Subject: Re: status of modular xorg?
To: Jeremy C. Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Blair Sadewitz <email@example.com>
Date: 01/18/2007 18:54:09
I suppose, then, that my problem with xsltproc could be amd64-specific
(it dies with 100+ "chunk is already free" errors.
I built version 1.1.19 via pkgsrc, and then it almost worked right; at
regular intervals in the generated code, some declarations were
truncated. When I corrected them by hand, libxcb built, and
libX11-1.1.1 seemed fine with it. It is annoying to have to patch it
every time after the build though. ;) I noticed that gcc complained a
lot about violations of the strict aliasing rules, so I tried
compiling it with -fno-strict-aliasing. No go. :(
On 1/18/07, Jeremy C. Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Also, I'm working on bringing modular xorg in-tree with macallan@, and
> > would appreciate very much if you'd outline why you prefer not to use
> > XCB. We're probably not going to use it if only because
> > xsltproc/libxslt seems buggy and has too many dependencies, but I'd
> > nevertheless like to hear your thoughts on this.
> And I forgot to mention that I have been using xcb via pkgsrc for a couple
> months now:
> xcb-proto-1.0 XCB protocol descriptions (in XML)
> libxcb-1.0nb1 X protocol C-language Binding
> in pkgsrc-wip (plus I have other changes no committed for other packages
> to use them).
> Jeremy C. Reed
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