Re: minor gnumeric config problem

> Either gnumeric or ORBit (I'm not looking closely right now) assumes
> that the user has "indent" installed on her system.

This is from orbit-idl.  I thought they had added a flag to ignore
this, but it might be a configure-detected flag.

> I would interpret the GNU coding standards as saying that an end user
> should only have a Bourne shell, a "make" program, and a C compiler.
> Other tools like "indent" are not required, so I think you should
> bundle the output of indent with your package.

The problem is more that the output generated by the ORBit IDL
compiler is fed trough the indent program to generate pretty output.


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