Bug 438574 - This theme should not depend on tango-icon-theme
This theme should not depend on tango-icon-theme
Status: CLOSED NOTABUG
Product: Fedora
Classification: Fedora
Component: gnome-theme-curvylooks (Show other bugs)
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Assigned To: Peter Gordon
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Reported: 2008-03-22 01:28 EDT by Deji Akingunola
Modified: 2008-03-22 16:36 EDT (History)
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Description Deji Akingunola 2008-03-22 01:28:06 EDT
Description of problem: I'm surprised by the latest version of this theme trying
to pull in tango-icon-theme on update. The theme has work perfectly without
depending on any icon theme until now, and I believe it still does. Moreover
from historical perspective, this theme (or rather the
clearlooks-big-pack-curves from which it originates) was designed explicitly for
the bluecurve icons. I remember the earliest version used to bundle the
bluecurve icons with it. Please remove the tango-icon-theme dependency. Thanks.  


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Comment 1 Peter Gordon 2008-03-22 16:36:46 EDT
As both the upstream maintainer and Fedora packager for CurvyLooks, this was an
intentional decision. In order to have proper GNOME integration, the theme needs
a metadata file which includes the Metacity, Icon, and GTK+ (so-called
"Controls") theme. 

While I could leave the icon theme in it as "default" (thereby using whatever
Icon theme the user decides), I felt it best to include that information; and
the goals and design of the Tango icon better fit the ideal of the theme as a
whole (to be aesthetically pleasing while not distractive), and also integrate
more completely (IMHO) with the desktop as more and more desktop applications
(such as OO.org and) favor the Tango-ish icon approach.

Also, the icon theme itself includes no further dependencies (that should not
already be installed on a base system), so it seem reasonable to add this.

Closing, therefore, as NOTABUG. Feel free to re-open with more details if still
feel it's an issue. Thanks.

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