Miroslav Lichvar píše v St 03. 12. 2008 v 11:54 +0100:
On Tue, Dec 02, 2008 at 05:48:29PM -0500, Chris Snook wrote:
> None of the direct dependencies in that dependency tree are
> unreasonable. There are three ways to make them go away:
> a) Disable the GUI bits in gnuplot at build time, and remove the
> requisite dependencies. This will piss off anyone who actually uses
> those features.
> b) Create gnuplot-cli and gnuplot-gui packages that conflict with each
> other. This will piss off lots of people.
> c) Make gnuplot smart enough to tell at runtime whether or not the GUI
> bits are installed, and properly handle the case where someone asks for
> them but they're not there. Abstract the GUI calls into a gnuplot-gui
> package, which has most of the dependencies. Upstream won't care to do
> this themselves, but they'll probably take the patch if you write it
> yourself, it's clean, and it's completely bug-free.
> Personally, I think there's lower-hanging fruit.
If wxGTK had a subpackage with the media libraries, it would at least
get rid of the GConf2 and gstreamer dependencies.
wxGTK is mine, adding to my TODO