There are some components in GNOME that optionally integrate with Mono-based tools, particularly Beagle. Yelp can depends on 'libbeagle' which provides an interface to Beagle for C-based applications, but itself does not depend on Mono at all.
That is a relief. However, this statement is disturbing: You can remove Mono from modern FLOSS desktop systems without removing GNOME itself, though you'll miss out on some cool stuff like f-spot, Beagle, Tomboy and so on. The more "cool stuff" depends on Mono, the closer we get to a situation where a Microsoft attack on Mono would put GNOME in a vice. If these programs are important enough to deserve the term "miss out on", then I think they should be written in another language. _______________________________________________ foundation-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/foundation-list