enable compositor by default at compile-time

Yves-Alexis Perez corsac at corsac.net
Thu Aug 18 22:07:02 CEST 2005

Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
> Marcel Pol wrote:
> I think it's a bad idea.  The fact that it "will slowly stabilise" tells
> me that it shouldn't be enabled by default until it *is* stable.  A big
> hint for that would be when X.org itself starts shipping with the
> composite extension enabled by default.
> Since you're already set up to create your packages with the compositor
> compiled in (should be trivial for most package types, anyway), I don't
> see this as a maintenance burden on packagers.

Speaking of compositor. If compositing is enabled at compile time and
disabled at runtime, will xfwm4 run at the same speed ? (than if
compiled without compositor)

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