Anyone object to changing src/nrelease/root/etc/mk.conf from
It would also be good to have it install to /usr/pkg/etc/mk.conf so that
it's all under $LOCALBASE, but I don't know an immediate way to change
#2 Updated by justin about 10 years ago
If X11_TYPE is not set, what gets installed? What happens if we drop it
What it is now, to save people the effort of looking:
#3 Updated by joerg about 10 years ago
The current default for DragonFly is X11_TYPE=xorg. That's defined in
pkgsrc/mk/platform/DragonFly.mk. The fallback define is X11_TYPE=native
At some point in the future, the default will change to X11_TYPE=modular
for DragonFly. Future == somewhere within this quarter. Depending on the
feedback of issues still left, it is sooner or later.
#4 Updated by justin about 10 years ago
That future date should (I hope) be before the next DragonFly release, if
at all possible, or else we'll end up with the old version of xorg
trailing around until the 2.2 release.
The 'it' I referred to when asking about dropping it was the whole file -
are those other values also going to be set to the same by default? What
I'm working towards is: will there be any noticeable change for users,
other than possibly X11_TYPE, if that file goes away?