--- Comment #19 from Mark Harfouche <mark.harfouche(a)gmail.com> ---
Sorry, the lastest version is untested. Don't have access to Fedora at the
(In reply to Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski from comment #18)
(In reply to Nicolas Chauvet from comment #14)
> (In reply to Mark Harfouche from comment #13)
> > Reviving this bug because I think I addressed the previous issues. Thanks
> > Dominik.
> > This is my first RPM Fusion Package. I am seeking a sponsor.
> Rathann can sponsor you.
I could, but I'd like to see some (informal) package reviews by Mark first.
Ok, I'll get on the mailing list. I'll likely be super busy before Sept 6th. So
there will be a delay.
(In reply to Nicolas Chauvet from comment #16)
(In reply to Mark Harfouche from comment #15)
> > Fedora default to i686 nowadays (-march), so if this binary is really built
> > for i486, it could lead to issue. Anyone tested it there ? If it doesn't
> > work one could also drop 32bit support.
> Hoenstly, I don't own a 32bit computer anymore. I think it is i486 because
Then maybe you can drop the i486 package and only package the x86_64 as
If any end-user would need the 32bit support, then they can contribute the
Anyway, both options are possible.
32 bit support dropped.
Please try to use the %global defines on the top of the spec file
been added twice).
libMendeley.so is packaged in a -devel sub-package, but there is no
Are you sure this symlink to the library isn't used at runtime ?
libPDFNetC is a library from another project. If you are using the
version from Mendeley, it will conflicts if both packages are installed.
Instead you need to either:
- Package libPDFNetC (in fedora) and use the version built from source.
- Use a dedicated path, not registered to the system linker, so Mendeley can
find it's libraries. (and add something like /usr/lib64/Mendeley to
I think we can put this in libexec right?
I'll try to test things on my Fedora computer this weekend.
(In reply to Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski from comment #17)
Thanks! Found some missing
bundled libraries. You are very thorough.
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