How comes mtools depend on xlib6g? I don't use X, and thus I consider it
very stupid to have both xlib6g & xfree86-common installed, but I have to
if I want mtools installed...
If there's no good explanation, I'll submit a bug-report. And if there's
something in xlib6g that mtools really needs, why not break it out of
xlib6g and make it a separate package?
Oh, and why does xlib6g depend on xfree86-common? Wouldn't it be more
natural the other way around only?
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