Re: reinstate xscreensaver desktop files and resolve conflict with mate-screensaver
ok for me
On 08/12/18 16:35 +0100, Landry Breuil wrote:
> xfce4-screensaver (as a fork of mate-screensaver) can make use of
> xscreensavers if available, but only if the desktop files are provided
> by xscreensaver.
> They were removed from xscreensaver in
> https://github.com/openbsd/ports/commit/aca4d39d8b5fcecb58e12320be0ac983d0134ae5#diff-23f2811b8a1d1d05717bfc412b99bc66 > because gnome-screensaver had been removed, but i think they can be
> reinstated as they can be used/listed as available by mate-screensaver &
> xfce4-screensaver. No need to add a RDEP on xscreensaver though.
> I looked and most linux distros ship those .desktop files too.
> While here install popsquares.desktop from mate as
> mate-popsquares.desktop so that it doesnt conflict with the one from
> xscreensaver - no need to rename the binary as its installed in a
> distinct dir. xfce4-screensaver installs xfce4-popsquares.desktop.
> On this point for example, debian's xscreensaver doesnt ship popsquares
> https://salsa.debian.org/debian/xscreensaver/commit/3418b1b065fa32b02a0ee58308a6dea920af0220 >
> ok ?