On Tue, 05 Aug 2014 21:11:31 +0200 Matijs van Zuijlen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Package: python-pyatspi > Version: 2.10.0+dfsg-2 > Severity: normal > > This latest version of the python-pyatspi package depends on both > at-spi2-core and qt-at-spi, which each depend on part of gnome and kde, > respectively. In the common case, only one of these desktops is > installed and it makes no sense to pull in part of the other. > > The original bug report #749523 mentions depending on > at-spi2-core|qt-at-spi, which would allow the user to pick the most > appropriate choice. I think this would be a better solution than > depending on both packages. > > I suppose another option would be to create separate > python-pyatspi-gnome and python-pyatspi-kde packages. Hi Samuel, this needs to be fixed. Otherwise I'll have to consider dropping gnome-orca from the default GNOME installation. Pulling in unused KDE and Qt libraries is not desirable on a default GNOME installation. Please consider moving the qt-at-spi dependency to some other package. libqt-something might be a suitable place so it will be pulled in automatically whenever a KDE/Qt app is installed. Regards, Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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