Several years ago, I packaged up Scratch 1.4 -- the visual programming
language for kids. However, it never really worked perfectly (it's not
64 bit clean) and upstream for this line is dead (as Scratch 2.0 is
based on Adobe Air -- and hopefully _soon_ HTML5).
I'd like to let go of ownership of the package, and unless someone else
really wants to invest time into it, I think retiring it completely is
the way to go.
Fedora Project Leader
I've seen a few spec files with content like this:
%configure --disable-static --with-imagemagick --with-magickpp \
There's no backslash before the CPPFLAGS variable, so it's useless.
Should rpmlimt warn about this?
It would have to allow indentation after %if or shell if/for/while
etc. so might be tricky to do for the whole spec file, but just doing
it for %configure would have been enough for the cases I've seen
Worth creating a BZ enhancement request for rpmlint?