[Gtk-sharp-list] Potential Idea.
Tue, 2 Sep 2003 09:41:46 -0400
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> > I can personally think of many uses of having just GLib#
> installed, as I
> > can think of multiple applications that don't use anything
> other than
> > GLib (from gtk+/relatives).
> If you don't have X on a system, you can opt to install just the
> glib-sharp binary package alone. Similarly, if you don't use
> GNOME, you
> might choose to install gtk-sharp but not gnome-sharp. For example,
> there was a console media player a few months back that depended only
> on gst-sharp (for the GStreamer binding). Basically, you don't have to
> split up the source tree to be able to produce a collection of more
> compartmentalised binary packages. There are many good
> resources on the
> Web about how packaging systems work if you're interested in learning
Heh, the problem is the C glue that requires the headers.
To build and install glib-sharp from source, you *need* gtk, even if you
just want glib due to one massive glue library that requires gtk.
This is the prime reason for me pushing for a glue split so there is a
1:1 glue<->managed assembly relationship.