Do you mean you're writing install/setup instructions for a book, and you want to make sure you're not accidentally relying on something you installed manually ages ago?
If so, you should test your installation advice on a new virtual machine. Then you can get a plain vanilla install of Ubuntu / Windows / whatever and follow your own setup steps, which will confirm that you're covering everything necessary.
On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 1:30 AM, john Culleton <John@...1668...>wrote:
I already have a fairly complete stock of publishing-related programs. So is there a list somewhere of the got-to haves for full Inkscape use? For example is Ghostscript necessary to create pdf files etc.?
I am writing a book and I don't want to give bad advice.
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