Andreas Metzler <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > The recently released mozilla 1.7.13 is supposed to be the last > release of the mozilla suite. [...] > I do not think we want to ship something in etch that is not supported > today. ACK, I've also thought about this issue. > It cannot be done immediately, as a couple of packages (openoffice, > ...) link against mozilla libraries (libnspr4, libnss3) but I think it > should be a release goal, shouldn't it? Yeah. As it looks, xulrunner is available to replace all the weirdness with linking to mozilla libs. I guess removing mozilla from etch could be done in time, if we start to look for its current rdepends and urge the maintainers to switch to the libs provided by xulrunner, which provide the same functionality (and, AFAICS, didn't break the interface). I've CCed the xulrunner maintainer - is what I wrote right? Marc -- BOFH #282: High altitude condensation from U.S.A.F prototype aircraft has contaminated the primary subnet mask. Turn off your computer for 9 days to avoid damaging it.
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