Re: Please include into 2.22: libnotify, notification daemon

Wasn't there a concern at one point about a libnotify dependency on
libsexy? I thought the discussion had mentioned getting some of the
libsexy widgets into gtk+, thus removing the dependency. Anyone else
remember that or am I just crazy?

/me goes off and searches...

Yes! Just last month!
- the middle of a thread mentioning the dependency on libsexy. I would
*love* to see notification-daemon make it as an official part of the
desktop but what the libsexy dependency? Has there been any work on
resolving that?

- Martin

On 9/28/07, Murray Cumming <murrayc murrayc com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-09-26 at 02:07 -0700, Christian Hammond wrote:
> [snip]
> > notification-daemon and libnotify are on every distro shipping GNOME,
> > to my knowledge. Isn't it time to finally mark this as a blessed
> > dependency? More and more apps are using this and it's become a de
> > facto standard not only in GNOME but in practically anything not
> > KDE-based, GTK+ or otherwise. It's only doing harm by preventing it
> > from becoming a dependency, as it requires more work on the part of
> > the developers to develop, test and support conditional code.
> This seems sensible. Are there really no other open issues about
> libnotify? I guess that you should address the issues mentioned when
> this was rejected for 2.20, though they seem rather vague to me:
> By the way, I am disappointed at the lack of API documentation,
> describing the "classes" and functions: I'm looking at this, for
> instance:
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