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Re: pkg/42337: misc/mousetweaks does not take into account all its dependences after its bump to version 2.28.1
The following reply was made to PR pkg/42337; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: "David H. Gutteridge" <dhgutteridge%sympatico.ca@localhost>
Subject: Re: pkg/42337: misc/mousetweaks does not take into account all its
dependences after its bump to version 2.28.1
Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 19:23:05 -0500
I had a chance to take a closer look into this, using output from
For nspr, the dependency chain is: mousetweaks->gnome-panel
->evolution-data-server->nss->nspr. In the nss make file, there is an
explicit API dependency set:
However, the buildlink3.mk file for nspr looks like so (after its
update on November 10th):
That being the case, should nss have its PKGREVISION and buildlink3.mk
entries bumped to account for the change?
The *xcb* packages get pulled in because of this dependency chain:
mousetweaks->gnome-panel->libwnck & gnome-desktop->startup-notification
->libxcb & xcb-util.
The *xcb* dependencies were added when startup-notification was bumped
to version 0.10 on November 8th. startup-notification's buildlink3.mk
file still has the following entries, though:
So my nspr question applies equally to startup-notification.
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