Then let me clarify.
I was looking at
http://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/ch-relationships.html
before submitting this bug report, and kile configures and works as a
latex editor just fine without having texlive installed. Just like it
works without a pdf-viewer.
As it stands now, the actual "texlive" package is recommended, while
"texlive-latex-base" is depended upon.
But just this basic set of packages is unlikely to be enough for most
users anyway.

On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 9:45 PM, Sune Vuorela <s...@debian.org> wrote:
> On Monday 30 January 2012 02:08:28 Mikael Öhman wrote:
>> Package:kile
>> Version:1:2.1.0-1
>> Severity; minor
>>
>> I, like many other, install texlive from tlmgr (for an up-to-date
>> version), but I'm still stuck with texlive installed through Debian
>> since Kile depends on it.
>> "Recommends" seems to fit Kiles relation to texlive better.
>
> This sounds like you think the relationship actually would be correct if you
> hadn't installed texlive by other means.
>
> I think that this is one of the cases that the equivs package was designed
> for.
>
> /Sune
> --
> How can I do for renaming a port 7 of a forward from Excel?
>
> From the tools menu inside DOS 5.2.8 you need to boot from the RO IP level-49
> port, this way you neither should explore a shell, nor should ever mount the
> microkernel to forward to the IRC keyboard over a case.



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