[Sugar-devel] Read and Browse dependencies (was: Re: error in ./sugar-jhbuild update)

Gonzalo Odiard gonzalo at laptop.org
Tue Mar 13 23:26:09 EDT 2012

Read depends on evince 3.3.2.(And evince 3.3.2 depends on glib 2.31.0


On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 7:46 PM, Sascha Silbe <silbe at activitycentral.com>wrote:

> Excerpts from Simon Schampijer's message of 2012-02-10 12:19:02 +0100:
> > Sascha, attached is a patch that should update the Fedora deps. I moved
> > the 'gnome-python2-evince' dep to the individual Fedora-version configs
> > that need it, and created the missing F14-F16 configs.
> Thanks for the patch, but it's not what we need in sugar-jhbuild. Since
> we build Read from mainline master, the dependencies need to match what
> Read depends on _now_, not at the time of release of the respective
> distro.
> I couldn't get it to work on Debian. Can you tell me what the current
> dependencies of Read are, in terms of functionality in and versions of
> upstream packages, not Fedora package names? Or better yet, can you add
> a README that includes that information so that (non-Fedora) packagers
> have the same information and can package Read without spending days on
> source code analysis and trial-and-error?
> Similar information would be useful for Browse. I did get it to at least
> start up (though it shows some SVG icon related Tracebacks in the log
> file), but I can't be sure I'm not missing a dependency that's used only
> at certain times.
> In an ideal world, I would expect maintainers to announce the above
> information on sugar-devel whenever the corresponding change lands in
> mainline master.
> Sascha
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