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Re: [packagekit] A PackageKit browser plugin



On Mon, 2008-07-28 at 09:40 -0400, Owen Taylor wrote:
> It won't be GNOME specific, but it is going to link to at least
> 
>  Glib (for main loop)
>  Pango and Cairo (for drawing the UI)
>  
> And without some work:
> 
>  GTK+ (to get colors and fonts and X server timestamp)

I think glib, pango and gtk+ are fine. 

> (It also depends on the 'mozilla-plugin' .pc file from xulrunner
> for header files, though that dependency is pretty shallow.)

Fine for me.

> > Plus, putting it in tree allows me to keep it compiling even if we
> > change API/ABI in the future.
> 
> Yeah, that definitely is an argument for keeping it in tree. Keeping a
> separate package for ~1000 lines of real code is a pain.

Agreed.

> I'll probably do a couple of more revision as a standalone thing to
> cover some of the points you brought up in your other mail, and then we
> can discuss moving forward from there.

Excellent. If you send me your public ssh key as an attachment and
chosen username I'll add you to the commit group on packagekit.org.

Thanks,

Richard.



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