Hi My Choice would also fall to 2 or 3. I am tending more to 3 if we do not want to regenerate it more often. For 2 if we want to generate it every once in a while and only resort to number 1 if regenerating headers for gtk will be a regular thing like with autoconf.
Hope this helps Greetings Till On 26.06.2018 17:35, Пыхалов Александр Владимирович via oi-dev wrote: > Hi. > > I've been fighting with lightdm-gtk-greeter as after last update it looks > ugly . > > It seems in lightdm-gtk-greeter.glade "osd" style should be removed and > lightdm-gtk-greeter-2.0.5/src/lightdm-gtk-greeter-ui.h should be regenerated. > To regenerate it, I need exo-csource, which is a part of > https://github.com/xfce-mirror/exo, which has several XFCE dependencies. > > I see several options: > - create components for all XFCE dependencies and exo (a lot of mostly > useless work); > - create component just for exo-csource (this can be just a really small > component, and it can even be renamed if we want to avoid conflict with full > exo library); > - compile it manually and create patches to generated files. > > So far I think about second approach as it is not extremely rude, but allows > to minimise time spent on it. What do you think? > > Best regards, > Alexander Pyhalov, > system administrator of Southern Federal University IT department > > _______________________________________________ > oi-dev mailing list > email@example.com > https://openindiana.org/mailman/listinfo/oi-dev > _______________________________________________ oi-dev mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://openindiana.org/mailman/listinfo/oi-dev