cvs commit: ports/www/linux-nvu Makefile
dougb at FreeBSD.org
Wed Jul 7 17:45:11 UTC 2010
On 7/6/2010 1:46 AM, Beat Gaetzi wrote:
> On 07/06/10 04:44, Hiroki Sato wrote:
>> Doug Barton<dougb at FreeBSD.org> wrote
>> in<4C321E04.5000801 at FreeBSD.org>:
>> do> I had this installed as a dependency for acroread8, although it's
>> do> clear why since acroread seems to run fine without it. Removing
>> do> from the USE_LINUX_APPS line in print/acroread8/Makefile seems to
>> do the
>> do> trick.
>> I added it as a dependency a while ago just because acroread8 needed
>> libgtkembedmoz.so (for Linux) for HTML handling. It works with PDF
>> without the library.
>> Will we have no libgtkembedmoz.so in the ports tree after the
>> removal? If so, I may need to look for an alternative.
> Thanks for this information. Without linux-nvu we do no longer have
> libgtkembedmoz.so for Linux in the ports tree. I will create a port for
> linux-kompozer which still provide libgtkembedmoz.so so that we could
> switch the WEB_AUTH application from nvu to kompozer and remove
> linux-nvu as it is unmaintained, outdated and do no longer work at least
> in my environment and the one from ports/148366.
Awesome, thanks Beat! :)
hrs, since this functionality is not directly related to the use of
acroread it would be great if the new dependency were optional, but
that's up to you of course.
... and that's just a little bit of history repeating.
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