[FZH] Compiz 0.9 终于登陆 Fedora 了
星期三 一月 19 08:17:59 UTC 2011
What's new in Compiz 0.9?
敢地执行 yum remove qt* wine*吧！
于 2011年01月19日 15:43, Liang Suilong 写道:
> AdamW 和它的同伴已经把 Compiz 0.9 打好包了，放在 Fedora People 的 repo 上，有兴趣的朋友可以试试。
> AdamW 还会跟他的团队慢慢把 Unity 界面带到 Fedora 的。不过尚需时日。
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> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Adam Williamson<awilliam在redhat.com>
> Date: Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 10:20 PM
> Subject: Compiz 0.9 landing in Rawhide
> To: devel在lists.fedoraproject.org, test在lists.fedoraproject.org
> Quick note for Rawhide users: I am in the process of landing Compiz 0.9
> now. Adel and I have been testing the 0.9 migration in a side repo -
> http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/Compiz09/compiz09/ - for a while
> now, and we're happy it's working pretty well. Note that we're using the
> upstream 'compiz-with-glib-mainloop' branch: this contains some changes
> that are needed for Unity, and will be merged into upstream master quite
> soon. We agreed with Sam Spilsbury, the upstream compiz maintainer, that
> it'd work out well for everyone if we help to test the glib-mainloop
> changes in Rawhide to make sure they can be merged upstream faster.
> Quick summary of most important changes:
> * gconf configuration storage backend is deprecated
> * configuration from compiz 0.8 will not migrate to 0.9; you'll have to
> re-do your configuration
> * desktop-effects is deprecated and broken, do not use it: install
> 'compiz-gnome' and there'll be a 'Classic GNOME with Compiz' choice at
> the login manager you can use to get a GNOME 2 + Compiz-style desktop
> (with panel, not Shell)
> * use ccsm to configure Compiz, configuration done in ccsm will actually
> work and be saved now
> * KDE integration not tested yet
> Here's some more detailed notes on the changes:
> * We're deprecating gconf as a backend for storing Compiz/plugin
> configurations. It's caused all sorts of problems over the years and is
> more or less deprecated upstream, and gconf itself is going out as well.
> Compiz may grow a dconf/gsettings backend, but in practice, it's
> probably better to just use the flat-file (ccp) configuration system
> anyway, it seems to be a lot less problematic.
> So all the gconf schemas are now in -gconf subpackages which you don't
> have to install unless you really, really want to use the gconf
> configuration storage system for some reason. If you do, you'll have to
> make sure whatever method you use for launching compiz sets the 'gconf'
> parameter instead of 'ccp'. The compiz-gtk script which most people
> probably wind up using, one way or another, to launch compiz now
> specifies 'ccp' not 'gconf'. I have tested the 'ccp' configuration
> method quite carefully and can report that, contrary to how it's been in
> Fedora for a while, Compiz configuration you set with ccsm actually
> works now. :) I have not tested the gconf configuration storage backend,
> and don't know if it works. I know ccsm 0.9 isn't actually capable of
> storing configurations in gconf yet, so you'd have a tricky time using
> it. It's deprecated. If it's not working, you get to keep both halves.
> File a bug and we'll see what we can do. If you're wondering where the
> flat-file configuration storage actually lives, it's in
> ~/.config/compiz-1 .
> Configuration from 0.8 does not migrate to 0.9. You'll have to re-do
> your configuration. This isn't a consequence of the gconf stuff
> mentioned above, it's just an upstream change: for all config storage
> backends, there was a clean break from 0.8 to 0.9 and configuration is
> not carried over. Ubuntu has some patches which attempt to migrate 0.8
> configs to 0.9, but they're not 100% reliable and add time to each
> startup, so they are not likely to be merged upstream, so we won't be
> carrying them in Fedora. I'm afraid you'll have to re-do your
> configuration with the 0.9 switch, if you have a custom compiz
> configuration; sorry about that.
> desktop-effects is more or less deprecated now. It doesn't make a deal
> of sense for Fedora 15+. It works on the basis of changing the
> compositing and window managers for GNOME, and you can't really run
> GNOME Shell with Compiz as the compositing manager; the paradigm just
> isn't there. You can run 'classic GNOME' - with the gnome-panel instead
> of GNOME Shell - with compiz and gtk-window-decorator, but that's a very
> different experience from the Shell. The desktop team has said they
> don't really think desktop-effects is appropriate any more, and they
> won't be maintaining it. So what we've implemented instead is a desktop
> session definition called 'Classic GNOME with Compiz'. That means that,
> if you install the compiz-gnome package, then at the login manager -
> gdm, kdm, whatever - you'll have the 'Classic GNOME with Compiz' session
> listed as an option. This will start up a GNOME session with
> gnome-panel, compiz and gtk-window-decorator, instead of the 'true'
> GNOME 3, GNOME Shell-based experience. We felt this more appropriate to
> the actual nature of the various choices in Fedora 15, and it's simpler
> and more robust than what would have to be done to 'fix' desktop-effects
> for GNOME 3. The current version of desktop-effects won't even launch
> Compiz 0.9 properly, due to another bug; I could fix this (actually, I
> already have, but it would need to go 'upstream') but it may not be
> worth the trouble. Also, the 'cube' and 'wobbly windows' checkboxes in
> desktop-effects won't work any more, as they used the gconf backend.
> (Again, I have a patch for this - it just takes the checkboxes out - but
> it may make more sense just to kill desktop-effects in F15).
> I haven't tested the KDE integration stuff yet, but I intend to. Does
> anyone actually use Compiz with KDE 4?
> Please do report any bugs you come across, we'll be working with Sam to
> try and make 0.9 as reliable as possible by F15 release time. Thanks!
> Adam Williamson
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