--- Comment #18 from Göran Uddeborg <goeran(a)uddeborg.se> 2010-12-06 18:53:24 ---
> 1. meka.i686: W: invalid-license Distributable
> Fedora doesn't accept "Distributable" as a license any more.
The License: field refers to the licenses of the contents of the
True. The unused parts of the source package should not be included in the
But as I have understood it, one problem with "distributable" is that it is too
vague. Maybe I have read in more than there is. But for me a license
description like "Meka and non-commercial" or "BSD-like and
would give me much more information than simply "distributable".
I had to hardcode
i686 otherwise plague on RPM Fusion will build packages for i386, i486, i585
and i686 if you use the %ix86 macro.
Aha! Yes, that would not be such a good idea!
Anyway, I won't use your translations because I won't be able
to maintain them.
A package (RPM package or original upstreams source package) can't have too
many translations if the package maintainer is to maintain them himself! :-)
But you do as you wish!
Anyway this script is just slightly adapted form the
Games SIG Guidelines:
Therefore I think all game wrappers in Fedora have this issue.
Yes, it seems to be so.
Ok. I'll put on my to-do-list to make a test case based on the code snippet in
the reply, and send to the allegro team.
I would like to hear your view on my comments on the license text, otherwise
I'm happy with this version.
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