Re: to alarm or not to alarm (was: Re: [Evolution] Completely unload Evolution from memory.)
- From: Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo ximian com>
- To: guenther <guenther rudersport de>
- Cc: evolution lists ximian com
- Subject: Re: to alarm or not to alarm (was: Re: [Evolution] Completely unload Evolution from memory.)
- Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2003 11:55:41 +0200
On Tue, 2003-07-22 at 17:37, guenther wrote:
I just wondered (nope, not using alarm normally):
As these processes have to be running for notifying the user, shouldn't
they be launched on login?
As they are not running on login, the user will not be notified unless
he actually runs Evolution -- at least for a short time.
if you start evolution on a GNOME session, when closing the session, the
list of running programs is saved, so the alarm daemon should be started
if it was running when the session was ended.
Well, as I said, I am just wondering. I don't use alarms ATM.
Neither did I ever save my session when logging out. I only manually
added gkrellm to the session to start on login. I don't like
automatically recreating all running apps and I even close my apps
before logging out...
I also close all my apps before logging out, but I don't kill the other
processes, so this saves any daemon/component that is running for the
Isn't it working that way for you?
That said: Nope, no process with substring 'evo' after login.
Is this planned to be automagical or is the user intended to always save
sessions? IMHO that should be more clear -- otherwise users might count
on being alarmed although they won't.
I think this should work on any X session, that is, in KDE at least. I'm
not sure of this though.
Maybe I am just not getting the point...
the other way to be sure to have it always started is the "old way", to
start evolution-alarm-notify on your .xinitrc/.xsession files.
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