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Bundling G-Wrap

From: Andreas Rottmann
Subject: Bundling G-Wrap
Date: Tue, 06 Jul 2004 16:22:59 +0200
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[ CC'ing g-wrap-dev, guile-gtk-general. The discussion is about that
  since G-Wrap now comes without GLib bindings, the GnuCash folks have a
  dependency more, which they seem utterly opposed to ]

address@hidden (Linas Vepstas) writes:

> My take on this? g-wrap should probably be a standard part of guile,
> or swig, or something, and not a stand-alone package.
- Ad bundling it with Guile: would mean _way_ too slow releases
- with SWIG: You wouldn't suggest bundling e.g. Python with Perl, would you?

I could vaguely imagine bundling G-Wrap with the core guile-gnome
module (guile-glib), but I'm not at all convinced that this would be a
good thing. What do the other guile-gnome developers think about that?

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