Subject: Re: Building an accurate dependency tree - how?
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From: Gilles Dauphin <Gilles.Dauphin@enst.fr>
Date: 08/11/2005 18:03:43
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> Subject: Re: Building an accurate dependency tree - how?
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> Joerg Sonnenberger wrote:
> > On Sat, Jul 30, 2005 at 04:40:26PM +0200, Peter Schuller wrote:
> >> converters/libiconv devel/zlib x11/fixesext
add the following:
> > At least the former two are normally builtins and the latter should be a
> > builtin if your system already has X11 installed. I'm not sure myself
> > why they are used, I find it a bit annoying that they are installed.
> > Some of the pkgsrc devs can shed more light on this, I guess :-)
> If they are installed needlessly, that's an annoyance. If they are
> installed *and not registered*, that's a problem.
> Gillette - the best a man can forget