Bug#430896: general: GNOME or KDE desktops should issue a warning when the user unplugs USB media without unmounting.
On Fri, Jun 29, 2007 at 10:49:29AM +0200, Michael Biebl wrote:
> Yves-Alexis Perez wrote:
> > On jeu, 2007-06-28 at 06:24 +0200, Michael Biebl wrote:
> >> I'm not sure if XFCE in Debian already uses
> >> gnome-mount, though.
> > No, and we don't really want to depends on gnome stuff, especially
> > looking at the huge dependencies list of gnome-mount. We already use
> > exo-mount, which doesn't yet provide this functionality, afaik.
> Hi Yves-Alexis,
> the long list of GNOME dependencies is because of the nautilus plugin.
> I could either split out the nautilus plugin into a seperate package or exclude
> the nautilus plugin from dh_shlibdeps. As nautilus automatically provides the
> necessary dependencies, the latter would be an acceptable and cheap solution
> (and it's the one taken by our Ubuntu fellows).
Please note that skipping the nautilus plugin in dh_shlibdeps opens the
possibility that your nautilus plugin will be built against a different
version of one of these libs than nautilus itself is (like, say... gail or
eel2, both of which are currently going through soname changes in unstable),
and the skew would be unnoticed at the packaging level due to the lack of
I've seen maintainers move these shlibdeps for optional components into
Recommends before. That still won't be enforced, but it's at least
greppable/parseable and gives the user some feedback at install time (at
least with aptitude) about why the package isn't usable.
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