I've corrected license declaration at sharutils package:
- GPLv3+ and LGPLv2+ and Public Domain
+ GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+ and (LGPLv3+ or BSD) and LGPLv2+ and Public Domain and GFDL
The only effective difference is the texinfo documentation is covered by
GFDL instead of GPL.
The (LGPLv3+ or BSD) clause is because of bundled libopts that I will
try to unbundle or negotitate with FPC.
On 30.05.2013 19:27, Doug wrote:
> Besides, Spice is a bad name for some kind of media program; Spice
> is the name of a powerful and useful electronic engineering program!
Both sides should be more precise in the terminology, so they don't mix
uppercase and lowercase, sure. ;)
The Simple Protocol for Independent Computing Environments (SPICE)
Ngspice is a general-purpose circuit simulator program.
In F19 comps @standard group:
<packagereq type="conditional" requires="system-config-date">chrony</packagereq>
This seems odd to me. I also only see system-config-date being brought in by
the kde-desktop group.
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Paul Wouters wrote:
> Why do we even bother shipping an old obsoleted documentation format
> only RMS can actually use? In the case of sharutils, we actually have
> what appears to be proper man pages.
> Maybe I should add a Feature for F20 :
> "convert all info pages to proper man pages and obsolete: the info package."
faster and easier, put this in your .bashrc file:
ilm() # info like man
info $1 --subnodes --output - 2>/dev/null | most
replace "most" with your favorite paging program, and:
$ ilm gcc