Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 23rd May 2006 21:46 UTC, submitted by Joel Dahl
X11, Window Managers "Five months after release of X11R7.0, the modularized and autotooled release of the MIT Licensed X Window System source code, the X.Org Foundation has issued its first modular roll-up release. X11R7.1 supports Linux, Solaris, and BSD systems. It includes important new server and driver features for embedded systems, 64 bit platforms, enhanced operating system support, and accelerated indirect GLX support. It most importantly demonstrates to developers and industry immediate benefits of modularization."
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RE[4]: answered my own question
by macisaac on Wed 24th May 2006 12:58 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: answered my own question"
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that's nice. now can you use that to build an rpm set to distribute to multiple clients? or, as in our case, using a homebrewed installation set that builds your binaries that has your source dir in AFS, you object dir on the local drive, and the destdir again in a seperate AFS space, to then get export out to multiple clients?

the "don't try to build this by hand" is not the answer that package maintainers for a distro want to hear.

I took a look at the script, it looks pretty good for single machine installs, and with some tweaking could be useful to me. just don't try to say this is somehow easier than the old method that didn't require such jumping through hoops...

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