Re: Debian Development environments.
let's say you need to build from source a program such as "gimp" which has many library dependencies. You don't know what they are, and you want debian to auto-install the -dev packages you need. apt-get build-dep is your friend.
/etc/apt [ROOT@pocky]# apt-get build-dep gimp
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree... Done
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automake1.7 intltool libaa1-dev libcroco3-dev libexif-dev libgail-common libgail-dev libgail17 libgnomecanvas2-dev libgsf-1-dev
libgtkhtml2-0 libgtkhtml2-dev librsvg2-dev libslang2-dev libwmf-dev libxml-parser-perl libxpm-dev patchutils python-gtk2-dev
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On 4/12/07, Josselin Mouette
Le jeudi 12 avril 2007 à 14:25 +0100, Luis Matos a écrit :
> gnome-devel has what? anjuta, devhelp, glade and ...
... and gnome-core-devel.
> i see for example
> that it has no -dev dependency ... so ... how are people going to
> compile stuff against gnome/gtk/linux libraries? They are only