On Fri, 2009-01-02 at 18:17 +0100, Per Olofsson wrote: > Hi Ben, > > Ben Hutchings wrote: > > I need some guidance on how to deal with the following related bugs: > > > > #374644: xine-ui: ctrl/shift key press emulation implementation broken > > #506001: xine-ui: xine causes left ctrl keyup events every 20 seconds > > These are the same bug: xine-ui suppresses screensavers by injecting > > fake keystrokes, which may be received by other windows. It also > > suppresses gnome-screensaver cleanly, so we could disable the key > > injection code without affecting GNOME users. However, this would be a > > regression for users of the X server screensaver, xscreensaver or the > > KDE screensaver. > > > > My proposed fix involves using xdg-screensaver, which supports all the > > different screensavers. However, this suffers from the following bugs: > > #508125: xdg-screensaver: Race in suspend/resume can lead to process leak > > #508126: x11-utils: xprop -spy does not handle destruction properly > > I do not think that these are, in themselves, RC. > > > > I have now proposed fixes for all of these, and the result appears to be > > robust. Should I NMU with these fixes? Should any of these bugs be > > down/upgraded? > > Feel free to NMU xdg-utils, as the maintainer I have no problems with > that. I would appreciate if you commit directly to the git repository, > which is in collab-maint (but it's not necessary). Done, thanks. > Sorry for not responding earlier. That's OK, the bug report wasn't obviously urgent. Ben. -- Ben Hutchings Lowery's Law: If it jams, force it. If it breaks, it needed replacing anyway.
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