udev replaced by systemd-tools
On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 7:44 PM, IonuÈ› BÃ®ru <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 5:21 PM, Dave Reisner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> Just an FYI -- we came across some minor nags in testing last night with
>> udev containing rules that it couldn't support (due to a missing
>> systemd-sysctl binary). After some nagging from Tom, we decided that it
>> was best to simply merge the udev and systemd-tools packages together.
>> There's a few reasons for this:
>> - systemd-tools is meant to be a package that everyone can benefit from
>> Â*(regardless of PID 1)
>> - everyone will eventually have systemd-tools installed anyways, as
>> Â*initscripts will be using it
>> - lower maintenance for the PKGBUILD. It's getting ugly with all the
>> Â*splitting and juggling required.
> at the beginning it was libsystemd, now is systemd-tools. the next
> step is systemd.
Regarding systemd-tools. I requested this package (which essentially
contains all the bits of systemd that can be used without the systemd
daemon) so that we can use it from initscripts. Lots of stuff in
initscripts and systemd are the same, so this should allow us to
delete a lot of code :-)
I'll post patches to arch-projects for review shortly.