2011/3/2 Andriy Gapon <email@example.com>:
> on 02/03/2011 17:18 Michal Varga said the following:
>> On Wed, 2011-03-02 at 16:13 +0100, Michal Varga wrote:
>>> So instead of fixing things like these in ports, I'd say the issue
>>> should be reported/fix submitted to upstream, it's pretty much possible
>>> that they don't even know that there are systems that don't run evdev
>>> (note that I don't mean it offensively, more like speaking generally
>>> from experience, it simply happens).
>> Eh, I meant udev of course, I guess that's enough coffee for me today.
> That's possible, of course. Another possibility is that they think that
> everything is Linux, or everything is like Linux, or they don't care about not Linux.
Development of pulseaudio is certainly a bit of a linux-focused
affair. But we very much want other platforms to be included as well,
as can be seen by the OSX, *BSD, Solaris and win32 support currently
in the tree.
> I am all for contacting them, for sure.
> Just want to point out that the proposed patch would not be against the nature of
> the ports, because it doesn't affect functionality, but addresses OS differences.
There is already some FreeBSD specific code in PulseAudio upstream.
Especially considering some changes required to make pulse run on
freebsd and netbsd are quite similar, I think it makes sense to submit
> Andriy Gapon