Re: Bug#597864: libproxy0 not functional without libmozjs2d
On Wed, Oct 06, 2010 at 06:30:41AM +0200, Emilio Pozuelo Monfort wrote:
> On 23/09/10 23:45, Josselin Mouette wrote:
> > Le jeudi 23 septembre 2010 à 19:55 +0200, Emilio Pozuelo Monfort a
> > écrit :
> >> That's not true. libproxy can autodetect the proxy configuration from several
> >> places, libmozjs being one of them. But if you don't have it, it can still
> >> autodetect it from GConf (for GNOME), some KDE mechanism (I'm not a KDE guy!),
> >> your environment, a configuration file... so we don't force anything to be
> >> installed, because you most likely have installed something so that libproxy can
> >> autodetect the proxy settings.
> > It would be really interesting to build again libproxy with
> > hard, but it avoids this situation.
> We could enable it again, I doubt there will be a soname bump in any of the 3
> libraries in Squeeze.
> RT: I disabled webkit support in libproxy to break a dependency loop (libproxy
> -> webkit -> libsoup -> libproxy) because of a transition. Would it be
> acceptable if I enabled it back for Squeeze?
Does that mean libproxy will depend (as in Depends control field) on
webkit ? That's going to be a problem later, because iceweasel 4.0 may use
libproxy (I enabled it, but I'm not entirely sure I'll keep it that way).
> Gustavo, I guess there are no plans of splitting JSC into its own tarball upstream?