Xfce 4.10 entering planning phase
nickschermer at gmail.com
Tue Jan 25 11:48:56 CET 2011
On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 10:58 AM, Yves-Alexis Perez <corsac at debian.org> wrote:
> On mar., 2011-01-25 at 10:23 +0100, Nick Schermer wrote:
>> > As far as I know, we'll start shipping GTK3 in Wheezy (next stable after
>> > Squeeze) and stop shipping GTK2 when nobody depends on it (so in 10-15
>> > years maybe? :). So I'd say it's safe to use GTK2 for now and wait a bit
>> > for GTK3 stabilisation.
>> But no idea which version of gtk2 will most likely appear in Wheezy?
>> And what about Squeeze? That release will be most-used in the next 2
>> years, would be nice if we support that regarding testing. That said;
>> I don't know of any API that we 'need' after 2.14. Jannis do you have
>> any special requirements.
> Squeeze will have Glib 2.24.2 and GTK+ 2.20.1. Wheezy should have at
> least GTK+ 2.24 and maybe 2.26.
Well then I'd say we go with the following:
Gtk 2.20 (in squeeze, released in may 2010, will be ~2 years old when
4.10 hits the streets)
Glib 2.24 (same as above)
Cairo 1.6 (Gtk 2.20 dep)
Wnck 2.30, doesn't matter only translation updates since 2.22 (2.30 is
releases at same time as Gtk 2.20 and in squeeze).
Dbus-glib 0.84 (Glib 2.26 has GDBus tho, but that's too new. 0.84 is
released in same period as Gtk 2.20, squeeze has 0.88, quite a bunch
of bugfixes since 0.72 which was the 4.8 dep).
Anyone against this?
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