--- Comment #16 from Rob Janes <janes.rob(a)gmail.com> 2012-10-07 21:46:31 CEST ---
also, renamed the package to msttcore-fonts-installer.
Kevin - I was describing the debian package for the msttcore fonts. I'm sorry
if you understood that to be a proposal for a this rpm package. It was not.
It was intended to be a compare and contrast. As a pro and con comparison,
certainly the eula prompt is a con. On the pro side, is the automated download
and installation of these fonts.
Another on the pro side, is the background download and installation of the
fonts. I don't quite see how to do that in fedora.
Thorsten, Kevin - while I disagree with the idea that spec file scripts should
be short, I don't think it's productive to argue about it. The debian package
builder choose to split out the script, and I agree it helps debugging and has
legitimate independent functionality. So I've split it out.
Nicholas - I suppose that's possible, but it involves a lot of user interaction
I want to avoid. It sounds like a proposal that someone at microsoft might
want to work on.
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