[Fwd: Re: Mono (Re: New Programs for Hardy?)]
wulfmann at tiscali.co.uk
Mon Dec 17 01:42:24 GMT 2007
> Joel wrote:
> On Dec 16, 2007 9:05 PM, Wulfy <wulfmann at tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> > Joel Bryan Juliano wrote:
> > > Well as for removing Mono, I think it's definitely not an option to
> > > be put on the table, because dependent applications with it are
> > > essentials that provides many capabilities and functionalities, that
> > > are simple and easy to use. Removing it would seems to be a very
> > > "abnormal" decision.
> > >
> > What applications are dependent on Mono? I don't see anything in the
> > reverse depends apart from coco and mono-dev...
> The 'mono' package is not installed by default, just the 'libmono*'.
> There are 2 applications that are dependent on those libraries, Tomboy
> and F-Spot.
> Tomboy Notes is included in Gnome as default. I think F-Spot's
> inclusion is Ubuntu's decision.
> Other than F-Spot and Tomboy, there are also Banshee, and Beagle that
> are dependent on libmono.
Ah. It's a GNOME thing... I run Kubuntu and I don't think anything in
KDE depends on it.
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