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Re: GNOME progress report (with screenshot!)
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| 2) With any package installing bonobo servers, the .server.in.in file
| MUST be checked for any references to bonobo modules, which will usually
| be called with linux library names (libfoo-bar-view.so) (usually only
| the packages installing a module have such references in their
| .server.in.in files). This for sure affects nautilus, but I think all
| .server.in.in should be checked just in case.
Better check libbonobo2 and gnome-vfs2 also, as they install monikers.
| 3) I've built the accessibility libraries (gail, at-spi, libgail-gnome)
| and tried turning on accessibility. When any GNOME program was started,
| I got warnings on the console that the accessibility libraries couldn't
| be found. I'm not sure, but maybe this is a problem similar to #2, that
| ~ something (not sure what) is looking for libgail.so instead of
BTW, this is a Gnome-WARNING, so I guess this is libgnome (or libgnomeui)?
| 6) I have a LOT of packages built, but I'm waiting for more webspace
| from sf.net to upload everything. So you know, here's what I've got so
Add ggv, gpdf, gramps (pending one issue), and gnome-themes-extras to my
list. Still waiting to upload.
| I think the six libs I packaged for you (GConf2, gnome-vfs2, libbonobo2,
| libbonoboui2, libgnome2, libgnomeui2) and my gnome-keyring,
| libgnomeprint22, and libgnomeprintui22 should be uploaded ASAP. They're
| still at:
That's in addition to libcroco06, of course. Where are you holding with
| But your 6 I forgot to put the setup.hint files up separately (they're
| in the source tarballs). Then the next step is to package the desktop.
What are your plans with the desktop?
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