rworkman at slackbuilds.org
Sat Feb 24 00:02:49 UTC 2007
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Niki Kovacs wrote:
> I just had some trouble building mplayerplug-in. After googling a bit, I
> found the solution: mozilla header files for Slackware are contained in
> the Seamonkey package. Only, my install is just a bare minimal desktop
> (got a set of tagfiles for that) and doesn't include Seamonkey.
> Maybe it's a good idea to mention it in the README.
Perhaps, but there's a slippery slope there - if we start mentioning
dependencies that are in a stock Slackware installation, then where
does that end? Are we obliged to do that for all packages, or only
in cases where it's not obvious? Who gets to decide what's obvious?
This of course is not my decision only, as we (the admin team) make
those as a team, but I am of the opinion that we should not start
this, as it creates the expectation of doing so for other scripts.
(CC'd to devel list)
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