Re: "Gnome" package now requires installing "tracker"?
Camaleón <email@example.com> wrote:
>Today I have run a dist-upgrade and tracker wanted to get installed.
>I didn't have it installed since I'm running wheezy.
>Why this hard dependency? Is tracker now a requirement for those who want
>a full GNOME desktop? :-?
>P.S. "gnome" requires "gnome-documents" and "gnome-documents" requires
Depends: gnome-core (= 1:3.0+7), desktop-base, alacarte (>= 0.13.2),
cheese (>= 3.0), ekiga (>= 3.2), evolution (>= 3.0),
evolution-plugins (>= 3.0), file-roller (>= 3.0), gedit (>= 3.0),
gnome-documents, gnome-games (>= 1:3.0), gnome-nettool (>= 3.0),
hamster-applet (>= 2.91.2), seahorse (>= 3.0), tomboy (>= 1.6) |
gnote, vinagre (>= 3.0), abiword (>= 2.8) | libreoffice-gnome,
avahi-daemon, gimp (>= 2.6), gnome-media (>= 2.91), gnumeric (>=
1.10) | libreoffice-gnome, inkscape (>= 0.48), rhythmbox (>= 2.90),
shotwell, simple-scan, sound-juicer (>= 2.32.1+20110330),
transmission-gtk, xdg-user-dirs-gtk, cups-pk-helper (>= 0.1.2),
epiphany-extensions (>= 3.0), gedit-plugins (>= 3.0), gnome-applets
(>= 2.91), gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg (>= 0.10.12),
gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly (>= 0.10.18), gvfs-bin, nautilus-sendto
(>= 3.0), rhythmbox-plugins, rhythmbox-plugin-cdrecorder,
telepathy-gabble, telepathy-salut, totem-plugins, libgtk2-perl (>=
Given this enormous amount of dependencies, I really don’t think you
can complain about tracker. Additionally, gnome is just a meta
package, so you can safely choose to ignore it.
I have to agree, though, that gnome-documents and, more importantly,
nautilus depending upon tracker might be unfortunate, but then again:
Use something else if you don’t like tracker. To ease things further,
I bet that there is a way not to start tracker once it is installed.
1] Doesn’t really matter for me, though, as Nautilus > 3.0 is
unusable as a file/desktop manager in XFCE anyways, so I have to
stick to 2.30 :\
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