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Python read file

it was the path problem, when the script is running from Argos it behaves like it is in /home/[user] directory instead in /home/user/.cfig/argos

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issue closedp-e-w/argos

Python read file

I am writing a plugin/extension using python, and I am trying to read some data from a file in order to show it in the extension, however, the plugin is not showing anything while these lines are present in the script:

with open('./dat/vars.json') as json_file:
	vars = json.load(json_file)

If I run the script in the terminal I DO get the desired results, so the complete code does work normally, but when it is used through Argos it fails to display anything but the script name in the dropdown

also if I comment out / remove above-mentioned lines the plugin behaves normally, other functionality like: displaying the data fetched from an API, or doing mathematical operations works well

any help would be more than welcome

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Python read file

I am writing a plugin/extension using python, and I am trying to read some data from a file in order to show it in the extension, however, the plugin is not showing anything while these lines are present in the script:

with open('./dat/vars.json') as json_file:
	vars = json.load(json_file)

If I run the script in the terminal I DO get the desired results, so the complete code does work normally, but when it is used through Argos it fails to display anything but the script name in the dropdown

also if I comment out / remove above-mentioned lines the plugin behaves normally, other functionality like: displaying the data fetched from an API, or doing mathematical operations works well

any help would be more than welcome

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pull request commentp-e-w/argos

Use registerClass to make plugin compatible with gnome 3.36.

FWIW @mwilck's changes are working for me on Ubuntu 20 w/ gnome-shell 3.36.7

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Create GNOME Shell extensions in seconds

https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/1176/argos/

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issue openedp-e-w/ternimal

When building get error: `linking with `cc` failed: exit code: 1` (technically a Rust issue)

Technically this is a Rust issue but thought I'd put it here so if anyone is trying to figure out how to fix it I'm using Linux Mint 20.1 and this is what I get when I try to build:

rustc -O ternimal.rs     
error: linking with `cc` failed: exit code: 1

Solution: sudo apt-get install libfreetype6-dev

If that doesn't work try installing cmake: sudo apt install cmake

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