[lsb-discuss] Using LSB as a mix-in to reduce dependency count in RPM packages
dank at kegel.com
Fri Aug 14 06:36:19 PDT 2009
On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 6:02 AM, Wichmann, Mats
D<mats.d.wichmann at intel.com> wrote:
> And does it make sense for libgconf-2 to be a candidate
> for inclusion?
Yes, I think it's the only way to get at a lot of important stuff.
(I wish there was a more agnostic way to access those
settings. We submitted an xdg-settings script
that can get at default browser settings, and we're also
working on a C application which provides a dbus
front end for more dynamic access to other settings
in a desktop-agnostic way.
Maybe that will be useful for other projects.)
BTW we verified that we really do need to have a
dependency on libgconf-2.
(We used debootstrap to
set up a minimal ubuntu system that only had
the packages to satisfy our dependencies. The
only think keeping chrome from working was...
the lack of libgconf-2.)
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