I have a directory at the head of my PATH that contains alternate
versions of command line utils like grep, ls, etc., but E puts
/usr/bin ahead of it, overriding my tools of choice with the system
If my understanding is correct, the only way currently to have
directories that E prepends to your PATH appended instead is to use
I'd like to see a more sane option if there isn't one already.
Alternatively, I wonder if it wouldn't be a better idea to only
prepend directories to PATH if they aren't already contained within
it--thereby preserving the user's desired search order.
this should fix T5953
so some other clients like mpv also try to explicitly position their
windows (like centering on screen 0 ALWAYS) and this now gets caught
up in trying to detect libreoffice doing the same thing for
presentations. so only support this is the app has explicitly
requested initial positionin explicitly and then use pending configures.
This isn't very accurate but seems to be what other tools that check at slower rates than every second do. For instance if you are checking every 10 seconds and in that time frame 500 kb was received, was the throughput for each second 50 kb? No, not likely, but that is the result you will see here. I guess this is one of those close enough things. Thanks to @davemds for reporting this issue.
It looks like the only way we can get here with NULL resource data
is when we explicitly cleared it in the del hook, meaning the client
is dead to us. In this case it's ok to ignore the cursor set request.