Frederic Fauberteau <triaxx%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes: > I agree with you. The printer that I plugged on my Raspberry is > supported by either a proprietary driver that can be installed on > Linux/x86_64 or gutenprint. The approach that consists in testing > print/gutenprint-lib seems easier for me than testing qemu or wine to > make the proprietary driver working. But I tested to install > print/gutenprint-lib as seen on another host and I see lang/rust as a > dependency. Therefore I think it is relevant that the gimp dependency > could be turned off in the context of a custom building. And I think > gimp should be default on too. Sounds good. Actually the gimp plugin should be in a split package but I haven't done that. > I just looked at the dependencies of graphics/gimp and I seen it > depended on x11/gtk2. But if graphics/gimp was dependant on x11/gtk3, > maybe print/gutenprint-lib should also need gtk2 for its own ui. I > have no idea... And I have no objection to restore the explicit > x11/gtk2 dependency. You might be right that it's wrong. I just don't want two logical changes in one commit. My impression though is that the plugin uses gtk2 itself.
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