Dejan Lesjak dejan.lesjak at ijs.si
Fri Jul 14 11:51:31 UTC 2006

On Friday 14 July 2006 01:59, pfgshield-freebsd at yahoo.com wrote:
> Hi;
> Just here mumbling...
> It would be interesting to set
> X11BASE=/usr/X11     when using XFree86 and
> X11BASE=${LOCALBASE} when using XOrg.
> Not only due to historical consistency (/usr/X11 is the path recommended in
> XFree86 manpages), but as a way to be able to use XFree86 and keep the
> system somewhat cleaner.

Well, I was planing XFree86 would move to LOCALBASE as well - if it doesn't, 
ports depending on X11 would have to special case XFree86 libraries and 
includes and such, which would make system a bit less clean. Why do you think 
using /usr/X11 would make things cleaner?


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