Tomasz Kłoczko (kloczek(a)zie.pg.gda.pl) said:
Dnia 24-05-2006, śro o godzinie 12:37 -0400, Bill Nottingham
> It was linked statically. Static glib libs went away, so....
OK. Next round .. why have (literaly) *one* binary (ppp-watch) which
uses now shared libglib must affect glib ?
Is not better rewrite this tool for not use glib ? or what so big
performs ppp-watch where using glib is neccessary ? is it realy so hard
rewrite this for not use glib ?
How does glib in /lib change things in a bad way? (Realistically,
by having it shared in PAM, etc., it saves memory....)
This also enables using other things earlier in the boot process,
such as d-bus, hal, NM, etc.