On Tue, Oct 02, 2001 at 01:03:09PM +0100, Glynn Foster wrote:
> Ronny B wrote:
> > It's pig slow.
> I think quite a lot of speed improvements have gone into nautilus CVS HEAD
> over the past couple of weeks, mainly from suggestions by Alan Cox as to
> what the possible performance issues were. So it might be worth trying to
> see if you can get your hands on as new a version of nautilus as you can,
> including it's dependancies, especially gnome-vfs and bonoboui. As to whether
> Ximian pkgs are uptodate is another matter :)
I am avoiding CVS for this beast now - I sort of thought these recent
packages in the .debs from Ximian.com were the most recent major fixes
> > Second problem:No HTML. The manual is in HTML, but when I choose help
> > from the menu, I just get the raw source. I presume the .debs just
> > aren't up to normal Debian standards :/
> Sounds like the sgml docs aren't getting converted to html on the fly
> but I have no clue what is wrong, sorry.
It's HTML, definitely. Not SGML source. Is Nautilus maybe based on some
external renderer that they forgot to include in the dependencies?
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