Le lundi 16 mars 2009 à 14:08 +0100, Josselin Mouette a écrit : > 3. GNOME-PYTHON-EXTRAS > > What is happening in unstable: > * egg.trayicon, gtkhtml2 and gtkmozembed each have their own > binary package (python-eggtrayicon, python-gtkhtml2, > python-gtkmozembed) > * gksu 1.X is going away (nothing uses it anyway) > * gda is going away, at least for a while > * gtkspell will have its own binary package (currently in NEW) > > What will change upstream: > * It’s very hard to tell, these modules don’t seem to change much. > * Most of them have better replacements, so other packages should > really get of these dependencies anyway. > > What changes to apply to Debian packages: > * To simplify the dependency tree, the dependencies of > python-gnome2-extras on python-eggtrayicon, python-gtkhtml2 and > python-gtkmozembed are going away, probably right after the > squeeze release. > * Therefore, packages using these modules *must* be updated to use > the new binary package as dependency instead. Apparently, developers have a strong tendency to not fix these bugs the correct way and instead, to make packages depend on e.g. python-gtkmozembed | python-gnome2-extras Therefore, I’m probably going to make gnome-python-extras follow the gnome-python-desktop path: * the gksu2 and gdl modules will go in python-gksu2 and python-gdl * when gda comes back (Gustavo is working on packaging libgda4), it will be in python-gda * let’s take that opportunity to ditch egg.recent away Are people OK with this approach? -- .''`. Debian 5.0 "Lenny" has been released! : :' : `. `' Last night, Darth Vader came down from planet Vulcan and told `- me that if you don't install Lenny, he'd melt your brain.
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