[Pkg-xfce-devel] Bug#745676: Bug#745676: xfce4-session: Please build xfce4-session with --disable-legacy-sm to avoid problems with saved sessions
corsac at debian.org
Mon Jun 16 13:43:23 UTC 2014
On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 01:30:12AM +0200, Alf Gaida wrote:
> Source: xfce4-session
> Version: 4.10.1-5
> Severity: important
> Dear Maintainer,
> with current build options legacy commands are saved in session cache - this leads to several misbehaviors when
> reloading a session (commands are eventually executed twice, legacy commands are executed without options and so on)
> According to the manual, xfce4-session should be build without legacy-sm
> Command Explanations
> --disable-legacy-sm: This switch disables legacy session management which isn't necessary on modern system.
So, there's an xfce4-session built with --disable-legacy-sm. It seems
to cause #751725 but I'm a bit unsure what really happens there.
I have to admit session management doesn't really appear to work really
fine here with or without legacy-sm enabled (chromium for example seems
to never be part of a session…).
It might help to be a little bit more specific about what exactly is
broken with the legacy-sm enabled, because if that actually breaks some
useful behavior for some people and it's actually a no-op for me, I'm
not sure I'll keep it like that.
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