On Thu, Dec 7, 2017 at 1:20 AM, Pino Toscano <p...@debian.org> wrote:
> It looks to me this allows users to install gtk2-engine-oxygen without
> actually pulling gtk2, which IMHO is the thing that needs to be fixed
gtk3 uses CSS theming instead of engines that have to be compiled
against the gtk library so I consider the gtk side of this theme issue
to already be fixed. (The theming overhaul is definitely not
backportable to gtk2.)
Someone shouldn't need to have gtk2 installed just because they
install a theme that happens to provide gtk2 support.
Let me point out that since 2011 Kubuntu has been making basically the
same change I've proposed here.
> Control: tag -1 - patch
That seems like an unusual way to manage bugs. This bug definitely
does have a patch attached.
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