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#294 invalid Latest Version of Xpra breaks compatibility (Linux) Ade
Description

Hi,

The latest version of xpra (1.0-r14532) causes winswitch client not to enable xpra.

Looking at the client log, this following line suggests winswitch is expecting a third integer in the versioning sequence (as was in the previous xpra version, 0.17.0) and so the client/server xpra versioning comparison process fails at this point:

ServerLineConnection.xpra_version_compat(1.0-r14532,1.0-r14532) invalid literal for int() with base 10: '0-r14532'
#293 invalid XPRA - add connection title to menu philip
Description

XPRA is so fantastic that I sometimes use it to view several remote machines at the same time. This packs several identical stylish icons side-by-side in the tray of whatever Ubuntu session manager I happen to be using.

In this situation, disconnecting the correct session while preserving the rest can be a challenge. It would be nice if the menu that pops up when I click on the XPRA icon could list the name of the corresponding host machine at the very top. The floating tooltips associated with the icons convince me that this should be possible. I would appreciate seeing confirmation that I have clicked on the correct icon right in the menu itself.

Thanks!

#291 fixed When attempting to start an application on Fedora 24 using WindowSwitch 0.12.21 you are informed that xpra is not supported. jayce1996 jayce1996
Description

If you try to start an application on a Fedora 24 server using WindowSwitch? 0.12.21, you get the following error dialog:

You have requested an xpra session but this server does not support it.

Attempting to start an xpra session directly using: xpra start ssh:localhost:100 --start-child=xchat

actually produces an application.

xpra is installed in the same location that winswitch thinks it is.

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