It's time to jettison CCSM
didrocks at ubuntu.com
Fri Jan 27 11:14:57 UTC 2012
Le 27/01/2012 03:16, Andrew Starr-Bochicchio a écrit :
> On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 8:04 PM, Marc Deslauriers
> <marc.deslauriers at canonical.com> wrote:
>>> Of course, the correct way to solve this issue is far more complicated
>>> than just removing a package from the archive, it require solving
>>> bugs, bringing new code in Unity while avoiding unwanted side effects
>>> on compiz and basically requires more manpower.
>> If someone would step up and fix CCSM so a novice user can't mess up
>> their desktop with two mouse clicks, we wouldn't be having this
> Just what would that look like? As someone who hasn't run into these
> issues, it's hard to tell from this thread what would be enough for
> people to consider CCSM "fixed." A lot of the opposition to CCSM seems
> to be based on the nature of the tool itself rather than any specific
> bugs (though judging from Launchpad it certainly has its share of
> those). Are there specific plugins or options that are considered
> harmful or especially problematic? Are these found in the core plugins
> that are installed by default? Perhaps they should be broken out into
> one of the universe plugin-extras packages? Or are they in one of the
> universe packages already? Maybe we could better split the plugin
They are already split sincce Oneiric. For plugins that are "officially
suppported" upstream, we only install those that are used with the unity
session right now (25 plugins exactly). Those are installed by
compiz-plugins-default and compiz-plugins-main-default, the others are
in compiz-plugins and compiz-plugins-main which are not installed by
default (but are still there if you upgraded your machine from a version
>> - Since it's settings are separate from Unity a "unity --reset"
>> doesn't fix it, you have to blow away .compiz or some other dotfile
>> directories to get a desktop back.
> Is this true? I just tested this by exporting my compiz settings using
> CCSM and running a "unity --reset" All my custom settings seem to have
> been cleared. Using CCSM, I was then easily able to re-import my
> backed up settings and restore them all. The unity python wrapper
> seems to try and wipe all your compiz settings if --reset is used. It
> subprocess.Popen(["gconftool-2", "--recursive-unset", "/apps/compiz-1"])
> Is there a bug in unity's --reset option where this doesn't work in
> some cases? Should the option to reset all options to their default
> be made more prominent in CCSM?
No, Jorge wasn't quite right on this one, unity --reset indeed reset the
whole compiz settings, not just the unity one
>> - I'm sure at UDS you've seen didrocks show you one of the ways it
>> breaks even when using parts of it that shouldn't break.
> I'll take his word on this.
> I'd love to hear some more specific issues.
I've added some on my other post in this thread.
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