On Sun, Mar 07, 2010 at 01:33:36PM -0500, Jonathan Yu wrote:
> Hi Andreas & Francesco,
> I'm e-mailing you because you are listed as Uploaders of the current
> gpsdrive-scripts package.
> I'm in the process of getting Text::Query removed from Debian, and
> gpsdrive-scripts is the only package that depends on it. On closer
> inspection of the one file that mentions Text::Query,
> scripts/osm/perl_lib/Geo/Gpsdrive/getstreet.pm has the line: use
> Text::Query -- it seems that the script doesn't actually need it.
> Text::Query is not mentioned anywhere else in the package (except the
> README.Fedora file).
> Text::Query is an object-oriented Perl module and doesn't seem to
> export any subroutines. This means that unless there is a "new
> Text::Query" or "Text::Query->new" call somewhere, the module isn't
> actually being used at all. Subsequently, I think it is reasonable to
> remove that line (and thus drop the libtext-query-perl dependency).
> What are your thoughts on this? Am I missing something here?
> Thanks for maintaining gpsdrive.
> Cheers,
> Jonathan

I think it is ok dropping the dependencie and fixing the script.

Francesco P. Lovergine

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