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Re: Developing Gnome Apps with Debian?

> a lot of violence.  Maybe that's the way to do it, though.  I also spent
> some time finding out all the packages I would have to remove if I
> removed libgtk*.  That seemed like more work than was necessary as well,
> but perhaps that's the right way to do it.

not the answer to your main question sorry but you can find out what
packages you would have to remove if you removed libgtk by simply running:

# apt-get remove libgtk*

heyzeus(larry)$ sudo apt-get remove libgtk*
Reading Package Lists... Done
Building Dependency Tree... Done
Note, selecting libgtkgl0-dev instead of libgtkgl-dev
The following extra packages will be installed:
  bitchx libdb2-util mc-common 
The following packages will be REMOVED:
  abiword bitchx-gtk dia gaby gdk-imlib-dev gimp gimp-nonfree gmc gnapster
  gnomba gnome-bin gnome-control-center gnome-core gnome-gv gnome-napster
  gnome-pim gnome-print gnomeicu gnotepad+ gnumeric gqmpeg gqview grip
  gtkfontsel gtop gxset gxsnmp imlib-progs jpilot libart-dev libcapplet0
  libglade-gnome0 libglade0 libgnome-dev libgnome32 libgnomesupport0
  libgnomeui32 libgnorba-dev libgnorba27 libgnorbagtk0 libgtk-perl libgtk1
  libgtk1.1 libgtk1.2 libgtk1.2-dev libgtkxmhtml1 libgtop1 libzvt2 mtr pan
  powershell qiv smpeg-gtv xchat xpcd-gimp xscreensaver 
The following NEW packages will be installed:
2 packages upgraded, 1 newly installed, 56 to remove and 308 not upgraded.
Need to get 1501kB of archives. After unpacking 55.6MB will be freed.
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