2011/12/19 Serghei Amelian <serghei@...>: > On Tuesday 20 December 2011 00:10:01 Calvin Morrison wrote: > [...] > >> > Is not the same situation. While most "gnome" apps are written in pure >> > GTK+, "trinity" apps are highly integrated with TDE (dcop, style, color >> > theme, icon theme, fonts, printing, etc). >> >> Meh, disagree. >> >> All GNOME apps pull in gnome dependencies. not all GTK+ apps are GNOME apps >> however. >> >> They have their own integration, priniting, theming, using dbus etc. > > Of course, this is valid for _gnome_ apps. But, for example, you consider Gimp > being Gnome application? Yes? But I can run Gimp without gnome libraries. You > can run Krita without kdelibs? > > -- > Serghei > No, I do not consider Gimp being Gnome application. I consider gnome applications all that comes by default with gnome DE.