deciding what to install and there is an info in the package description. But would it not be nice to have an additional info field (a category or sub-category would be too much and confusing, I guess) so that Storeman (Warehouse?) can pop up a warning when trying to install on a non-appropriate device?

Sorry if this may have been discussed already.
And: we do not have a thread for Storeman? Could not find one with Maemo search...
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#602
Originally Posted by peterleinchen View Post
Naturally it is the device owner deciding what to install and there is an info in the package description. But would it not be nice to have an additional info field (a category or sub-category would be too much and confusing, I guess) so that Storeman (Warehouse?) can pop up a warning when trying to install on a non-appropriate device?
Well, generally such warnings are not needed, since you(application developer) can restrict devices using package infromation and dependencies, i.e. package manager disallow install such package on wrong device. Restrictions can be per device type (Jolla1, Sony, Gemini, ports, etc) and specific sailfish os version (i.e. <= 2.0.1, >= 1.1.1 or whatever).

Publisher can also upload multiple package versions of application (for different devices) into single application node on openrepos: package manager will deal with dependencies and install latest sutable version.

Originally Posted by peterleinchen View Post
Sorry if this may have been discussed already.
And: we do not have a thread for Storeman? Could not find one with Maemo search...
Well, you can ask developer in comments
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Originally Posted by Custodian View Post
Restrictions can be per device type (Jolla1, Sony, Gemini, ports, etc) and specific sailfish os version (i.e. <= 2.0.1, >= 1.1.1 or whatever).
Or per specific package.

To be honest, I do not understand why some developers include specific OS version dependencies. If you patch Package A, include a dependency on Package A, not the OS. That way, if Package A happens to be unchanged by an OS update, you, the patch developer, do not have to do anything. Win!

Anyway, the weakness of either approach is that you, the user, will only find out after you attempted to install said patch. After you have wasted time and money (if connected through the mobile network) downloading it. Which is kind of useless. I think what Peter is asking for is some kind of pre-filtering.
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Thanks to Basil for explanation that all needed info can be included (and hereby used by storeman/warehouse).
And thanks to pichlo for explaining me

Nothing to add. else someone needs to implement if seen as useful
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#605
the app says network connection error in china
but i can see the openrepos.net
why this happen?
 

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Originally Posted by zenevo View Post
the app says network connection error in china
but i can see the openrepos.net
why this happen?
Which phone and version you are using? Do you browse openrepos.net on phone?
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Originally Posted by zenevo View Post
the app says network connection error in china
but i can see the openrepos.net
why this happen?
Maybe china blocked it
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#608
Originally Posted by Custodian View Post
Which phone and version you are using? Do you browse openrepos.net on phone?
n9 with pr1.3
the version of warehouse is 0.1.9
i browsed it,just a little bit slow,but i can still browse it
 

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The certificate for openrepos has expired. Therefor Storeman doesn't work anymore...
 

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The certificate for openrepos has expired. Therefor Storeman doesn't work anymore...
Fixed now. Bad timing on web servers config reload
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