There seems to be an issue with the RECORD extension in Xorg.
How many time do we have to repeat that to learn?
It’s possible to write scripts using some GNU Xnee bash functions to fake user input. To speed up things (don’t pre optimise!!!) I’ve tested launching one one instance of cnee and use a fifo or tail -f to write to that instance. The solution has been buggy to say the least.
A while ago, I got yabr (yet another bug report). This time I decided to be a bit bolder and perhaps remove old code. So right now when diving down into the report I remove all the fancy fifo and file/tail -f stuff and start a new cnee process for every xnee function the user calls. Guess what, it works better. Smoothly. …. and not consuming that much CPU.
So again, the kiss principe proves to be a good one.
Jeremiah Foster just invited to a release party for Debian Lenny.
Cut paste from his blog post:
A bunch O people are planning to gather in Göteborg to celebrate the planned release of Lenny, otherwise known as debian GNU/Linux 5.0. Even if debian does not release Lenny as scheduled, we are having the party anyway! The target release date is the 14th but our party is on the 18th, here are the details;
Lenny Release Party on Wednesday the 18th of February
411 13 Göteborg
Tel. 031-13 60 70
See you there 🙂