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"Jerry A!" wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 12, 2001 at 09:56:52AM -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> : I know this may sound weird at first, but I'd rather disable X11 and tcl/tk
> : support in sys-devel/python, and create a *third* python optional package --
> : python-x11. I don't want to force people to install Xfree86 and tcl/tk just
> Actually, that makes sense. Otherwise, at some point we'll be building
> larger and larger (perl|python|ruby|etc) installations with larger and
> larger dependencies. Let's keep the really extraneous stuff that's not
> in the base system under dev-(lang).
Yes but therefore we have the use option. python is not the only package that
can be compiled
with tcl-tk support. If you have tcl-tk on your system, and you set the use
Everythin that can have tcl-tk support should get it.
At the moment I include all support that is possible if I build a package. But I
have a big use-ToDO
over here. :-)
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