ttimo at idsoftware.com
Mon Apr 1 02:44:50 EST 2002
You probably did a better cleanup job anyway, specially if you removed zvt
The other things I can think about:
- Is this integrated with the build system? (I would say --enable-xsu or
--disable-xsu in the configure step?)
- How is xsu compiled? Static, completely dynamic as the original is, partly
dynamic? In my version I just statically linked the tricky things and left
X and Gtk as dynamic linkage to save some file size..
On 31 Mar 2002 23:42:06 -0800
Stéphane Peter <megastep at megastep.org> wrote:
> le dim 31-03-2002 à 23:20, Timothee Besset a écrit :
> > NOOOOOOOOO ..
> > Why didn't you ask me first. I have killed GNOME dependencies from my xsu
> > version too, I would have sent you a source dump before you started your
> > cleanup..
> Are these in CVS ? I looked at your CVS repository before I started
> working on this. I saw that you removed a lot of GNOME stuff, but I
> removed even more than what's in CVS. It really wasn't that much work as
> this is a quite simple program.
> If you had more uncommited modifications, well that's too bad. Either
> way, I'm pretty happy with what I have now :)
> > Well it's good to hear that it's going to get integrated. I'd like to have
> > a look at it, preferably when we want to drop this into the CVS (I don't
> > have an urgent need for more modifications to setup myself currently).
> I think I'm going to wait a couple of days before committing this to the
> icculus.org CVS. I want to try it first with the installer of the
> product I'm working on, to make sure it is solid...
> Stephane Peter
> Software Engineer
> Codehost, Inc.
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