Octopi 0.3 is finally available for download

Friends, it’s been a while since 0.2 was out 😉
But you’ll find out it truly worthed the wait…

because…

Version 0.3 brings many goodies, such as:

  • Many bugfixes and code cleanings;
  • 6 new translations: spanish (Latin America), english (Great Britain), portuguese (Portugal), swedish, serbian and hungarian;
  • Option to delete pacman transaction’s lock file;
  • Option to do a system upgrade directly from Octopi notifier;
  • Option to install available package dependencies;
  • Brought back the graphical system upgrade;
  • New outdated packages notification at statusbar: for pacman and yaourt;
  • New icon colors: a green octopi means “no updates”, a yellow means “yaourt updates” and a red equals to “pacman updates”;

and MORE

DOWNLOAD IT HERE! We wanna say a HUGE thank you to all the guys who helped it out. You know who you are! But in case you don’t, please look HERE and also HERE 🙂

New outdated package status at statusbar.

New outdated package status at statusbar.

You can now install optional package dependencies, when available!

You can now install optional package dependencies, when available. Ctrl+A selects/unselects all!

Octopi supports 31 languages at the moment. This is hungarian!

Octopi supports 31 languages at the moment. This one is hungarian!

As some requested: the graphical system upgrade was brought back!

As some users requested: the graphical system upgrade was brought back!

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8 responses to “Octopi 0.3 is finally available for download

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  4. Swâmi Petaramesh

    Hi,
    I use Octopi in Arch, and it’s excellent, thanks 🙂

    I however have a little remark : the minimum window height is still too tall to fit in a 1024×600 netbook screen. Could it be possible to allow making the window smaller (I can’t figure out why it couldn’t…).
    The minimum height should be less than the minimum screen height (i.e. nowadays generally 600) less the height usually occupied by the WM taskbars.
    Thanks in advance.

    • Hi Swâmi Petaramesh,
      Thanks for your tip!
      I’ve just implemented it in Github: it’s now 820×520! Go grab it 🙂

      • Swâmi Petaramesh

        Thanks very much 🙂 I guess it will soon be in AUR. I’m leaving on travel in 1 hour, so I’m packing and have no time for testing right now. Thanks for the so quick answer and fix 🙂

      • You’re welcome.
        You can use octopi-git package from AUR if you like.
        Have a nice trip!

  5. Great Job!

    Is very stable and faster!

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