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RE: LSB status of sarge?



>> Someone more expert and up-to-speed than I will have to figure out
>> what we need to do to accommodate the C++ and graphics specs.  AFAICS
>> all it would need to be is a dummy package (lsb-cxx providing
>> lsb-cxx-noarch and lsb-cxx-{arch}) with dependencies on lsb and
>> libstdc++5, and lsb would need the lsb-graphics-* provides (I suppose
>> a separate lsb-core could be created that would be a subset of lsb,
>> and lsb could depend on that and the X stuff; any thoughts?).
>
>This is mostly right. The way I would envision it is that the lsb
>package would depend on lsb-core, lsb-cxx, and lsb-graphics, each of
>which would provide the arch specific set of dependencies as you
>outlined above, and depend on the packages that provide the
>functionallity required in each.
>
>lsb-cxx and lsb-graphics should probably depend on lsb-core also.
>
>Most people will just install lsb, but it would be possible install
>only lsb-core if desired.

I didn't think we really wanted lsb-cxx exposed as a separate module?

This should probably also mention the noarch components....



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