--- Comment #11 from Mario Santagiuliana <fedora(a)marionline.it> 2012-03-23 13:03:41
(In reply to comment #10)
You will never pass a review using the "troublesome url"
rules for a plain
sourceforge url, believe me. This url is *not* troublesome in any way.
There's nothing special in this project, it's just another sourceforge project.
I don't know why you insist this is "not conventional". Just check up the
URL:s, apply the wisdom of the link, and you will have a perfectly usable URL,
complete with version. I promise :)
Maybe there are some problems with my English...
The only url to download the source package is , it works using wget for
example. There are not other urls for sf.net
for this package, I don't find
In Source0 I should use the full url to download the package (the url that work
with wget, isn't?). Generally the source url ended with the name of the package
and rpm get the package name from this url.
For this project, sf.net
is use just to share tarball and built software
packages. All code is on github...I could use the github url to have the
, the package are not versioned.
Your url  point to html page to let user choose which package download. Not
the single url package. I can't use this in Source0, or am I wrong?
So if you find a correct url to download Homer-Source.tar.bz2 from sf.net
wget and it works on rpm let me know because I don't find it.
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