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--- Comment #17 from Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com> 2009-08-31 12:09:20 EDT
(In reply to comment #16)
Sorry for the delay, it was a busy week for me.
NP: know the feeling all too well.
- Some redundant BRs that *could* (not must) be removed:
clutter-devel and clutter-gtk-devel require gtk2-devel
clutter-gtk-devel and clutter-gst-devel require clutter-devel
Dropped, added gstreamer-devel to the list.
- I wonder if "Applications/Multimedia" really is the
proper group tag for a
I couldn't find a better one and that's what gstreamer uses.
- Are sqlite and xdg-user-dirs really required? I dont't see them
- %configure is still run twice.
I think this is fixed. Seems there's a number of different ways to fix this,
the cleanest being the one that's part of gnome-common.
- %configure correctly uses --disable-rpath and --disable-schemas,
during build I see:
configure: WARNING: unrecognized options: --enable-maintainer-mode
configure: WARNING: unrecognized options: --disable-rpath, --disable-schemas
the first is a bug in autogen.sh and should be fixed upstream, but the second
ones need fixing in the package. --disable-shemas can be dropped as you already
This leaves --disable-rpath. I'm pretty sure I checked that it works, but
AFAIKS it can be dropped too as the applications contain no rpath (tested with
Fixed. The rpath one was added at some point I think when a previous build
needed it. I'll bring up the the --enable-maintainer-mode issue with upstream.
SPEC: as above
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