On Monday, 20 April 2015 at 23:47, Gerald B. Cox wrote:
On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 1:51 PM, Michael Schwendt
> Just as a side-note, it's a faulty query. You need to query src.rpm
> repositories if you want to examine BuildRequires.
> If you don't want to do that, examine dependencies on libqxt to get
> a first overview. Those likely are the result of a build dependency:
> # repoquery --whatrequires libqxt
> Here's a repoquery for BuildRequires:
> # repoquery --archlist=src --whatrequires libqxt-devel
Michael, thanks for the correction. Had enabled src in the repo file for
fedora and was using the command in conjunction dnf. dnf doesn't like the
--archlist. Now I know.
That said, qt-examples still shows up with zero hits... and it doesn't have
"lib" in the name, so I am think that "bundled libraries" does not
here. Regarding libqxt, the recommendation from upstream I put above.
I wouldn't take the "library" part from the guidelines so literarily.
Any bundled code needs to be unbundled. Alternatively, an exception
needs to be requested so that the bundling is tracked.
-- Delenn to Lennier in Babylon 5:"Confessions and Lamentations"