On Thu, 2005-07-14 at 13:27 -0400, Luis Villa wrote: > You got it right the first time :) In theory, being part of GNOME > (among other things) means that the QA team has tested a component, > and it'll be very hard to do that if the requirement is to rebuild > cups as well :/ I can understand that. But I think this is just an extension of the existing N ways GNOME can be built; e.g. in theory it's buildable and runnable with HAL, without CUPS, with old X server, etc. So the testing aspect is pretty hard already. eggcups is really a pretty small amount of code; the way I would think of it is as on the same level as the HAL patch for gnome-vfs. It just happens to be in its own tarball. > That said, you guys (RH) have been shipping eggcups for a while with > no serious issues, right? Yeah, and I've heard that Ubuntu is looking at picking it up as well, which motivated me to get it into 2.12.
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