Is there anything I should know to replace GnomeDruid with GtkAssistant?
warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu Jul 1 09:22:58 EDT 2010
Geert Janssens <janssens-geert at telenet.be> writes:
> The trouble is, I know of additional issues:
> - webkit is not available
I'm sure that Bill Nottingham would build a package to fit that
requirement. So I'm not worried about that.
> - goffice for RHEL5 is missing (required) cairo support (introduced by me
> early 2010)
This is a bigger issue that I don't think Bill could fix.
> These are big issues to fix.
> Database support and webkit can be avoided as both are compile time options.
> However, these two are the main reasons for 2.4, so removing those would
> significantly reduce the added value of 2.4 on RHEL5.
> So in the end I agree to drop RHEL5.5, and aim for RHEL6 which will come out
> in one of the following months. The interesting question thus: what is now the
> oldest/most conservative distro we still support ? Based on
> http://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Dependencies it seems to be Debian Lenny.
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