On 2/6/07, Tom 'spot' Callaway <tcallawa(a)redhat.com> wrote:
OK, being pedantic:
- I can't make perl pass review unless I make a perl-devel
- Perl needs an exception in the guidelines so it can pass review.
Which one would people prefer for FC-7? At this point, I'm rather
I'd suggest just codifying existing practice... It has worked quite
well so far, and there doesn't seem to be a pressing _technical_
reason to change it. (a la a .pc files potential to generate
additional deps in the package.)
Steve's point of "we can't just br: perl(Foo) anymore" is well taken,
and would seem to be a compelling reason to leave things as is. We
would no longer be able to just say "this requires perl(foo) to build"
in all cases.
Ex astris, scientia