On Mon, 2010-03-22 at 01:41 +0000, Zhu, Yongsheng wrote:
> Your comment about syncevo-dbus-server being compiled, but not
> implies that the default should better do a runtime check, something
> --use-daemon[=yes/no] run operations in cooperation with the
> background sync daemon; enabled by default if
> it is installed
Yes, the way I'm implementing is what Patrick says but with a difference by
using option '--dbus' or '-b'. I'll change it.
"dbus" is an implementation detail that users don't need to know about.
Hopefully they'll understand the concept of a daemon.
> If the option is not given, the command line should try to start
> daemon. If that works, use it. If not, fall back to running the sync in
> the process.
I'd like to implement it in this way.
Okay. Answering your other email, the option above was meant to be a
runtime check, not a configure options.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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