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--- Comment #7 from David Sommerseth <davids(a)redhat.com> 2009-09-23 04:59:49 EDT
(In reply to comment #6)
I see you removed the NEEDSPONSOR blocker, but I can't find your
name in the
account system. It's not "davids" and a search on "Sommerseth"
Ahh sorry! I thought that Jussi Lehtola forgot to do that when answering. My
What's your FAS ID?
It should be dsommers
I downloaded and unpacked the src.rpm linked above, but it
doesn't seem to
match the spec file linked above. Whenever you make a change to a package
under review, you should increase Release:, generate a new package and update
both that and the spec file. Otherwise it quickly becomes difficult for any
prospective review to keep things straight. There are far more submissions
than reviewers, so making it difficult for reviewers is not a good idea.
Again, I'm sorry for making a mess here.
Anyhow! A new release if imapfilter has surfaced, so I've updated spec files
and built a new src.rpm. Hopefully things are more consistent now.
Spec URL: http://people.redhat.com/dsommers/imapfilter/imapfilter.spec
You made me aware of rpmlint in another bz ... so I did run rpmlint on spec
file, src.rpm and binary rpms. But there is one thing which I'm not able to
imapfilter.src:25: W: configure-without-libdir-spec
imapfilter.spec:25: W: configure-without-libdir-spec
I believe this is because the configure script is not autotools based. I've
made a comment about it in the .spec file. I did however reduce this warning
to only appear once in each file and not twice, by renaming the ./configure
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