On Tue, Dec 23, 2003 at 09:27:17AM +0100, Dave Neary wrote:
> Sven Neumann wrote:
> >What is wrong about depending on GEGL and have people download and
> >compile it separately? GTK+ used to live in the GIMP source tree for
> >historical reasons only. I strongly doubt anyone would have wanted to
> >move it into the GIMP source tree if it was started as a separate
> >project. Why would you want to do this with GEGL now?
> What's wrong with having gegl sources to download with the latest
> release on the FTP server, the same way we used to have libaa, libmpg,
> libpng and all the other stuff we needed? Up until 1.2.x, we used to
> have gtk+ and glib sources with gimp sources. What was wrong with that?
Actually, as far as I can recall, the gtk+ and gimp sources were not in
the same directory since before 1.0.0.
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