Hold your horses there, I'm not the one having a real hard time admitting he copied my stuff. I did indeed borrow and straight up copy a lot of things, you want to tell me where I try taking credit for it?
Here's you PR'ing what I gave to you without any mention: CMakeList.txt: added symlinks for libGLES_CM.so.1 & libGLESv1_CM.so.1 by 5schatten · Pull Request #4 · LibreELEC/libmali · GitHub
It's funny that you bring up PCSX2, adding some verbosity to my pcsx2.start script does not change the fact that I'm the one who wrote it in the first place. The relevant part is exactly the same. I put in the time reading Docker documentation, creating containers and experimenting with ALSA and Pulse to see what I needed to pass to the container, here you are acting like you did anything meaningful. Like bumping the Docker version, as if that's rocket scienc3. The real work was done by lrusak back in the day, which I'm very thankful for.
I could go on and pick apart all the ridiculous claims you are making, but I'm gonna save you the embarassment. It's indeed completely immature, and I have other things to do with my time than "proving" that you copied my stuff which you very clearly did. It's great, take what I have made and improve it any way you can but trying to take credit for it is simply pathetic.
As you said... rocket scienc3... bumping Docker 18.09.03 to 18.09.04 is simple. Bumping major versions not. You would know that if you had done this lately.
It's not like minimal Docker images for arch were around for quite some time... https://github.com/yantis/docker-archlinux-tiny/blob/master/dockerfileAnd as I said I'm updating Docker not that I created it in the first place. But nobody else cares about it, it's basically like Nvidia and X11. I also never said that I was the guy who "developed" the Docker image but I reworked the start script to install defined versions, clean up & update the image as needed. Well the stuff you call verbosity. Again it's totally fine if you're maintaining your htpcs per terminal & ssh but if you're a Nvidia user you need a defined version which matches your LE driver. Without this PCSX2 won't work for them, I know you never bothered much about these users but I did.
Beside that it's not like I haven't already talked to others about libmali changes... CMakelists.txt add symlink for libmali.so.0 by chewitt · Pull Request #2 · LibreELEC/libmali · GitHub eglplatform.h: if WL_EGL_PLATFORM is not defined use GBM by 5schatten · Pull Request #3 · LibreELEC/libmali · GitHub so congrats adding OpenGLES 1.0 compat files which basically nothing uses would not have been possible, nobody already thought about symlinks for files the khronos documentaion mentioned. But I guess we have a different perspective about these topics. You apply some patches or CFLAGS to locally fix some flaws while I try to fix them upstream so that everyone benefits and somewhat proper functionality is given.
The point is I know that others use my packages too, as you do, i.e. for builds niabi supplies or the upcoming lakka branch does. I do the same and if I just copy paste them then I keep the copyright or add it. Something you've not done in the past iirc. But I don't say meh they just copied my packages, my work and added some frontends. But that's exactly what you do. You don't mention that you copied my fixed packages or took them as "inspiration", i.e. what about ppsspp? Is it a coincedance that you end up with this patch RetroELEC/ppsspp-fix-fmv-stutter.patch at le9 · escalade/RetroELEC · GitHub so you tell me that you ended up here and created a patch that used the same name scheme without numbers or do you admit that you might have taken some inspiration elsewhere ppsspp: switch to PPSSPP (SDL2) standalone build · 5schatten/[email protected] · GitHub?
Instead of admitting that everyone benefits from everyone you act as if you've invented the wheel which is just not true. But well such a behaviour is probably pathetic, indeed. So let's end this waste of time. Keep on silently copying and blame others that they just copy your entire work...