D-Bus User Bus
walters at verbum.org
Mon May 17 11:10:22 PDT 2010
2010/5/16 Rémi Denis-Courmont <remi at remlab.net>:
> If GNOME is broken, fix it.
That isn't helpful - some code will have to be changed either way.
The goal is to identify a good point in the space formed by
implementation time and correctness.
> I would disagree with that. If I open a video file in one session, I don't
> want it played in an existing instance of a media player in another session.
> Same goes for cut&paste.
The argument here is that we can pretty easily "break" multiple
displays, given that in reality, they're already broken in practice.
And I really, really dislike the "last one wins" behavior. It's *my
data*. Don't lose my data.
> Nor does the user bus. You probably don't want all crontab users having their
> bus lying around all the time, regardless of which is actually logged on. And
> the main use case for cron is precisely to run things while not logged.
The bus could exit after a period of having no clients.
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