xfree86 dependcies

Jeff Hodges jmhodges at lunar-linux.org
Fri Dec 5 04:11:39 GMT 2003

On Thu, 2003-12-04 at 21:21, Steven Michalske wrote:
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> i saw on the list today the note about mozilla not depending on xfree86 and=
> =20
> the like and thought this
> lets have gtk, and qt depend on xfree86
> this will catch most of the normal applications and have them require a=20
> xwindow server installed
> just my 2 cents
> hardkrash
Then we have to go through and work on all of the modules that dont
depend on a toolkit but use xfree86 in some obscure way.  Modify those,
start double-checking all the modules to find the ones that have
"--without-X" and other such things.
I tried doing this once, but i got side tracked.  If someone feels like
they've got sand in their craw everytime they see xfree86 missing from
the DEPENDS files, have at it.

Nature is by and large to be found out of doors, a location where,
it cannot be argued, there are never enough comfortable chairs.
                -- Fran Lebowitz

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