On Fri, 2011-05-20 at 16:13 +0100, David Woodhouse wrote: 
> I have lost count of the number of times I've been trying to debug
> something in e-calendar-factory, but the factory I'm running in gdb is
> *not* the one that's actually being used.
> Sometimes I forget to kill the old factory. Sometimes I *do* kill it,
> but Evolution, *while* complaining that calendars will never work again,
> automatically starts a replacement (that it will never use).
> This patch should allow replacement simply by running a new factory
> process. This will upset Evolution, because its existing factory will go
> away. But users should never be doing that anyway; this is only for
> debugging. And it should make debugging a *lot* easier.
> Comments?

Looks reasonable to me.  No reason for the backend process to continue
running if it loses its bus name.

Haven't encountered that myself -- I'm still on Fedora 14 with E-D-S
2.32, so I always run the 3.0 or 3.1 backend processes manually.  But I
can see how that would be confusing when debugging the same version as
the system package.

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