Gmail Feed

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Description:

Gmail Feed is a plasmoid for Plasma 5. It provides a list of your unread emails from your Gmail inbox. You also get notified when you receive new messages.
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pyrforos

5 years ago

i'm sooo dumb... thank you..

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pyrforos

5 years ago

is it possible to implement the feature for multiple accounts?

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anthon38

5 years ago

It may come but not immediately

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EstebanTristan

5 years ago

Works on Kubuntu 15.04 but you need also to install the qml-module-qtquick-xmllistmodel package

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anthon38

5 years ago

Thanks for pointing this out.

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fatino

5 years ago

Are you working on oauth 2.0? Two factor auth? Also multi accounts?

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trekjunky

5 years ago

I also would like to see multiple gmail accounts being checked.

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anthon38

5 years ago

There's something in the git repo kaccounts branch. It uses oauth2. It works fine, if you want to check it out. You'll need kaccounts-providers, kaccounts-integration and intltool.

Multi-accounts might come at some point.

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fatino

5 years ago

I did install those packages on arch from aur. Went to system settings to log in. Everything went smooth but I only have Hangouts as an option to use in Google account.

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anthon38

5 years ago

You have to install thoses packages from extra, and then you install kdeplasma-applets-gmailfeed-git from the AUR, but with a modified PKGBUILD (if you use yaourt say 'yes' when it asks if you want to modify if) and replace
source=('git://github.com/anthon38/gmailfeed.git')
with
source=('git://github.com/anthon38/gmailfeed.git#branch=kaccounts')

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fatino

5 years ago

Okey, did all that. Gmail Feed appeared in Accounts. I added mine selected account in options of your plasmoid but it still shows "Please configure an account"
I logout and login to plasma and still the same.

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anthon38

5 years ago

It's a deamon running in the background. I just checked, signond should start automatically when needed so it's not that.
Can you post the output of:
cat ~/.config/plasma-org.kde.plasma.desktop-appletsrc | grep accountId

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fatino

5 years ago

Nothing, there's no accountld nor account in this file

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fatino

5 years ago

Okey, did all that. Gmail Feed appeared in Accounts. I added mine selected account in options of your plasmoid but it still shows "Please configure an account"
I logout and login to plasma and still the same.

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anthon38

5 years ago

Do you have signond running?

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fatino

5 years ago

I did not have it running. How do I start it? Just with a command? It starts, shows nothing and plasmoid still doesnt work. It isn't present in systemd list of services

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fatino

5 years ago

Okey, did all that. Gmail Feed appeared in Accounts. I added mine selected account in options of your plasmoid but it still shows "Please configure an account"
I logout and login to plasma and still the same.

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anthon38

5 years ago

Now you right click on the plasmoid > settings and select a current account

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fatino

5 years ago

(whats with the triple post lol?)
I did that :) it was selected automatically. I did select it again no difference. I can send you a screenshot if you want.

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jarod82

5 years ago

How can I build a deb package from the source archive? I tried the standard "./configure && make && sudo checkinstall" but the ./configure file is missing... am I missing something obvious?

DISCLAIMER: I have no coding skills at all, sorry if this question is/sounds stupid. XD

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anthon38

5 years ago

Hello,
I don't know how to build a deb. I'd suggest you ask on a debian/ubuntu forum.
However, here is how to install it manually:

You'll need the following packages:
build-essential
cmake
extra-cmake-modules
qtbase5-dev
qtdeclarative5-dev
plasma-framework-dev
libkf5notifications-dev

Then in the source directory, do:
mkdir build
cd build
cmake .. -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DLIB_INSTALL_DIR=lib -DKDE_INSTALL_USE_QT_SYS_PATHS=ON
make
sudo make install

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anthon38

5 years ago

You also need qml-module-qtquick-xmllistmodel

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jarod82

5 years ago

Thanks, to create the deb I just had to do "sudo checkinstall" instead of "sudo make install" as last command!

Works really nice, well done!

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apol

6 years ago

look! I'm there! XD

interesting idea :)

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EthanAdams

6 years ago

Great widget. There is a glitch that when you mouse over the bottom of the list, it scrolls the list downward.

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