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[kde-freebsd] Re: HEADS UP: pelase test /etc/libmap.conffeature on 4-stable
- Subject: [kde-freebsd] Re: HEADS UP: pelase test /etc/libmap.conffeature on 4-stable
- From: marcus at marcuscom.com (Joe Marcus Clarke)
- Date: Sat Oct 11 00:26:41 2003
On Sat, 2003-10-11 at 03:20, Michael Nottebrock wrote:
> Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
> > On Sat, 2003-10-11 at 02:33, Michael Nottebrock wrote:
> >>Norikatsu Shigemura wrote:
> >>> 1. (kde side) Anyone, would you please make a patch for
> >>> nspluginscane to look /usr/X11R6/lib/browsers_plugins?
> >>> or
> >>> 2. (pluginwrapper side) If 1 is no, I'll install Flash6
> >>> plugin to /usr/local/netscape/plugins.
> >>Personally I'd like (2) better, /usr/X11/lib/browser_plugins isn't really in
> >>the spirit of hier(7). Great to hear about this flashplugin-via-libmap
> >>project, can you provide some details? We'd like to put a HOWTO on
> >>kde-freebsd's homepage, etc.
> > However, browser_plugins is what is being used for other plug-ins (e.g.
> > mplayerplug-in), and this was decided on some time ago.
> It's never too late to correct unfortunate decisions. :-)
What don't you agree with? Give me some better ideas. Give me some
reasons why you don't like the current scheme. At the time, I thought
it was better to do _something_ than kill the whole idea in a bikeshed.
> Anyway, the paths for konqueror's plugin-scanner are user-configurable through
> konqueror's settings dialog. We certainly can make a local patch to the
> defaults as well, and we can even try to get that patch merged upstream into
> KDE's sources. So, just go ahead with whatever path you feel comfortable with,
> we'll cope.
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