Le 1/12/2016 à 10:36, 殷啟聰 a écrit :

> proguard is mostly used as a command line program and used by various
> build systems such as the Gradle Android Plugin. There's no need to
> force install the headful JRE together with Proguard. Perhaps putting
> it to Suggests is a better approach?

This is somewhat linked to #840317, once the library, the CLI and the
GUI are separated we'll be able to adjust the JRE dependencies
accordingly (none for the library, default-jre-headless for the CLI and
default-jre for the GUI).

Emmanuel Bourg

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