[Pkg-ime-devel] Bug#678422: Bug#678422: ibus depens on gnome-icon-theme
shawn.p.huang at gmail.com
Fri Jun 22 19:39:22 UTC 2012
Right now, ibus needs the image-missing icon which is in gnome-icon-theme.
I don't think add another backup icon from KDE is a better idea. Because in
that case, ibus will not work, if users do not install both gnome and KDE.
So ibus will need other backup icons (for XFCE, MATE and etc).
So I prefer below two solutions:
1. Just add gnome-icon-theme as a dependance of ibus
2. Add a missing icon in ibus package
What do you think?
On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 11:23 AM, Osamu Aoki <osamu at debian.org> wrote:
> Peng Huang, excuse us. (Bcc-ed and we will not CC you)
> Ma, please stop being loud. It does not help. We need cool head and
> careful technical review.
> This is primarily distribution problem Debian. If Ubuntu have patch
> tell me.
> If we come up with patch to make ibus work with KDE, then we ask nicely
> to upstream about inclusion of patch.
> On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 10:52:23PM +0800, Ma Xiaojun wrote:
> > I'm sorry.
> > CCing ibus-devel didn't work.
> > Let's CC main ibus upstream developer.
> > This is a Debian bug regarding ibus packaging.
> > ibus ui needs certain icons that are not yet declared as dependency.
> > However, different themes of icons are all OK for ibus.
> > So the dependency declaration is a bit hard.
> I basically know that. I just did not do careful review yet. That is
> why I left it vague.
> Certainly, adding gnome-icon as dependency is one quick solution.
> I think there is better one. Do you know KDE icon which serve this
> purpose? If so please make patch using KDE icon one as another back up
> and then one more level of back up using /dev/null.
> If we have this patch, upstream may consider this inclusion. But RH
> being Gnome focused, there is not much reason to have this complication.
> Then we carry as debian patch.
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