seamonkey progress, part II
mh at glandium.org
Wed Oct 4 05:58:26 UTC 2006
On Wed, Oct 04, 2006 at 12:31:38AM +0200, Alexander Sack <asac at jwsdot.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 03, 2006 at 11:50:47PM +0200, Hendrik-Jan Heins wrote:
> > I've done a new build. This time I took the js-debugger and dev packages
> > out.
> > But I do agree with Alexander: I think the -dev package is needed for
> > now. When Seamonkey is based on xulrunner, then I can take out parts
> > related to nspr and nss, but the -dev is still needed, as Thunderbird
> > and Seamonkey-mailnews are not the same.
> Mike can you rephrase why you are so firmly against a -dev package? Why
> can't you live with seamonkey providing a -dev package? Is it really
> such a PITA?
I'd be much less concerned by seamonkey providing a -dev if it didn't
provide what libxul-dev provides, *especially* the libgtkmozembed stuff.
Now, I have to admit that everything is not provided by xulrunner, and
that at least some dev files have to be provided...
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