On Wed, 2005-08-10 at 17:02 +0200, Christophe Fergeau wrote: > Le mercredi 10 aoÃt 2005 Ã 10:50 -0400, Colin Walters a Ãcrit : > > > So unless there's a technical reason why we need the configure option > > and #ifdefs, let's just remove them. We should probably be moving in > > the direction of killing other configure switches like bonobo/dbus, cd > > burning, etc too. > > dbus and cd burning configure switches are there because both depend (or > used to depend) on bleeding edge libraries, or on libraries with > unstable apis, and it made it easier for testers to just disable the > feature if the necessary packages aren't there. But doesn't Rhythmbox unconditionally need the very latest GTK+ and totem for example? If you're a developer/tester you should be using jhbuild which should handle this stuff for you, right?
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