On Sun, Jun 20, 2004 at 09:37:23PM -0400, Jeremy Katz wrote:
Excellent, thanks. I was just looking at this yesterday and then
distracted before really digging into libdv. New libdv with the patch
built and building gstreamer-plugins now.
Great. That brings down further the number of gtk+ depending packages.
I'm aware of:
mtr-gtk and nmap-frontend, both frontends to terminal network analyzing
packages, which honestly shouldn't be difficult to port
system-config-proc, which is a RedHat package
xmms, which has been really slow to even start porting to gtk2, but
an outside group forked it to a gtk2 version:
gnucash, and the host of GNOME1.4 packages that are now only required
for gnucash. (gtkhtml1, Guppi, gnome-libs, and a bunch of others
with interlocking dependencies) They've been working on a GTK2 and
GNOME2 port for a while, although they would appreciate any help.
and various assorted things like gdk-pixbuf and gtk-engines that are
essentially part of gtk+ itself.
Many people on the list have talked about removing inessential packages
and so forth, especially from the default install. Hopefully soon
GNOME1.4 and maybe also gtk+ can be removed from the defaults.
I'd like to nominate it as a goal for FC3, but it really depends on
gnucash; everything else is probably fairly easy.