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RE: Recent upgrade to wish leads to a problem
- From: "Matt Seitz (matseitz)" <matseitz at cisco dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2012 11:02:22 -0800
- Subject: RE: Recent upgrade to wish leads to a problem
- References: <87pqcwoy16.fsf@Rainer.invalid>
> From: Achim Gratz [mailto:Stromeko@nexgo.de]
> I do and FTR: I don't want the cygwin Xorg server to be a dependency
> all programs that might use X because that would pull in a lot of
> packages that I have no use for on most systems.
Right, that would be a disadvantage of making "xinit" a dependency.
My questions are:
1. How many people would need to install "xinit"? How many people
would not need to install "xinit"?
2. How much of an inconvenience would installing "xinit" present to
people who don't actually need it?
3. Is there some way to make both groups happy? For example, could we
have a "gitk+xinit" package to give people a clue that they might want
both (keeping the existing "gitk" package for people who don't need
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