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On 03/05/12 16:18, Mike Frysinger wrote:
> On Thursday 03 May 2012 17:39:30 Walter Dnes wrote:
>> I think Chromium's problem is that it's based on Chrome.
> you've got that wrong. Chrome is based on Chromium.
>> And Google is "pulling an AOL" by trying to turn Chrome into an OS for its
> ChromeOS and Chrome are run as semi-separate projects. the former uses Gentoo
> to provide a slim/secure Linux base in which you run Chrome.
>> I fail to understand why a *WEB BROWSER* needs elfutils and dbus and udev as
>> hard-coded dependancies.
> you need to think bigger. Chromium supports joystick inputs (which come and
> go) for playing games in the browser, so udev makes sense.
So is it using libudev to get that information? I guess would be
possible to patch it out, probably dbus would cover that base as well.
(As soon I have some time I might dabble with a dbus integration for mdev)
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