Bug#397811: pygobject lets pygtk FTBFS

Carsten Luedtke acid_man at gmx.net
Tue Jan 2 04:13:51 CET 2007

Hello Simon

Am Dienstag, den 02.01.2007, 02:40 +0000 schrieb Simon McVittie:
> You may have misunderstood the process slightly. xsltproc is running
> in
> a mode where network access is forbidden (--nonet), so it can never
> actually
> go upstream for files. This is by design - it ensures that only
> packages
> on the system are used for the build, for repeatability and security
> against DoS (and from Debian's point of view, also ensures that we
> have
> all the source code in accordance with the DFSG). It would also be
> considered
> rude to download the stylesheets from upstream on every build, with no
> caching :-)

Yeah I wasn't aware of that it's actually that intelligent. In this case
I suggest to go for the first solution and let python-gobject-dev depend
on docbook-xsl then. 

Carsten Luedtke

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