Am Sa 20.Oktober 2007 schrieb Hikaru Amano: > On 10/20/07, Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora leemhuis info> wrote: > > On 19.10.2007 23:41, Sebastian Vahl wrote: > > > Am Mi 17.Oktober 2007 schrieb Jarod Wilson: > > >> Author: jwilson > > >> > > >> Update of /cvs/pkgs/rpms/beryl-manager/devel > > >> In directory cvs-int.fedora.redhat.com:/tmp/cvs-serv8532 > > >> > > >> Added Files: > > >> dead.package > > >> Removed Files: > > >> Makefile beryl-manager-0.1.4-pidof.patch beryl-manager.spec > > >> sources > > >> Log Message: > > >> Mark beryl bits as dead, since its merged back with current compiz > > > > > > Is it? As far as I know the former beryl-manager and beryl-settings are > > > not in compiz-0.6. > > > > Just a note FYI: ccsm (successor of beryl-settings afaics) is under > > review in https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=328981 > > > > I've no idea is something like beryl-manager still exists in the new > > merged world. > > it still exist, with the name fusion-icon (I think they call it > compiz-fusion-icon now) .. however, upstream keep changing the name > and the installation method, causing it hard to be packaged and > reviewed .. > > maybe after upstream released a stable release, i'll package it .. Do you mean this one? http://gitweb.opencompositing.org/?p=users/crdlb/fusion-icon;a=tree There are existing two fusion-icon trees in compiz' git. Both of them are in the subtree for users. The other one seems to be quite old. The one above seems to be easy to package because it's based on python. In a five-minutes-test based on an initially spec it also seems to work quite well. But your right: There should be released an official tarball/version first. Sebastian
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