Troy Dawson wrote:
But I've hit a package I'm having issues with, due to python
For starters, it has a buildrequires for /usr/bin/python and is
running "python <command>" in the %prep section.
Those were the easy part.
But when the source actually builds, it is using "python" in the
generated Makefiles. That's much more invasive than I've had to get
with any of the other packages.
My real question is this.
Should I file a bugzilla for this (It didn't seem to get the python ->
python2/python3 treatment all the other Fedora packages got) or just
do some type of fix/workaround?
I would strongly recommend against trying to fix anything in QtWebEngine,
that package is just such an awful mess.
I would just rebuild the Fedora python2 package including
python-unversioned-command, or build a separate python-unversioned-command
RPM if RHEL 8 has a suitable python2 and only lacks the unversioned command,
and use that.