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Group :: Graphical desktop/Window Maker
RPM: wmhdplop

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Name: wmhdplop
Version: 0.9.9
Release: alt5.1

Summary: Cute hard drive monitoring applet
License: GPL
Group: Graphical desktop/Window Maker

Url: http://hules.free.fr/wmhdplop
Source0: %url/%name-%version.tar.gz
Source1: wmhdplop.menu
#Source2: wmhdplop+hddtemp.desktop
Source3: wmhdplop.1
Patch0: wmhdplop-0.9.9-alt-font-path-fix.patch
Patch1: wmhdplop-0.9.9-alt-makefile.patch
Patch2: wmhdplop-0.9.9-alt-configure.patch
Packager: Michael Shigorin <mike at altlinux.org>

# Automatically added by buildreq on Sat Dec 06 2008

BuildRequires: gkrellm-devel imake imlib2-devel libSM-devel libXext-devel xorg-cf-files

# fonts shuffle should hopefully settle down

Requires: fonts-ttf-vera >= 1.10-alt3
#Recommends: hddtemp

%description
wmhdplop is yet another dockapp for WindowMaker, or any
windowmanager/desktop environment that handles dockapps
(KDE has a dockbar extension, and gnome swallows).

It monitors your hard-drives by sending visual stimuli to your
cortex each time your /dev/hdX writes or reads anything.
Try to launch openoffice and enjoy the wmhdplop show!
(loading these kitties in mozilla also works).

Features:
* useless animation reflecting disk I/O.
* another useless animation reflecting swap activity.
* annoying blinking leds.
* a textual information of your harddrive throughput.
* display of disk temperature if hddtemp service is running.

Disclaimer: wmhdplop will not enlarge your hard-drive. Indeed it
will not enlarge anything. Please stop sending emails about
enlargement, I don't want to be enlarged.

%package -n gkrellm-%name
Summary: Cute hard drive monitoring gkrellm plugin
License: GPL
Group: Monitoring
Requires: gkrellm >= 2.0

%description -n gkrellm-%name
gkhdplop: port of %name as gkrellm2 plugin.

It monitors your hard-drives by sending visual stimuli to your
cortex each time your /dev/hdX writes or reads anything.
Try to launch openoffice and enjoy the wmhdplop show!
(loading these kitties in mozilla also works).

%prep
%setup
%patch0 -p1
%patch1 -p1
%patch2 -p1

%build
%configure
%make

%install
%makeinstall
install -pD -m644 %SOURCE1 %buildroot%_menudir/%name
#install -pD -m644 %%SOURCE2 %buildroot%_desktopdir/%name+hddtemp.desktop
install -pD -m644 %SOURCE3 %buildroot%_man1dir/%name.1
install -pD -m755 gkhdplop.so %buildroot%_libdir/gkrellm2/plugins/gkhdplop.so

%files
%doc README NEWS AUTHORS
%_bindir/%name
%_menudir/*
%_man1dir/*

%files -n gkrellm-%name
%_libdir/gkrellm2/plugins/gkhdplop.so

%changelog

Full changelog you can see here

 
design & coding: Vladimir Lettiev aka crux © 2004-2005, Andrew Avramenko aka liks © 2007-2008
current maintainer: Michael Shigorin