Re: Splitting up task-japanese (again)
Hi, sorry for long delay.
on Mon, 19 Jun 2000 00:34:51 +0900,
Keita Maehara <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > (IMHO, task-japanese should be splited in some way, maybe input-method,
> > but this is another issue.)
> Indeed. Actually I'm about to splitting it to "task-japanese-minimum"
> or something that every Japanese users would want to install and other
> (not so many) "task-japanese-*" packages.
> I've once posted about that before, but no one has replied. However,
> so many users still complain about it without any *real* idea :(.
> Any comments?
I agree with the idea of having some fine-tuned/classified subgroup
of task-japanese-* packages, in addition with the main big task-japanese
package (main package can depends the combination of subgroups).
I proposed that adding task-japanese-ghostscript with
Depends: gs, vflib2, watanabe-vfont, asiya24-vfont
so that those required fonts packages can be installed by apt-get.
Do you think that what packages task-japanese-minimum should have ?
For glibc2.1, locale-ja must be included in it (Hopefully glibc2.2
will not require it anymore, I pray). Are jless/lv also thought to
be members of task-japanese-minimum ? kcc/nkf ?
kon2 / jfbterm may be members of task-japanese-console, I suppose.
Here are some package planning I will propose. How do you feel ?
locale-ja (>= 13),
Taketoshi Sano: <email@example.com>,<firstname.lastname@example.org>,<email@example.com>