Hi again, once the packages mentioned in my previous mail available, one can then consider libgnome2, libgnomeui, etc. but there's another dependency loop. I'm attaching an SVG image that depicts it. I tried the following: * build libproxy without having libmozjs-dev installed. No tweaks are needed, configure summary just shows that mozjs support is disabled. * build libsoup2.4, everything's fine. * build gvfs, noticed an FTBFS on non-Linux architectures due to bluetooth stuff in a .install; patch on its way to the BTS. Once that fixed, libgnome2-dev becomes installable. * build libbonoboui, everything's fine. * build libgnomeui, everything's fine. * build xulrunner, everything's fine. * build libproxy again, with libmozjs-dev installed this time, it looks like everything's fine, mozjs support is enabled this time. So it looks like by uploading a manually-built (and untouched, which is what I'm trying to do as much as possible) libproxy package, we get rid of the dependency, and it'll only need a binNMU to get mozjs support once xulrunner's built. Mraw, KiBi.
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