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Re: Packaging question: /usr/share/gnome/help ownership



On Sun, 2008-06-08 at 22:20 -0700, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
> Kevin Kofler wrote:
> > Michel Salim <michel.sylvan <at> gmail.com> writes:
> >> Should applications that put files under /usr/share/gnome/help be
> >> required to own it (or depend on yelp)?
> > 
> > Own it maybe, depend on yelp definitely not, at least not in anything which 
> > ends up on the KDE spin (e.g. the system-config-* tools required by Anaconda). 
> > We don't want the whole xulrunner stack on the KDE spin, we don't have room for 
> > it. (We use Konqueror as the browser on the KDE spin, not Firefox.)
> > 
> Err... the last time this came up it was successfully argued that having 
> "Help" fail to work was a bug.  The initial idea was to have something 
> within the GNOME stack require yelp but I believe that failed because of 
> circular dependencies.
> 
> So if this will cause problems because of system-config-* dragging in 
> xulrunner we need to come up with some other way of solving the 
> help-won't-display bug.

What about migrating yelp to WebKit-gtk?

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