affix at ihack.co.uk
Thu Feb 26 12:59:36 UTC 2009
Netbeans obviously depends on some of the libraries these other applications
provide. That is the only conclusion I came up with
On Thu, Feb 26, 2009 at 9:23 AM, Peter Boy <pboy at barkhof.uni-bremen.de>wrote:
> I just tried to update my Fedora 10 System to use Netbeans 6.5
> (Platform) for some reason. I ended up with an upgrade of a bunch of
> software, from texlive to avahi and other low level software
> (reason is: even platform depends on netbeans-svnclientadapter which in
> turn depends on ..... which in turn depends on ..... which in turn
> depends on ....)
> I suppose you know: All netbeans packages are "noarch" (and run with any
> Java runtime 1.5 and up). Great!
> If I don't use svn and therefore don't need svnclientadapter, why do I
> have to update svn? Isn't we have to a restrictive dependency chain? Or
> do I miss something?
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