Re: Fwd: ITP: glib2, gtk2, inti
--- Christian Marillat <email@example.com>
> >> When you talk about gtk2 and glib2, you mean gtk+
> >> 1.35 and glib 1.3.5 ?
> MAS> Indeed, but for package naming purpose I guess
> MAS> them libglib2 and libgtk2 would work.
> I disagree. The API may change between 1.3.5 and 2.0
Right, just realised that makes more sense since the
library files produced are tagged 1.3 (libglib.so.1.3
etc.). 1.3 it is then.
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