An analysis about a generic desktop application configuration management system
jamiemcc at blueyonder.co.uk
Wed Apr 13 18:18:10 EEST 2005
Philip Van Hoof wrote:
>>I'm all for everyone being polite, but reality is reality. The power
>>here is all with the core GNOME and KDE teams and if they say no, the
>>answer is no.
> You're right. And I apologise if I have upset people.
> Since you (and Avery) are right I decided to listen to his points.
> Perhaps, but only if glib is a _real_ problem, it's better to implement
> the daemon without using glib at all.
It isn't a problem if KDE 4 are adopting Gstreamer which is glib
dependent (and uses GObjects).
I doubt DConf would be adopted prior to KDE4 (or Gnome 3) due to the
effort required in swapping over to a new system so I therefore cant see
any technical reason to exclude glib from the daemon - feel free to give
one if anyone has a genuine problem with it.
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