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Mon Aug 15 14:50:53 CEST 2005
Benedikt Meurer schrieb:
> Jannis Pohlmann wrote:
>>PyGTK should be ok, too. I would have to refresh my knowledge about
>>Python a little, but - as already mentioned - I have all the time in the
>>world, that shouldn't be a problem.
>>Anyway, doesn't nearly everything (Xfce libraries as well as the
>>goodies) require gtk-devel?
> Right, forgot about that. But, still, the installer could be run
> out-of-the-box, and the user could install other stuff (maybe he don't
> want to install Xfce, but some other app available through our system),
> and would only need to install gtk-devel when he attempts to compile
> Xfce components.
Right. All doubts removed from my brain.
> And whats more important from my POV: The user can simply run the
> installer and do not need to take care of compiling stuff (like a C/GTK
> installer) himself, which is actually *the* main advantage of the
> installer attempt.
Hehe, that's a good point!
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