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--- Comment #7 from Lubomir Rintel <lkundrak(a)v3.sk> 2009-08-24 08:13:17 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #6)
Updated the spec file with the changes suggested.
I updated the spec file to require webserver instead of httpd but I
if I should own /etc/httpd. Could you please explain this a bit as I seem to be
missing something here.
If you create a directory that neither you nor none of your dependencies own,
that directory would not be removed upon package removal. That could happen in
case user would elect to use e.g. lighttpd instead of apache httpd (which would
satisfy the webserver dependency).
So you can either depend on "webserver" and own /etc/httpd, or depend directly
on "httpd" (as you did previously). It might be a better idea to just switch
back to httpd (since you use apache:apache user, etc.); sorry for the noise.
Also, please improve your %description, it seems rather short and
I don't think any of these are blockers, I'll approve the package once you are
sponsored. Please apply for packagers group so that you can get sponsored.
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