Written by Lachu the 27 Feb 13 at 17:36.
Status: Not an idea
For now there's no gui toll to display missing libraries. User must open terminal and run program many times. Each time for different missing dependency. More advanced user will use ldd, but we must have more user-friendly approach.
Truely, I confused by this one. apt-get, synaptic, yum, smart package manager, all do resolve deps as you ask. Synaptic, yum, and smart are both gui tools as well and cli tools. The Ubuntu software center also does this. You can search for packages, install packages, and it automatically resolves deps. All of these tools do that just fine.
I sounds like you are trying to run pre-compiled binary files retrieved from 3rd party sources (such as by searching with Google). This is HIGHLY discouraged for a number of reasons include security (you never know what's truly in that binary), stability (you have no idea what it will do to your system) and ease of use (the problem you appear to be encountering).
I highly recommend looking for the application in the software center and using that version. If you need more up-to-date versions, see if the author has a PPA or at the very least a .deb package (which will tell the package manager which dependencies to install).
If the author would like to have their package added to the repositories, please ask them to submit it to the packaging team for inclusion in the next release (deadline for 13.04 is passed, but they should be able to get it into 13.10). In the mean time they can easily set up a PPA and post the link on their website.
wrote on the 18 Mar 13 at 12:11
Closing in Brainstorm. As described, the Rationale is already addressed by package management.