(no) xkbcomp in server -- simpler solution?

Mikhail Gusarov dottedmag at dottedmag.net
Fri Jun 11 16:11:07 PDT 2010

Twas brillig at 23:56:14 11.06.2010 UTC+01 when daniel at fooishbar.org did gyre and gimble:

 >> This change will make xkb data completely client-side (though given
 >> clients may connect from different hosts xkb introspection cannot be
 >> dropped from protocol).

 >> It should be easy enough (much easier than original task) to cover
 >> the common configuration with X server on the same host as desktop
 >> session and provide tool which reads xorg.conf and invokes xkbcomp.

 DS> I don't think it's that difficult a task.

Well, okay. Then there's only semantical problem: hard-coded xkbcomp run
on server host with (probably the lots of) the following XKB keymap
changes originating from clients. First call seems pretty artificial.

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