Subject: Re: Using ns-remote as 'netscape' package
To: David Brownlee <>
From: Hubert Feyrer <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 09/02/2000 13:14:48
On Fri, 1 Sep 2000, David Brownlee wrote:
> > Will you pull in navigator or communicator?
> 	Conditional dependency on {communicator,navigator}.

This does not answer the question.
This does:

yui# pkg_admin lsbest /usr/pkgsrc/packages/i386ELF/All/'{communicator,navigator}*'

> > Maybe we should add a 'netscape' meta package that will pull in the
> > ns-remote and one of the browsers.
> 	We end up with most of the same problem - what to call that
> 	package, though that is a cleaner solution given it allows
> 	people to install ns-remote without 'netscape' and for ns-remote
> 	to have its own version number.
> 	How about:
> 	ns-remote package stays as it is, with enhanced ns-open.
> 	new netscape package that depends on ns-remote and
> 	{communicator,navigator}, and installs a symlink from netscape
> 	to ns-open. The netscape package takes its version from the
> 	communicator/navigator package.

OK with me

 - Hubert

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