Epidermis (abandoned) 0.5.1 "Leads me to sin"

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Epidermis (abandoned)
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Leads me to sin
David D Lowe
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This version has much better error handling. If pigments are corrupted on the system, Epidermis will allow you to remove them (fixes bug #538715). And when Epidermis crashes, a user-friendly error message will appear, guiding the user to reporting the bug with Apport.


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- New Apport hook for systems that support Apport.
- Ported to Python 2.6
- Better error handling.
- New --installation-dir option for setup.py
- Badly installed pigments are now easier to remove and handle (bug: #538715)

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Bug report Importance Assignee Status
531057 #531057 Epidermis depends on policykit-gnome 5 Low David D Lowe  10 Fix Released
538715 #538715 Repo functionality should still work even when installed pigments are corrupted 5 Low David D Lowe  10 Fix Released
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