All I can say it is working for me, but
for some reason (the regression
) you have to change the theme in order to GtkSourceView take effect.
I've uploaded some logs to pastebin, should you have the time to diff'em.
BOOT DISK & cmdline
Just trying to catch the bug with someone who knows... Certainly, I've observed some strange behaviours in XFCE. And it's a shame. I have Manjaro XFCE in my production machine, but after all these years, there are some strange behaviors coming to life from time to time (some of them not even solved):
- Close session, re-starts it twice
- Duplicated service daemons at session startup
It's like trying to get the Millenium Falcon into shape again and again. And it's getting bored. So, given the fact of MATE/Budgie evolution, and the waste of resources, I'm leaving the XFCE bandwagon unless all those irritating bugs got sorted out soon.
As you stated before,
donald wrote: ↑
08 Jun 2018, 08:22
I'm just a user and not a developer,
so I don't care about the size of the module.
What is the point of stripping down a module to the bone
if you have to add MB's of stuff afterwards to make it work
like it did before?
and I feel like that. With today's hardware, (even 10 years old machines) there is no need to whip yourself with the lack of options/tools. Don't get me wrong, Porteus modularity is a must. A big must. Has proved to be helpfull in most case scenarios. And I think the team effort to bring 7 desktops to life, is enormous. We are users, right, but in the end, the developer is
a user too...
On the other hand, Linux is already mature, but unfortunately there are too many brilliant solutions scattered, and no one bringing all togheter. We are trapped in the middle of the Minimalism vs BeProductive guerrilla
(BTW, everyone here knows who's the teacher and who's the apprentice)