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Summary: Review Request: transconnect -- A function imposter to allow transparent
connection over HTTPS proxies
------- Additional Comments From pertusus(a)free.fr 2006-07-25 10:37 EST -------
(In reply to comment #5)
* Tue Jul 25 2006 Enrico Scholz
- removed the %(id -u) from the buildroot; it adds unneeded clutter,
is not required and you gain nothing with it
This issue should really be clarified. In the guidelines it is said
"The preferred value for the BuildRoot tag is"
so this looks like an almost must to me. I'll ask on the fedora-extras-list
- fixed paths in 'tconn.cat'
- enhanced 'README.fedora'
> This package have never been released, you don't need to
> the epoch?
Needed as upgrade path on my systems; you want to follow the guidelines
strictly and these guidelines do not forbid epoch...
I think it is better to follow the guidelines, because this is a case
where they make sense, since there may be a 1.3 and there is no reason
to make an exception for this package anyway. Adding an epoch is also
I also understand your local issue, but I think we should avoid as
far as possible that local issue interfer with fedora extras packaging.
Isn't there another solution for your upgrade path, like setting
a Provide temporarily in your local repo? Otherwise I guess this issue
should be submitted to the fedora-extras-list, since it is likely to be
a situation that will happen again in the future.
* I like it
* it is used in all my other packages
* it does not violate the guidelines
If you insist. But I think that it really complicates things
'tconn.so' will not be dlopen()'ed but LD_PRELOAD'ed.
Placing into the
without specifying the full path. Therefore, I will keep it in %_libdir.
Ok, makes sense.
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