Re: is it possible to install a desktop-manager without python and perl?
2009/6/22 Neal Hogan <email@example.com>:
> 2009/6/22 明? <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 4:11 PM,
>> thveillon.debian<email@example.com> wrote:
>>>>Sebastian Günther wrote:
>>>> * 明? (firstname.lastname@example.org) [22.06.09 03:18]:
>>>>> I want to keep the programs in my system all written in c/c++, no
>>>>> python or perl or any other programming languages, is it possible to
>>>>> reach it? I removed the 2 packages, python and perl, from my system,
>>>>> and of cause, I losed my desktop, is it possible to install a desktop
>>>>> manager without perl and python? which is the proper desktop manager?
>>>> # apt-cache --installed rdepends (perl|python)
>>>> should show you which packages depend on perl resp. python. Then you can
>>>> decide wether you can live without them.
>>> But aren't "perl" or "python" packages just metapackages acting like
>>> glue for all the others in the section ? I don't know if removing them
>>> will have any effect on the libs already installed.
>>> And doesn't the package configuration system needs python and/or perl
>>> stuff ?
>> yes, i hate it so much! if i remove python, the whole gnome
>> environment are removed; if i remove perl, the whole xorg system is
>> removed. I don't think it's a good design to make python or perl so
>> bottom, especially for people who do not like python and perl, like
>>> aptitude search ~S~i~s'(perl|python)' returns packages that look pretty
>>> low-level stuff to me, most of which I have never installed manually but
>>> were dragged in as dependencies.
>>> Looks like a strange idea to me to run a "one programming language only"
>>> system, it would hint that there's a "one fits all" language and other
>>> are just for decoration purpose... (Well, some may agree I guess ;-) )
>> yes, currently, I'm almost a "one programming language only" people, I
>> can accept the existence of other languages, but I think they should
>> be optional, not necessory!
> Necessary for what?! For you to use a computer? It seems as though
> you're being unreasonable (on many fronts), but if you are not fan of
> certain software, then don't use it. Don't bitch about how it was
> developed. Those folks (eg., gnome, X.org, etc.) produced a product
> the way that they did and then offered it to the masses for free.
> Beggers can't be choosers.
you treat yourself a begger, I'm not, I'm a chooser. Happy begging to you!
> Your a (self-proclaimed) junior programmer. Either deal with what's
> freely available to you while climb the programmer ladder, or develop
> it yourself (on paper, I guess).
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