XCB 1.1 in ports -- assertion behaviour changed

Tilman Sauerbeck tilman at crux.nu
Sun Nov 18 11:23:14 UTC 2007

I've put libxcb 1.1 in ports some days ago. In previous versions, the
CRUX port used to disable the xlib locking assertions. In 1.1, the XCB
developers added support for suppressing the assertions using the
environment variable LIBXCB_ALLOW_SLOPPY_LOCK.

So if you've got Xlib applications crashing with the locking assertion,


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