Dnia 25-03-2008, wto o godzinie 17:13 +0000, Bill Crawford pisze:
On 25/03/2008, Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek
> The .desktop files are freezing my system everytime they are
> Slow or fast computer - doesn't matter...
That's always been my experience (and things like icons and .desktop
files are far less likely to be vitally important to the running of
other scriptlets than libraries).
I wonder if this part can be reviewed... KDE doens't have such freeze
when installing apps.
> I mentioned icon cache with GTK_UPDATE_ICON_CACHE.
Sorry, yes, I managed to not actually notice that first time around :-$
Don't worry ;) .
That seems to be a much bigger hog (and kbuildsycoca, too alas).
seems to have been a big improvement in the performance of adding or
removing gconf schemas over the years, luckily, that's another
Try installing compiz-*gnome packages on Pentium 2 450MHz with 128MB
RAM. What a suffering, what a pain!
> BTW, what do you think about such solution, I described?
I'd like to see something like your description (logrotate has a
similar concept with its "sharedscripts" flag when an application
(possibly) handles many files e.g /etc/logrotate.d/rsyslog).
This is (unsurprisingly) one of those things that is brought up
occasionally and usually we're all too afraid of the consequences of
getting it wrong to change anything :o) plus tbh, it's hard to think
of a good syntax for it.
When I was using openSUSE (and then get back with apologize to Fedora) I
saw their SuSEconfig. I asked what is it for and it was interesting to
I didn't poke into their specs with ldconfig (and others) calls, but I
think that replacing direct calls might be good idea and some
Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek