Bug#661471: NMU v2 (was: Re: Bug#661471: bug 661471 gnome-accessibility-themes)
thep at debian.org
Tue Nov 6 13:09:09 UTC 2012
On Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 7:53 PM, Michael Biebl <biebl at debian.org> wrote:
> The gnome-themes-standard-common binary package is superfluous.
> Afaics the gettext translations are only required to translate the
> index.theme and background.xml files where the translations are directly
> embedded, so you don't actually need to install the .mo files.
> I would thus suggest to simply drop gnome-themes-standard-common.
I had also found it out before seeing your message. So, I've cancelled the NMU.
Anyway, I also stumbled upon this lintian info:
I: gnome-themes-standard: arch-dep-package-has-big-usr-share 3549kB 99%
That made me plan to move the non-engine parts into -common instead.
What do you think?
> Please also make gnome-theme-standard depend on gnome-accessibility-themes.
OK. I didn't think normal users want those a11y themes, so I hadn't added the
dependency. Will do it now as you suggest, anyway.
> Also, gnome-accessibility-themes needs a Breaks along with the Replaces.
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