I've tried to get rid of the x11-plugins/enigmail package since it messes up thunderbird but my system keeps installing it. mozilla-thunderbird has a undocumented dependency towards it.
In my opinion, a application should never have a dependency on a plugin unless the application cannot run without it. In this case, it runs fine without enigmail, it even runs better.
Remove crypt from your use flags...
I did and that works, thanks. It still isn't documented though, at least not according to gentoo-portage.com.
enigmail has no reverse dependancies.
(In reply to comment #2)
> I did and that works, thanks. It still isn't documented though, at least not
> according to gentoo-portage.com.
> enigmail has no reverse dependancies.
And so what? mozilla-thunderbird PDEPENDS on it.
I guess good documentation is not something you want. So, considering your attitude, nevermind.
(In reply to comment #4)
> I guess good documentation is not something you want. So, considering your
> attitude, nevermind.
Like - huh? We don't run gentoo-portage.com at all.
What is gentoo-portage.com?
gentoo-portage.com is an unofficial gentoo package listing system. It provides detailed information regarding the package and allows users to post their own comments.
Go complain to the people responsible for that domain that it doesn't document reverse dependencies of whatever. We don't care much about gentoo-portage.com, to be honest...