Joined: July 2004
||Posted: Oct. 16 2007,23:42
I'm not sure, but this sounds like if there isn't a menu item there also will not be an open box created. Is this correct? That would solve the library/non-interactive-app question.
|To support a menuless environment, if an extension creates a menu item, a .app will be created. If the extension has no xpm icon then the default "open box" will be use by association.|
From a glance, it looks like DSL has all the necessary libs for gv, and it doesn't need mowitz. I'm not sure about the size difference, but if both gvu and xpdf were removed for gv, I'm guessing you *might* save a little room. But as I said, I haven't compared gv's pdf quality. I've opened a few and they look fine, but it might not support some pdf features that are found in xpdf.
|xpdf is the lightest pdf reader available. Unless gv was replacing it?|
Personally I wouldn't miss Perl at all, but I think it would be really annoying for all the wireless folks who depend on ndiswrapper. Keep bugging the manufacturer of your wireless card, and of your friends' and families' wireless cards, to release the specs to their hardware so that free and complete Linux drivers can be created for that hardware.
|would it be possible to get rid of perl?|
I haven't looked at your (robert's) code yet, but I plan to make a slight modification to exit.lua. Its current behavior, if you uncheck "backup" and then select "reboot" (or "shutdown" if reboot is already selected), is to automatically re-check "backup". This doesn't seem like a logical behavior, and I assume it will be a minor thing to change.