[Dev] notsystemd status

Josh Branning lovell.joshyyy at gmail.com
Sat Jul 15 19:39:15 GMT 2017

On 15/07/17 17:20, Luke Shumaker wrote:
> Hi all.
> Just an update on notsystemd.
> Arch finally moved systemd 233 from [testing] to [core] on Thursday
> the 6th (both 233.75-2 and 233.75-3 were on [core] that day).  Some of
> the FSDG patches had to be reworked a bit, but I had 233 on [libre]
> fairly quickly; on Friday the 7th.
> I was hoping have notsystemd 233.1 published that weekend, but I
> didn't get it done.  I've had things come up during the week, and
> didn't have a chance to touch it during the week until yesterday.
> Anyway, I just wanted to put out an update that it's coming.  Maybe
> I'll get it done this weekend, maybe not.


> I now notice that systemd 234 is on [testing].  Hopefully I'll get
> notsystemd 233.1 on [libre] before systemd 234 hits [core]!  If not,
> I'll still publish notsystemd 233.1 before working on 234.1; I expect
> that the work from 233->234 will be minimal; most of the trouble is
> that 233 changed how mixed cgroup mode works.
>   (aside: I see that 234 now officially supports Meson instead of
>   Automake (Meson had been in git for a while).  On one hand that's
>   exciting.  On the other hand, I'd put a bunch of work in to gutting
>   out Automake for my own Autothing for notsystemd development.  It's
>   bittersweet.)

I prefer Automake myself, so that's just dandy.


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