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Bug#233768: marked as done (xlibs: Too many extraneous depends)



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From: Erik Jacobson <azhrarn@underhanded.org>
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Subject: xlibs: Too many extraneous depends
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Package: xlibs
Version: 4.3.0-2
Severity: normal
Tags: sid

It's highly annoying to have to install things like defoma and now various fonts, 
and even many of the rendering related libraries from stuff that depends
on xlibs for one reason or another.  (I try to avoid them, but one or
two packages always manage to sneak in)

Mainly I run a server system, and try to keep all the extra X crap off
it as much as posisble. ;)  But certain things liek GD like it (although
the noxpm can be used most of the time)

THis may be a wishlist item, but I just noticed a lot of extra X related
stuff come down the pipe today that wasn't there before.

-- System Information:
Debian Release: testing/unstable
  APT prefers unstable
  APT policy: (500, 'unstable')
Architecture: i386 (i686)
Kernel: Linux 2.6.0
Locale: LANG=C, LC_CTYPE=C

Versions of packages xlibs depends on:
ii  libice6                       4.3.0-2    Inter-Client Exchange library
ii  libsm6                        4.3.0-2    X Window System Session Management
ii  libx11-6                      4.3.0-2    X Window System protocol client li
ii  libxext6                      4.3.0-2    X Window System miscellaneous exte
ii  libxft1                       4.3.0-2    FreeType-based font drawing librar
ii  libxi6                        4.3.0-2    X Window System Input extension li
ii  libxmu6                       4.3.0-2    X Window System miscellaneous util
ii  libxmuu1                      4.3.0-2    lightweight X Window System miscel
ii  libxp6                        4.3.0-2    X Window System printing extension
ii  libxpm4                       4.3.0-2    X pixmap library
ii  libxrandr2                    4.3.0-2    X Window System Resize, Rotate and
ii  libxt6                        4.3.0-2    X Toolkit Intrinsics
ii  libxtrap6                     4.3.0-2    X Window System protocol-trapping 
ii  libxtst6                      4.3.0-2    X Window System event recording an
ii  xlibs-data                    4.3.0-2    X Window System client data

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From: Branden Robinson <branden@debian.org>
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Subject: Re: Bug#233768: xlibs: Too many extraneous depends
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On Thu, Feb 19, 2004 at 09:28:42PM +0000, Erik Jacobson wrote:
> Package: xlibs
> Version: 4.3.0-2
> Severity: normal
> Tags: sid
>=20
> It's highly annoying to have to install things like defoma and now
> various fonts, and even many of the rendering related libraries from
> stuff that depends on xlibs for one reason or another.  (I try to
> avoid them, but one or two packages always manage to sneak in)

xlibs does not depend on defoma or any font packages.

None of the packages xlibs now depends on depend on defoma or any font
packages, either.

> Mainly I run a server system, and try to keep all the extra X crap off
> it as much as posisble. ;)  But certain things liek GD like it (although
> the noxpm can be used most of the time)
>=20
> THis may be a wishlist item, but I just noticed a lot of extra X related
> stuff come down the pipe today that wasn't there before.

Whatever extra stuff "came down the pike" was either due to the split of
the xlibs package, or was hauled in by other packages you upgraded.

> Versions of packages xlibs depends on:
> ii  libice6                       4.3.0-2    Inter-Client Exchange library
> ii  libsm6                        4.3.0-2    X Window System Session Mana=
gement
> ii  libx11-6                      4.3.0-2    X Window System protocol cli=
ent li
> ii  libxext6                      4.3.0-2    X Window System miscellaneou=
s exte
> ii  libxft1                       4.3.0-2    FreeType-based font drawing =
librar
> ii  libxi6                        4.3.0-2    X Window System Input extens=
ion li
> ii  libxmu6                       4.3.0-2    X Window System miscellaneou=
s util
> ii  libxmuu1                      4.3.0-2    lightweight X Window System =
miscel
> ii  libxp6                        4.3.0-2    X Window System printing ext=
ension
> ii  libxpm4                       4.3.0-2    X pixmap library
> ii  libxrandr2                    4.3.0-2    X Window System Resize, Rota=
te and
> ii  libxt6                        4.3.0-2    X Toolkit Intrinsics
> ii  libxtrap6                     4.3.0-2    X Window System protocol-tra=
pping=20
> ii  libxtst6                      4.3.0-2    X Window System event record=
ing an
> ii  xlibs-data                    4.3.0-2    X Window System client data

Please review the package changelog, and the decription of the xlibs
package (dpkg -s xlibs)  to understand why no more is on your system
than used to be due to xlibs.

Closing this spurious report.

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G. Branden Robinson                |      If you don't think for yourself,
Debian GNU/Linux                   |      others will think for you -- to
branden@debian.org                 |      their advantage.
http://people.debian.org/~branden/ |      -- Harold Gordon

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