kdewebdev replacing tidy?
Lars E. Pettersson
lars at homer.se
Wed Jun 21 07:41:15 UTC 2006
On 06/21/2006 09:25 AM, Craig White wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-06-21 at 08:42 +0200, Lars E. Pettersson wrote:
>> On 06/21/2006 08:40 AM, Lars E. Pettersson wrote:
>>> I seem to have missed something. Why is tidy replaced by kdewebdev?
>> Forgot to mention, this was on a Fedora Core 4 system.
> Tidy is used by kdewebdev (aka quanta+) and not only is it not replaced
> by kdewebdev, it is a very handy tool to have installed with kdewebdev.
Yes, it is, tidy that is, a very handy tool, I like it allot.
The tidy package is replaced, here is the output from yum update this night:
kdewebdev i386 6:3.5.3-0.1.fc4 updates-released
replacing tidy.i386 0.99.0-4.20041214
There is a tidy binary in the kdewebdev package, I have not checked if
it is the "real" tidy, or a variant of it. It would be better, IMHO, to
let tidy be a package of its own, and set a dependency for tidy in
kdewebdev, this not to demand a lot of dependencies for those who want
tidy, but not kde or quanta.
I think that this would mean that tidy have to be moved from extra to
core, as, if I remember correctly, packages in core may not have
dependencies for packages in extra.
> Perhaps you got tidy installed from a repository that isn't compatible
> with the repository you are getting kdewebdev.
It is from Fedora Core 4 Extras.
> Try removing tidy and then installing kdewebdev and tidy in the event
> you have changed your repository setup.
I removed kdewebdev and the dependencies it installed and will install
the cvs version of tidy, this as I have no need for the dependencies
installed by the update/replacement of tidy package. I have that
arrangement on my FC5 systems.
I will check my FC5 system to see if tidy is replaced with kdewebdev
also on that system when I get home from work.
Lars E. Pettersson <lars at homer.se>
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