On Wed, 2006-11-08 at 13:45 +0300, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:=20
> On 11/8/06, benny.malengier wrote:
> > Nevertheless, is this firefox dependency really needed?
> Please address this question to Ubuntu and Firefox developers. I
> understand your point of view, but having no shareable Gecko library
> and thus requirement for full Firefox installation is not fault of
> GRAMPS developers. I believe it's still possible to make Yelp use
> gtkhtml, if that will make you happier ;-)
Alex is right, the install of firefox is because yelp needs Gecko -
nothing to do with Gramps. But does GRAMPS really call Yelp directly? Is
there no abstraction between desktops for calling the documentation
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On 11/8/06, Duncan Lithgow wrote:
> nothing to do with Gramps. But does GRAMPS really call Yelp directly? Is
> there no abstraction between desktops for calling the documentation
IIRC, reading GNOME help topics from KHelpCenter is possible in SuSE
exclusively. I'd like to be proven wrong.
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