Why do we disable esd in libgnome?
bnocera at redhat.com
Mon Feb 2 17:09:22 UTC 2009
On Mon, 2009-02-02 at 07:49 -0600, King InuYasha wrote:
> But when you break something as major as libgnome, steps should be
> taken to ease the transition. Perhaps the function could be forwarded?
See below in the thread, we can't because the libgnome API exposes
> I'm not really much of a programmer, but I recognize that you can't
> just break functionality in core libraries like that and expect
> everyone to fix their apps up "just like that." Fowarding the function
> (for compatibility purposes) while deprecating it would probably be
> more ideal. In any case, that's just my two cents...
It's been deprecated for a while already. See:
And from the API docs:
These functions also allow for the fact that no sound may be supported
on the current platform.
So if your application _required_ to have sound working, then it was
broken in the first place...
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