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aaronl at vitelus.com
Mon Jul 31 23:48:09 PDT 2000
On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 01:38:23AM -0500, Joakim Ziegler wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 31, 2000 at 11:22:14PM -0700, Rick Moen wrote:
> > begin Joakim Ziegler quotation:
> >> Everyone should have gnome-libs installed anyway, so the point is moot.
> > One should _never_ be able to get canvas without libgnomeui.
> Yes, since it's a GNOME widget, it uses libgnomeui.
> > And GtkHTML _needs_ to require a whole bunch of otherwise irrelevant GNOME
> > libs.
> What irrelevant GNOME libs are you referring to?
I imagine he's refering to gnome-print, bonobo, libgnome, libgnomeui,
esound, libaudiofile, libcaplet, gconf, and others.
GtkHTML is a very nice HTML widget but it would be so much better if
it didn't require things like libcaplet and gconf that it didn't need
to render HTML. That's why I prefer CSCHtml. Pathetically, the GtkHTML
maintainers can't even understand why anyone would not want to link
against all these libs.
> > And _everything_ needs esound. In fact, everything needs to
> > become interdependent at the highest protocol level possible. That way,
> > everything can become a huge, amorphous mass that everyone has to
> > install and stagger forward from one release to the next.
> Or you can just run Helix GNOME, and everything's taken care of for you.
> Joakim Ziegler - Helix Code web monkey - joakim at helixcode.com - Radagast at IRC
> FIX sysop - free software coder - FIDEL & Conglomerate developer
> http://www.avmaria.com/ - http://www.helixcode.com/
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