On 7/6/06, Enrico Scholz <enrico.scholz(a)informatik.tu-chemnitz.de> wrote:
chris.stone(a)gmail.com ("Christopher Stone") writes:
>> You are not lowering quality standards when unneeded and non-working
>> things like "Requires: php >= 4.2" will be omitted.
> Unneeded? by whom?
This list contains a 'To: fedora-packaging(a)redhat.com' so I would say
> Fedora's rpm?
> other package maintainers for other distributions?
dunno; they are not handled by this list.
So we are to just assume everyone will be running a stock Fedora
system then? In my opinion I think it is better to provide the
information if it is accurate and available as it is with pear
I don't have the powerz to decide these things but if we must take a
vote on this issue then I will go with whatever the packaging comitte