** Changed in: libreoffice (Ubuntu)
       Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released

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  libreoffice-gtk2 pulled in by default and should not be

Status in libreoffice package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  With the introduction of libreoffice-gtk2, we now have a dependency
  chain of:

  ubuntu-desktop -> libreoffice-gnome -> libreoffice-gtk -> libreoffice-
  gtk2 -> libgtk2.0-0

  I think the bug here is that libreoffice-gnome should depend on
  libreoffice-gtk3 instead of on libreoffice-gtk?  Either way, now that
  a libreoffice-gtk3 package exists, we should surely be using that
  instead of pulling gtk2 into the desktop.

  I noticed this because components-mismatches reports that libreoffice-
  style-elementary should be pulled into main as a dependency of
  libreoffice-style-breeze, which is itself only in main because it's a
  dependency of libreoffice-gtk2.  And this reveals another bug, because
  libreoffice-style-breeze depends on 'libreoffice-style-default' - but
  there are three packages providing this virtual package in yakkety:
  libreoffice-style-human, libreoffice-style-elementary, and
  libreoffice-style-galaxy.  They can't all be the default, only one of
  these should be providing that virtual package...

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