dj at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Aug 12 16:06:03 PDT 2009
> On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 01:30:48AM -0000, DJ Lucas wrote:
> Am I confident in it? I would probably say yes, I've compiled X enough
> times to get a feel for when it's stable or not. The versions I used are
> stable versions, such as libX11: you should use 1.2.2, rather than
> 126.96.36.1991 which is a development version (correct me if I'm wrong).
> I've been using 1.6 for a good while before I became an editor, and
> through that time I don't remember any serious issues or sudden crashes.
> I think a few more people should give it a trial run, but it gets my
> thumbs up.
Okay...so I'm seeing added dri2proto and updated inputproto, renderproto,
randrproto, xcb-proto, lib-xcb, libX11, libxrandr, xtrans, libxrender,
libdrm, Mesa, xorg-server, and a slew of driver updates. Also, there is
no *upgrade* path with the removal of xcb-xlib.
That about cover it? I miss anything?
-- DJ Lucas
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