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Re: fedora-logos dependencies in F7



On Fri, 2007-06-15 at 11:59 +0200, Hans K. Rosbach wrote:
> From: "Rahul Sundaram" <sundaram fedoraproject org>
> > Hans K. Rosbach wrote:
> > > I haven't checked what is in the fedora-logos package, but
> > > it just seems weird to me that some logos would _require_
> > > an engine..
> > 
> > Wouldn't it be better to waste a second on looking at the files before 
> > starting a discussion on this? fedora-logos despite the name is not just 
> > simple logos but all trademarked images in a single package including 
> > customized themes which depend on specific theming engines. They are all 
> > in the same package because a clean separation is desirable form the 
> > legal perspective (trademark images have certain associated restrictions 
> > to protect the trademark and the brand) and to ease the process of 
> > creating derivative distributions.
> 
> I have taken a look at the files list now and it's basically a bunch of
> images..  And I still cant believe that images can depend on programs.
> It's the other way around, a program should depend on the images.
> 
> The images can clearly exist and be used without pulling in gtk2-engines.
> Sure gtk2-engines can use them, but none of them truly require the other
> to be present. I'm sorry but I simply see no reason to depend on
> gtk2-engines.

A look at the spec file would suffice: 

# for /usr/share/icons/Bluecurve
Requires: redhat-artwork
# for /usr/share/icons/hicolor
Requires: hicolor-icon-theme



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