loredana <email@example.com> (04/05/2011): > What I am asking for is to keep text configuration files by default, > because they could be really useful in solving in a very simple and > generalized way plenty of problems, or just for documentation and > pedagogic purposes. Because it's not useful at all to have boilerplate there, because we have plenty of documentation already (the accessibility wiki page, the pkg-xorg documentation, the various X manpages), because it's a pain to maintain upgrade paths for configuration files, etc. 1. http://pkg-xorg.alioth.debian.org/ There's also -configure to generate a big fat xorg.conf with many stuff, but most of them are useless, so creating a file from scratch with a few targeted instructions is probably the best way for everyone. (If you're wondering, I maintain X within Debian.) Mraw, KiBi.
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