Bug 245700

Summary: git now forces emacs install
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: Nicolas Mailhot <nicolas.mailhot>
Component: gitAssignee: Chris Wright <chrisw>
Status: CLOSED NOTABUG QA Contact: Fedora Extras Quality Assurance <extras-qa>
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Version: rawhideCC: bkearney, jwboyer
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Description Nicolas Mailhot 2007-06-26 02:26:49 EDT
git now forces emacs install - that's over the top

Updating:
 git                     x86_64     1.5.2.2-2.fc8    koji-f8-builds    5.9 k
 git-arch                x86_64     1.5.2.2-2.fc8    koji-f8-builds     25 k
 git-core                x86_64     1.5.2.2-2.fc8    koji-f8-builds    4.3 M
 git-cvs                 x86_64     1.5.2.2-2.fc8    koji-f8-builds     61 k
 git-email               x86_64     1.5.2.2-2.fc8    koji-f8-builds     19 k
 git-gui                 x86_64     1.5.2.2-2.fc8    koji-f8-builds     49 k
 git-svn                 x86_64     1.5.2.2-2.fc8    koji-f8-builds     73 k
 gitk                    x86_64     1.5.2.2-2.fc8    koji-f8-builds     55 k
 perl-Git                x86_64     1.5.2.2-2.fc8    koji-f8-builds     15 k
Installing for dependencies:
 emacs-common            x86_64     22.0.990-2.fc7   fedora-devel       18 M
 emacs-git               x86_64     1.5.2.2-2.fc8    koji-f8-builds     42 k
Comment 1 Josh Boyer 2007-06-26 07:15:57 EDT
Only if you use the git meta package, which is intended to bring in everything.
 If you just want git, use git-core.
Comment 2 Josh Boyer 2007-06-27 21:52:05 EDT
Marking as not a bug.  git is a meta-package and the individual packages can be
installed if users don't want to install everything.
Comment 3 David Fraser 2008-04-10 05:55:45 EDT
(In reply to comment #2)
> Marking as not a bug.  git is a meta-package and the individual packages can be
> installed if users don't want to install everything.

Note that in bug 433209, git (the meta-package) was renamed to git-all, and
git-core was renamed to git. This means that other packages that naively depend
on git won't pull in all the unnecessary dependencies