2009/11/10 AW <arne_woerner(a)yahoo.com>:
i made this review request
because linden labs dont publish a 64bit version of their viewer,
and because my box seems do be too weak for the 32bit version,
and because i believe that others might have the same problem...
1. they certainly cant review it without a download-able package...
2. it seems like they dont like tar balls with binaries
(they prefer a script that transforms the original sources and then builds the binary?)
is it easy to make a SRPM?
i could unpack the source packages again and then locate files that i patched manually
and create patch-files for the patch(1)-tool... is that the right way?
Yes thats the right way. Actually it is called "pristine source
principle". You always use the unmodified upstream tarball and add
your patches with the spec file with the %patch macro so it becomes
transparent what has been changed, when building rpms.
did somebody do it already for secondlife?
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