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Summary: Review Request: ht2html - The www.python.org
Web site generator
------- Additional Comments From ifoox(a)redhat.com 2006-06-23 16:39 EST -------
Hi Jason, thanks for your comments. I've updated a new spec file and SRPM here:
Please just use a plain integer for the release number.
package is taken from jpackage.org
, and I'd like to keep the versioning
consistent with theirs. Is the non-numeric release a big problem here?
I suggest not compressing ht2html; it saves all of eleven bytes
maintanence incrementally nore difficult.
Source0: isn't a URL, and in addition that source file isn't
upstream. (They only supply a .gz file.) Suggest using
Please don't use Vendor or Distribution.
I'm not sure why you have BR: python-devel; this package just
copies files into
You're right, done.
I can find no information indicating that this software is in the public domain.
Can you provide a reference?
There seems to be no mention of licensing in the software itself, but I found
mention of in the sourceforge net. However, rpmlint tells me that both 'Python
License' and '' are invalid. Is there a cannonical way to call this license?
RPM will compile all of the .py files; you will need to %ghost the
which are generated.
I've %ghosted the .pyo files, and listed *.py and *.pyc files as seperate
entries in the %files section.
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