Hi Adam, On Sonntag, 29. September 2013, Adam D. Barratt wrote: > We're considering removing chmsee from stable due to its > non-compatibility with newer iceweasel versions; see #723116. right. http://code.google.com/p/chmsee/ also suggests this, quote: == Stop maintain == ChmSee is not being developed anymore. I haven't read CHM documents more than a year, new and update IT books are pdfs or epubs, so it's right time to end this chm viewer. == News == 2013-08-25: Stop maintain. 2013-06-28: Release ChmSee 2.0.2 to compatible with xulrunner 22. 2013-04-22: Release ChmSee 2.0.1 to compatible with xulrunner 20. 2013-01-18: Release ChmSee 2.0. End of quote from there... > chmsee only has one reverse-dependency in the archive - > education-desktop-lxde, which recommends it. Given the nature of the > software, I'm not really sure why that recommendation is in place, and I > couldn't find any hints in the changelog. I've just dropped the chmsee recommends from the debian-edu source package, so this will go away in the future. I'll send another mail about debian-edu updates for wheezy 7.2 either later today or tomorrow (or worst case, thursday), but I dont think removing chmsee from wheezy will cause Debian Edu any harm, as we just recommend it. So please go ahead! :-) (And thanks for informing us.) > Would anyone be able to enlighten me or provide further information? Just in case I've cc:ed Andrew Lee on this, as he is a/the LXDE person in Debian and Debian Edu. cheers, Holger
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