Description of problem:
GnomeVFS has been deprecated for 3 years. Inkscape still requires gnome-vfs2. Moreover, this is required for HAL removal:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. rpm -qR inkscape | grep vfs
libgnomevfs-2.so.0 is required by inkscape
To drop the dependency, I suppose it should be sufficient to remove 2 lines from the .spec files:
34 BuildRequires: gnome-vfs2-devel >= 2.0
163 --with-gnome-vfs \
Sorry for the delay.
I'm not sure if this is a wise thing to do -- wouldn't we loose functionality here if Inkscape was not carried over to gvfs? Or is there no porting needed?
Removed and rebuild triggered, so I don't delay this any more.
I'd still like the above question to be answered.
unfortunately you are right, after disabling GNOME-VFS support it is no longer possible to open remote files. It looks like that Inkscape was not ported to GVFS.
I can open a bug report at Inkscape's Launchpad and link it here for reference, while leaving this bug report open.
In the meanwhile probably it's better to re-enable the GNOME-VFS support.
What do you think?
Well, let us see what the users think -- keeping this open for a while and see if anyone complains for rawhide.
Ok, in the meantime I have asked upstream to port from GnomeVFS to GIO, see the linked Launchpad bug.
Would this affect the open clipart import functionality? Or are those downloaded to /tmp by some other means and opened locally from /tmp?
(In reply to comment #7)
> Would this affect the open clipart import functionality? Or are those
> downloaded to /tmp by some other means and opened locally from /tmp?
"Import from Open Clip Art Library" disappeared from File menu in my inkscape build without GnomeVFS, so this functionality seems to be affected.
@Nicola in the words of Darth Vader, "Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!" :(
gnome-vfs enabled back; I'll take a look at what needs to be done to carry it over to gvfs.
Phew thank you!!! You're the best!
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