On Sat, 2017-02-25 at 01:04 +0000, Andrew Toskin wrote:
I'd just like to confirm what actions I need to take for my RPM
specs, then, if any. Does this sound right?
* if the package source includes a .gschema.xml file, it's okay, and
needed, so leave it alone.
* if the package source includes a Makefile, which compiles the
gschema file, then the schema compilation here isn't strictly
necessary but doesn't hurt anything. Skipping this step would be
slightly more efficient, but only slightly.
Yes. The compilation won't have any effect since it's only occurring
inside the buildroot.
* if the package includes *precompiled* gschema... remove it?
No, because these don't exist (at least I don't think so). All
installed gschemas are compiled at once based on the schemas installed
on the system, and there are no precompiled schemas.