|non port: devel/dbus/files/patch-bus_dir-watch.c
Number of commits found: 7
Saturday, 14 Oct 2006
Presenting GNOME 2.16.1 for FreeBSD. This release represents a massive
amount of work by the FreeBSD GNOME Team and our testers.
On top of the usual GNOME update, we have taken this opportunity to move
GNOME from X11BASE to LOCALBASE. This means roughly 600 ports NOT part of
the GNOME Desktop also need to be changed. The bulk of the move was carried
out by ahze, mezz, and pav, but it would not have been possible without
cooperation from the FreeBSD KDE team who worked with us to make sure
GNOME and KDE can still coexist happily. We would also like to send a
shout out to kris and pointyhat for putting up with multiple test runs
until we got something that was solid.
Back to GNOME 2.16. This release brings a huge amount of new functionality
to FreeBSD. The standard release notes can be read at
http://www.gnome.org/start/2.16/ . But on top of what you will read there,
jylefort and marcus have completed work on a port of HAL to FreeBSD. This
will allow FreeBSD to take advantage of closer hardware interaction such
as auto-mounting CD-ROMs, USB drives, and music players; auto-playing
audio CDs; and managing laptop power consumption.
But where would this all be without our loyal testers and contributors?
Therefore, the FreeBSD GNOME team would like to thank the following users:
Phillip Neumann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Yuri Pankov <email@example.com>
Brian Gruber <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Franz Klammer <email@example.com>
Dominique Goncalves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pascal Hofstee <email@example.com>
Yasuda Keisuke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Andris Raugulis <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Eric L. Chen <email@example.com>
Pawel Worach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
QuiRK on #freebsd-gnome
Shane Bell <email@example.com>
sajd on #freebsd-gnome
Chris Coleman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
kaeru on #freebsd-gnome
crsd_ via irc.freenode.org/#FreeBSD-GNOME
Joel Diaz <email@example.com>
Approved by: portmgr (implicit, kris)
Tuesday, 2 May 2006
Add a half-second delay before HUP'ing the system daemon when the system.d
contents change. This avoids a race with install(1) that causes dbus
to die. Also, adjust the list of kevent notes to be closer to what dnotify
is using in Linux.
Sunday, 3 Jul 2005
Remove the kqueue watch from the mainloop before unref'ing it. This
eliminates one needless kevent system call.
Be sure to unref the kqueue watch along with marking the kqueue file
descriptor as invalid.
Saturday, 2 Jul 2005
Reverse the logic used for kevent. Set timeout to NULL when setting the event,
and timeout to the zero timespec when reading the event.
Fix a CPU hog problem with dbus running in fork mode. Kqueue is not shared
across fork(), and thus the file descriptor kevent was trying to read from
was actually pointign to /dev/null. This caused dbus to eat up 100% of the
CPU. Of course, tests with --nofork worked just fine.
The new approach will detect if the kqueue has been closed, a reopen it
after the fork.
Friday, 1 Jul 2005
* Update to 0.34
* Add kqueue support so to dynamically re-read new configuration files
Number of commits found: 7