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Last updated on: 2021-10-26 20:16 [UTC]

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Errors

  • icon-not-found
    The icon 'pyzologo' was not found in the archive. This issue can have multiple reasons:
    • The icon is not present in the archive.
    • The icon is in a wrong directory.
    • The icon is not available in a suitable size (at least 64x64px)
    • On Debian and Ubuntu, the icon is a symlink. The generator cannot read symlinks on these distributions - make the icon a real file.
    To make the icon easier to find, place it in /usr/share/icons/hicolor/<size>/apps and ensure the Icon= value of the .desktop file is set correctly.

Warnings

  • asv-screenshot-no-media
    pyzo.appdata.xml:34 -
    A screenshot must contain at least one image or video in order to be useful. Please add an <image/> to it.
  • asv-screenshot-no-media
    pyzo.appdata.xml:33 -
    A screenshot must contain at least one image or video in order to be useful. Please add an <image/> to it.
  • asv-cid-desktopapp-is-not-rdns
    pyzo.appdata.xml:6 - pyzo.desktop
    The component ID is not a reverse domain-name. Please update the ID to avoid future issues and be compatible with all AppStream implementations. You may also consider to update the name of the accompanying .desktop file to follow the latest version of the Desktop-Entry specification and use a rDNS name for it as well. In any case, do not forget to mention the new desktop-entry in a <launchable/> tag for this component to keep the application launchable from software centers and the .desktop file data associated with the metainfo data.

Hints

  • asv-url-not-secure
    pyzo.appdata.xml:36 - http://pyzo.org
    Consider using a secure (HTTPS) URL for this web link.
  • asv-content-rating-missing
    pyzo.appdata.xml -
    This component has no `content_rating` tag to provide age rating information. You can generate the tag data online by answering a few questions at https://hughsie.github.io/oars/
  • asv-id-tag-has-type
    pyzo.appdata.xml:6 - pyzo.desktop
    The <id/> tag still contains a `type` property, probably from an old conversion to the recent metainfo format.