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Re: Network Manager

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: Network Manager
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2012 18:11:24 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3.50 (gnu/linux)

If you want, you can host your package in GNU ELPA (i.e. the source
code would be in the `elpa' branch).


>>>>> "Ian" == Ian D <address@hidden> writes:

>        A few things:

>            1. I primarily use Wicd, so I haven't tested NetworkManager
>            yet.

>            2. The documentation I've been using for NetworkManager is
>            for version, and in the NEWS file (and before anyone
>            asks, I already checked the ChangeLog in the source I have)
>            in the source code, I found that they indeed added
>            RequestScan to NetworkManager in version 0.9.6.  The specific
>            entry is "* Add on-demand WiFi scan support".  I will see
>            what if there is anything I can do about this, although it
>            seems like there isn't much.  However, 0.9.6 is the next
>            version after 0.9.4, so I assume that the update will find
>            its way to other distros soon.

>            3. To anyone who hasn't ready any of the previous
>            emails, you do need to add "(require 'enwc-setup)" and
>            "(enwc-setup)" to your .emacs file.  I apologize for not
>            mentioning this before, and have added it to the enwc.el
>            file.

>            4. When using Wicd, scanning does take a little while, since
>            I needed it to block, otherwise the scan would complete in
>            the background after ENWC finished it, so the displayed
>            results would be invalid.  For me, it only takes a few
>            seconds to complete the scan.

> Ian D

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