On Tuesday 08 April 2008, Michael Schmarck wrote:
> Alan McKinnon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > The other option is to use the kde*meta ebuilds, which do directly
> > depend on the sub-ordinate packages. This is what I do and I don't
> > get the effect you observed.
> I think I removed kde-meta, because it installs too much stuff,
> that I don't need (like kppp). It would be nice, if the kde-meta
> ebuild would be more like the gst-plugins-meta package, in that
> it sould allow the user to specify what he wants to get installed
> and what not. It shouldn't be an all or nothing approach, IMO.
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ $ ls -1d /var/portage/kde-base/*meta
Use these instead of kde-meta. If you want only some stuff in one of
those and not everything, omit the -meta, look inside it's ebuild and
install the DEPENDS you do want.
Same result as what you asked for, different means of achieving it.
alan dot mckinnon at gmail dot com
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