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Le lundi 07 février 2011 à 08:36 +0100, Ulrich Mueller a écrit :
> It's used by several packages as a local flag, and its meaning seems
> to be similar enough.
> app-editors/emacs:sound - Enable sound
> app-editors/emacs-vcs:sound - Enable sound
> app-misc/anki:sound - Enable support for adding sound to cards
> games-arcade/tuxanci:sound - Enable sound
> games-board/pysolfc:sound - Enable sound support usingdev-python/pygame
> games-roguelike/angband:sound - Enable and install sounds
> games-rpg/eternal-lands-data:sound - Adds in-game sound effects.
> games-strategy/freeciv:sound - Add support for sound provided by media-libs/sdl-mixer
> gnome-extra/gnome-games:sound - Enable sound using media-libs/libcanberra
> media-libs/libcanberra:sound - Install x11-themes/sound-theme-freedesktop to get sounds on Gnome and Xfce.
> net-irc/xchat-gnome:sound - Enable sound event support with media-libs/libcanberra
> net-p2p/transmission:sound - Enable sound event support with media-libs/libcanberra
> xfce-base/xfce4-settings:sound - Enable sound event support with media-libs/libcanberra
any gnome packages listed here is a bug if the only pulled dependency is
libcanberra. The herd has a policy to always depend on libcanberra. It
is a lightweight library that can be build with no sound output for
those who don't like it and it saves needless USE flags.
Gilles Dartiguelongue <email@example.com>