On 01/08/12 "rosea.grammostola" wrote:
I guess. But for those who need to play around with stuff before they
find what they can use to start being productive it's not good.
That many apps already have a form of session management is one of the
problems for NSM. What should a developer do when attempting to support
NSM in an application which already has Jack Session support and LASH
support? It increases the complexity of what the user interface has to
>It's kind of a pity that NSM was released not earlier. Because of
Maybe it's actually better - at least most people are aware now of the
problems with the other session managers (although from my experience
with LASH the main problems I faced were persistent crashes before ever
figuring out how to use it and way before any awareness of it's design
In Petri-Foo it wasn't so much of a problem. I simply removed support
for LASH because there was no user base to tell me otherwise. But can I
do that with other apps?
I'm looking at jack-rack for instance.