libproxy addition to comps for F-13
mclasen at redhat.com
Mon Apr 12 22:57:32 UTC 2010
On Tue, 2010-04-13 at 00:28 +0200, Nicolas Chauvet wrote:
> I would like to discuss the possibility to add the patch described in
> this report in comps for F-13 and later.
> The basic idea is to make libproxy default installed plugins more in
> shape with the actual set of installed packages for a given system.
> That, so application using libproxy will discover or receive the proxy
> configuration automatically as soon as they use system settings.
> As I agree that this change appears rather late in the Fedora process,
> and libproxy is indeed in the crithpath for updates (why actually?!),
> I would give an opportunity to discuss this more widely.
> So the other question is : Is there any problem in adding this change
> to comps for F-13 ?
> As a record, on a default install and without this change: libproxy is
> But If one want to use libproxy, he will have to figure out which
> packages to install manually. This patch assume a reasonable default,
> so having libproxy installed just make sense.
I'm in favor of this change.
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