Bug#786674: at-spi2-core: AT-SPI D-Bus bus started only in GNOME environment
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I don't really know anything about AT-SPI, but in packaging Sugar I've
noticed that it links against the gir of at-spi which indicates it is of
some use also outside of GNOME.
Now I noticed that /etc/xdg/autostart/at-spi-dbus-bus.desktop has this:
I suspect that it is whitelisting known relevant environments rather
than the exhaustive list of possible working environments.
Now, instead of requesting to add Sugar (or whatever is its indicative
XDG string) to that whitelist, I suggest to instead flip around and
replace with a blacklist of known irrelevant environments - which I
(blindly) guess would be this:
Hope that is of some help,
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