Re: libgd's dependency on xlib stops netsaint from "testing"
Quoting Bernd Eckenfels (email@example.com):
> It would be nice if you can avoid using xlibs, which
> in turn depends in xfree86-common.
A simple solution for this would be to make libgd1 *suggest* xlibs, but
not depend on it. Since libgd1 will work when xlibs is not installed (eg.
purged with --force-depends), only xpm support will be broken.
I have not really tested this situation, but it's the most logical result.
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