Xfce Foundation Classes 4.3.0-Test1

Benedikt Meurer benedikt.meurer at unix-ag.uni-siegen.de
Tue Jan 18 15:06:12 CET 2005

Jeff Franks wrote:
> Benedikt Meurer wrote:
>> Best would be to import this as a new package "libxfc" or "libxfc4" 
>> (do we want the "4" in there?).
> There are two separate libraries, currently called libxfccore-4.3 and 
> libxfcui-4.3, but these can be called  libxfccore4.3  and  libxfcui4.3. 
> The libraries will need the minor version number to allow for parallel 
> installs,should the need arise. The actual modules I've called xfccore 
> and xfcui but these could be called libxfccore4 and libxfcui4, as can 
> their include directories. These don't need the minor version numbers 
> because programs will always be compiled against the latest release 
> headers. So how about these,
> * Module names: libxfccore4 and libxfcui4.
> * Include directories: $PREFIX/include/xfce4/libxfccore4 and 
> $PREFIX/include/xfce4/libxfcui4
> * Only need one data directory: $PREFIX/share/xfce4/libxfcui4
> * Doc directories: $PREFIX/share/doc/libxfccore4 and 
> $PREFIX/share/doc/libxfcui4
> * XFC demo: $PREFIX/bin/xfcdemo4 (instead of xfc-demo)

IMHO, people don't really need the separation between the "core" and the 
"ui" part. So a single CVS module would be the easiest way to maintain 
it. The separation between "ui" and "core" can then be done at the 
package management level.

What do you think?

> Jeff


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