Re: libsystemd [was: Re: Is missing SysV-init support a bug?]
> > I can understand this need, although never needed it myself.
> > But implementation makes me sad. Instead of creating UNIX-way solution
> > (create /var/run/foo.ready, when you are ready?), it does the worst
> > thing I can imagine.
> If communicating with another local daemon via a UNIX domain socket is the
> worst thing that you can imagine, you don't have a very good imagination.
Socket is not bad thing. Inventing daemon for no reason is
complicating things for no reason => bad. Thanks history, we have pid
files, not `libpid' to talk to `pidd'.
I would be interested to know of more selling points of libsystemd,
but discussion how to implement them in simple way does not belong to
debian-devel, but to upstream projects lists.
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