On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 12:38:32PM +0200, Tomeu Vizoso wrote:

To avoid space duplication in LTSP environments, ~/Activities can
contain symlinks to somewhere in /usr if the deployer wants users to
be able to uninstall and upgrade activities.
But this won't allow them to downgrade to the system-installed version
without using Terminal and fiddling with symlinks.
Anybody thinks this is worth changing so much code thus introducing new bugs?
The more important point is that it also works for people installing Sugar from packages on their own system, without manual symlink fiddling. My imagined use case is someone doing a "full" Sugar desktop installation (by using a corresponding meta package) and wanting to try out the latest Read release now featuring continuous scrolling (entirely fictional).

CU Sascha


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