[Sugar-devel] Just wondering
sam.parkinson3 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 19 18:40:24 EST 2014
I would guess that it does require X. The rational for using
BundleRegistry is that it emits all the right signals to the gui of sugar,
which requires X.
I havn't tested it against OOB, but maybe I could add a "--no-registry"
option in sugar-install-bundle? Would that fix the issue?
On Sat, Dec 20, 2014 at 10:18 AM, Jerry Vonau <me at jvonau.ca> wrote:
> Does the use of BundleRegistry() require X to be started? I'm thinking
> yes as 'protected_activities' in the __init__ part is really a
> dconf-service setting that is returned as a string. I'm asking as a recent
> commit was added that just might break olpc-os-builder(OOB). OOB relies
> sugar-install-bundle running in a chroot'ed cli environment where dconf
> may not be running. Has this change been tested with OOB?
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