Re: gconf transition
Le lundi 09 janvier 2006 à 14:41 +0100, Tollef Fog Heen a écrit :
> | Ladies and gentlemen, this is a perfect example of why linking indirect
> | dependencies is a very bad thing. Let me explain.
> No, it's not. At least not in the way GTK & friends work.
> | Of all binaries shipped with GConf, gconf-sanity-check is the only one
> | using GTK+. The only application using gconf-sanity-check is
> | gnome-session. On first sight, it looks safe to exclude
> | gconf-sanity-check for the computation of gconf dependencies,
> Uhm, this is where you go wrong. You can't just exclude binaries
> nilly-willy like this.
Of course I can. The gconf-sanity-check binary is absolutely not
necessary for the rest of the gconf functionality. This is an optional
add-on, which isn't even in /usr/bin. It is perfectly safe to put its
dependencies in Recommends:.
A more elegant solution would be to make a separate package for
gconf-sanity-check, but it is only 11K.
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