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Re: How do you want non-i386 handled in dexter? (+ mouse types)

On Sat, Oct 14, 2000 at 09:03:20AM -0400, Ben Collins wrote:
> Obviously the server list in dexter needs to be different on non-i386,
> aswell as the generated keyboard lines (on sun there are two default
> possibilies, i386 and type5).
> How do you forsee this happening? There isn't a clean way right now,
> expect for outputting a complete list of servers for each arch (lots of
> duplication). I don't think it can be handled cleanly in shell, so will
> you change to perl (the var/string handling in shell loses in this case).

Why not have dexter generate the list at runtime based on the files in

> Also, sunmouse is an option. Problem is, xf4 currently has no idea what
> "Sun" type is. On top of that, I tried a ppc build, and it has no idea
> what a "USB" mouse is. Known problem?
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