On 01/29/2016 04:41 AM, Orion Poplawski wrote:
On 01/28/2016 12:02 AM, Ding Yi Chen wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> After some fun hacking and many, many complete rebuilds, I've built and
>> submitted for testing a version of epel-rpm-macros for EPEL5 which
>> removes the need for several pieces of RPM junk which have annoyed me
>> for many years now.
>> These macros do the following, entirely by "magic" without requiring
>> use of any boilerplate or line noise:
>> *) Provide a BuildRoot: tag if one is not specified. (The recommend
>> from the EPEL guidelines is used.)
>> *) Provide Group: tags for the main package and any subpackages
>> which don't
>> have one. The value used is "Unspecified".
>> *) Automatically provide a %clean section.
>> *) Automatically delete the %buildroot at the beginning of %install.
>> *) Allow the use of %license in the %files section (maps to %doc as
> Any ETA on rpmlint EL5 update according to this change?
This gets dicey because rpmlint is a RHEL package, not EPEL.
It cannot be found in
it's not a RHEL package.
It has always been in EPEL
wolfy, former maintainer of rpmlint for EL5 and EL6
Manuel Wolfshant linux registered user #131416
IT manager NoBug Consulting SRL
Q: Are you sure?
>A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
>>Q: Why is top posting frowned upon?