ossi at kde.org
Sun Apr 25 01:43:11 PDT 2010
On Sun, Apr 25, 2010 at 03:44:24AM +0200, Lennart Poettering wrote:
> On Fri, 23.04.10 17:19, Ryan Lortie (desrt at desrt.ca) wrote:
> > --
> Dude, please don't add two dashes on a single line into your
or maybe you should reconfigure your mailer to recognize only actual
> > All processes belonging to the same session share the XDG_SESSION_TMPDIR
> > environment variable (set or unset). Specifically, any processes
> > activated by the session D-Bus must have this variable set or unset
> > accordingly.
> I'd argue that XDG_SESSION_RUNTIME_DIR is a more appropriate name, since
> I think the data you pointed out above is more like /var/run than it is
> what /tmp should be used for.
that i would agree with.
> Also, there already is XDG_CACHE_HOME, which is better aligned with
> what traditional /tmp does. Your XDG_SESSION_TMPDIR kinda overlaps
> with that, doesn't it?
nope. caching is expected to outlive sessions and reboots. the spec
doesn't mention it anywhere, but it is most certainly meant to
correspond with the FHS's definitions.
> > The directory is always on a native local (read: not NFS or FUSE)
why no FUSE, anyway? why is "native" a hard requirement, not merely a
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