Bug#484121: tasksel: let's sync on the GNOME task
joss at debian.org
Mon Jun 23 16:37:44 UTC 2008
Le lundi 23 juin 2008 à 11:50 -0400, Joey Hess a écrit :
> > If you use gnome, it will always be pulled by epiphany-extensions
> > anyway.
> It seemed to me that epiphany-extensions depends on epiphany-gecko, but
> that epiphany-browser was not pulled in by that.
The epiphany-browser package only contains the /usr/bin/epiphany wrapper
script, which is only here for backwards compatibility, so no need for
it on new installations.
> > Upstream made the choice for us. Now that swfdec-gnome is part of the
> > official GNOME release (see gnome-desktop-environment), swfdec-mozilla
> > is only here to bring the browser on par with the desktop’s abilities.
> There's a big difference between choosing to use swfdec to display flash
> files from Desktop, and using it to display flash files from the whole
> web. Has the GNOME project really decided to use swfdec in browsers by
> default? All I was aware of was them having decided to use swfdec-gnome
> so far.
As GNOME is moving away from Gecko, they are not promoting technologies
tied to it, but given that GNOME developers are working on swfdec, I
think it is only a matter of time until epiphany integrates swfdec one
way or another.
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