/usr/share/gtksourceview-2.0/ and I think it maybe due to
Medit text editors. But how can I know for sure without uninstalling them and reinstalling one-by-one?
(I don't know what tag to use so I put
With Mousepad, I get this:
The others (Geany and Medit) don't depend on version 2.0 of GtkSourceView.
As a side note, to check which packages provide a directory/file, you can use
This also seems to work (and possibly more general):
you can do a search through the packages.ubuntu.com at 'search the contents of a package' level, choosing 'packages that contain files whose names contain the keyword'.
Continuing at Google:
searching for the exact foldername, it tells us (with others) to look at www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/view/svn/xfce/gtksourceview2.html.
So, you probably build (some piece of software that included) gtksourceview-2.0 as sourcecode. Or some .deb has left the original folder in to exist/be created.
To find out what depends on libgtksourceview2.0-common, you can use
So your feeling of