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Re: X and other visions

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: X and other visions
Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2004 17:19:46 +0200

   These libraries are basic GNU/Hurd libraries.  You will have them
   installed anyway.

And you will still have to install libFOO to be able to use whatever
one wants to use, so the point is moot.  In what package the library
is avaiable in is quite irrelevant.

   libbonobo, on the other hand, is something GNOME-specific.

I repeat:

| If libbonobo provides features that can be used by a non-GNOME
| program, then this isn't true.  But I don't know exactly what
| libbonobo does so...

   libbonobo depends on some basic GNOME libraries.

And the statement still is true if non-GNOME programs can use
libbonobo.  There is no difference between libbonobo depending on some
basic GNOME libraries, and a Hurd library depending on Hurd libraries.
And then requiring a program to depend on this set of libraries.

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