2011/12/12 Doug Barton <do...@freebsd.org>:
> On 12/12/2011 13:38, Rene Ladan wrote:
>> On 12-12-2011 22:23, Doug Barton wrote:
>>> Not only is this not necessary if you run xscreensaver already, it's
>>> probably a bad idea. At minimum, can you make this optional?
>> [cvs-lists omitted]
>> I could make it optional if you insist, but if you do a fresh install
>> with xfce4-utils but without xlockmore you'll notice the dangling
>> invocation. I don't see that xlockmore and xscreensaver conflict, so
>> why would it be a Bad Idea(TM) ?
> If we are going to install something by default, it should probably be
> xscreensaver. And yes, I'm biased because I maintain that port, but the
> client-server model of xscreensaver make it a better choice if actually
> keeping the screen locked is part of the goal. :)
I agree with you. In xinitrc file (line 185 up to 221) there're two
If you add xlockmore, you should add also "an entry" in xinitrc file (I think).
> Given that the thing has existed to date just fine with no dependency to
> fulfill the "dangling invocation" can I suggest adding xscreensaver as
> an optional dependency, or if people feel strongly about offering
> xlockmore to offer them both, with the requisite logic to prevent
> installing both? Bonus points if we can detect that one of them is
> already installed. :)
>>> On 12/11/2011 04:56, Rene Ladan wrote:
>>>> rene 2011-12-11 12:56:18 UTC
>>>> FreeBSD ports repository
>>>> Modified files:
>>>> sysutils/xfce4-utils Makefile
>>>> - Add a runtime dependency on x11/xlockmore so that xflock4 can invoke
>>>> - Bump PORTREVISION
>>>> Feature safe: yes
>>>> Revision Changes Path
>>>> 1.58 +3 -0 ports/sysutils/xfce4-utils/Makefile
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