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PostPosted: Sat Dec 12, 2009 11:20 pm    Post subject: [ebuild request] google desktop Reply with quote

Hi guys,

since I'm having several ebooks and lecture notes from University and Google Desktop's indexing and search functionality seems to be superior to other desktop "search engines"

I'm requesting an ebuild for "Google Desktop" for linux (if possible 64bit since that probably would speed things up even more)

this would speed up and improve look-up of information and studying for me (and I'm sure several other students also) significantly

Many many thanks in advance :D
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 13, 2009 4:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

In fact, it pretty useful :P
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 1:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

d2_racing wrote:
In fact, it pretty useful :P


and it's finally indexing now :P

unfortunately it's taking way to long - seems like it's only indexing while idle ?! 8O

over at https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=183492 there's an ebuild
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 2:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

kernelOfTruth wrote:
d2_racing wrote:
In fact, it pretty useful :P


and it's finally indexing now :P

unfortunately it's taking way to long - seems like it's only indexing while idle ?! 8O

over at https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=183492 there's an ebuild
That ebuild is too old and has no support for am64. Use this instead: http://omploader.org/vMnptYQ (google-desktop-1.2)
Code:
# Copyright 1999-2007 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Header$

inherit eutils rpm
# mozextension is broken, truely broken. Look at lightning ebuild to get the
# correct version

DESCRIPTION="Google Desktop"
HOMEPAGE="http://desktop.google.com/linux/"
SRC_URI="x86? ( http://dl.google.com/linux/rpm/stable/i386/google-desktop-linux-current.rpm )
      amd64? ( http://dl.google.com/linux/rpm/stable/x86_64/google-desktop-linux-current.rpm )"

LICENSE="as-is"
SLOT="0"
KEYWORDS="-* ~amd64 ~x86"
IUSE="firefox thunderbird msoffice"

RDEPEND="virtual/libc
   x11-libs/libX11
   x11-libs/libXi
   msoffice? ( app-text/catdoc app-text/wv )
   dev-libs/atk
   dev-libs/glib
   x11-libs/gtk+
   x11-libs/pango"
DEPEND="${RDEPEND}"

ENVDDIR="/etc/env.d/"
ENVDFILE="45google-desktop"

S="${WORKDIR}"

#RESTRICT="fetch strip"
#pkg_nofetch() {
#   einfo "Please download ${A} yourself from http://desktop.google.com/linux"
#   einfo "and place it in ${DISTDIR}"
#   einfo "Please ensure that you download the correct file corresponding to"
#   einfo "your arch"
#}

src_unpack() {
   rpm_src_unpack || die "Unpack failed"

   # Patch the Categories properly
   cd $S/opt/google/desktop/xdg
   sed -i -e '/^Categories=/s/$/;/' *.desktop
}

src_compile() {
   :
}

src_install() {

   # This is a workaround for the buggy xpi_install from mozextension
   # Usage mozi_xpi <from_unpacked_dir> <to_mozilla_dir>
   function mozi_xpi() {
      local from_dir="$1" to_dir="$2"
      
      cd "$from_dir"
      emid="$(sed -n -e '/<\?em:id>\?/!d; s/.*\([\"{].*[}\"]\).*/\1/; s/\"//g; p;' \
         install.rdf | sed -e '1d')"
      einfo "DEBUG: Generated $emid for ${from_dir##*\/}"
      test -z "${emid}" && die "Generating extension id failed"

      dodir "$to_dir/extensions/${emid}"
      insinto "$to_dir/extensions/${emid}"
      doins "$from_dir"/*

      dodir "$to_dir"/{chrome,extensions}.d
      echo "extension,${emid}" > "$D/$to_dir/extensions.d/$PN"
   }


   # Define some variables to shorten commands
   local google_d=/opt/google/desktop
   local target_bin=$google_d/bin
   local target_lib=$google_d/lib

   # do not include gdl-update since its RH specific
   #dodir /etc/cron.hourly
   #insinto /etc/cron.hourly
   #doins etc/cron.hourly/gdl-update

   dodir /opt/google

   insinto $google_d
   doins   ${S}$google_d/*
   doins   ${S}$google_d/.gdl_installed_files

   exeinto $target_bin
   doexe   ${S}/$target_bin/gdl*
   doexe   ${S}/$target_bin/extract_msoffice_content.sh
   doexe   ${S}/$target_bin/xdg-open

   insinto $google_d/resource
   doins   ${S}/$google_d/resource/*

   insinto $google_d/xdg
   doins   ${S}/$google_d/xdg/*

   dosym   $target_bin/gdlinux /opt/bin/gdlinux
   
   into /opt/google/desktop
   insinto $google_d
   dolib.so ${S}/$google_d/lib/*
   # Apparently, since I don't define ABI, everything is put into
   # ${target_lib}64. We can get around this by doing the dolib.so stuff
   # ourselves, or by defining ABI=x86 which will screw up other stuff such as
   # firefox and thunderbird plugins. The least troublesome method is to just
   # create a softlink ;)
   use amd64 && dosym ${target_lib}64 $target_lib

   dodir   /var/cache/google/desktop
   keepdir /var/cache/google/desktop

   fperms 755 /var/cache/google
   fperms 777 /var/cache/google/desktop
   fperms o+t /var/cache/google/desktop

   cd ${S}/$google_d/xdg
   insinto /usr/share/desktop-directories
   doins   google-gdl.directory
   domenu   google-gdl.desktop google-gdl-preferences.desktop

   # Install Extensions
   if use firefox; then
      has_version '>=www-client/mozilla-firefox-1.5' && \
         mozi_xpi ${S}/$google_d/plugin/firefox \
         "/usr/$(get_libdir)/mozilla-firefox"
      has_version '>=www-client/mozilla-firefox-bin-1.5' && \
         mozi_xpi ${S}/$google_d/plugin/firefox "/opt/firefox"
   fi
   if use thunderbird; then
      has_version '>=mail-client/mozilla-thunderbird-1.5' && \
         mozi_xpi ${S}/$google_d/plugin/thunderbird \
         "/usr/$(get_libdir)/mozilla-thunderbird"
      has_version '>=mail-client/mozilla-thunderbird-bin-1.5' && \
         mozi_xpi ${S}/$google_d/plugin/thunderbird "/opt/thunderbird"
   fi

   # Update env.d
   dodir /etc/env.d
   echo "LDPATH=$target_lib" > ${D}${ENVDDIR}${ENVDFILE}
}

pkg_postinst ()
{
   env-update
   source /etc/profile
}

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 6:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Does it have an option to never to connect to internet EVER? Only search what's on my hard drive and never leave home? If yes, then that's useful. Otherwise, I am not opening my personal stuff to google!
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 7:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

devsk wrote:
Does it have an option to never to connect to internet EVER? Only search what's on my hard drive and never leave home? If yes, then that's useful. Otherwise, I am not opening my personal stuff to google!
You can set its preferences to leave all your precious data alone and not connect to the internet ever :P

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 5:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

thanks for the ebuild ppurka ! :D

I modified the ebuild from bugs.gentoo.org to use the 64 bit version before you posted but it (no gdl) wouldn't run for me (then I was running a kernel with BFS)

now I switched back to a kernel with CFS and I'm running 32 bit version that works ^^

I'll try your ebuild (64 bit version) later, currently it's at around 97% of indexing my files - I won't interrupt it until it's finished :roll:
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

kernelOfTruth wrote:
thanks for the ebuild ppurka ! :D

I modified the ebuild from bugs.gentoo.org to use the 64 bit version before you posted but it (no gdl) wouldn't run for me (then I was running a kernel with BFS)

now I switched back to a kernel with CFS and I'm running 32 bit version that works ^^

I'll try your ebuild (64 bit version) later, currently it's at around 97% of indexing my files - I won't interrupt it until it's finished :roll:
Well, I am running amd64 with 2.6.31-zen6, and google-desktop works here (with my ebuild). :D FYI, I have been using this since early July.

There are several modifications in my ebuild,- please do a gvimdiff or equivalent to see my comments and modifications.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ppurka wrote:
kernelOfTruth wrote:
thanks for the ebuild ppurka ! :D

I modified the ebuild from bugs.gentoo.org to use the 64 bit version before you posted but it (no gdl) wouldn't run for me (then I was running a kernel with BFS)

now I switched back to a kernel with CFS and I'm running 32 bit version that works ^^

I'll try your ebuild (64 bit version) later, currently it's at around 97% of indexing my files - I won't interrupt it until it's finished :roll:
Well, I am running amd64 with 2.6.31-zen6, and google-desktop works here (with my ebuild). :D FYI, I have been using this since early July.

There are several modifications in my ebuild,- please do a gvimdiff or equivalent to see my comments and modifications.
why haven't you submitted your ebuild to BGO?
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 10:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

devsk wrote:
ppurka wrote:
kernelOfTruth wrote:
thanks for the ebuild ppurka ! :D

I modified the ebuild from bugs.gentoo.org to use the 64 bit version before you posted but it (no gdl) wouldn't run for me (then I was running a kernel with BFS)

now I switched back to a kernel with CFS and I'm running 32 bit version that works ^^

I'll try your ebuild (64 bit version) later, currently it's at around 97% of indexing my files - I won't interrupt it until it's finished :roll:
Well, I am running amd64 with 2.6.31-zen6, and google-desktop works here (with my ebuild). :D FYI, I have been using this since early July.

There are several modifications in my ebuild,- please do a gvimdiff or equivalent to see my comments and modifications.
why haven't you submitted your ebuild to BGO?
Because I haven't tested it on 32bit machine. :P I guess I just forgot to do this testing, and then forgot to submit the ebuild too.
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