--- Comment #16 from Richard <hobbes1069(a)gmail.com> 2012-02-15 16:48:02 CET ---
Ok, first the good news. Most everything looks good.
Now the bad news...
Most people don't both running rpmlint on the installed package and it's not a
packaging guideline requirement (but it should be). I found some linkage
problems with the library. I'll attach the full rpmlint output because it's too
big to post here (which usually isn't a good sign :)
Basically you have two major things going on. Both are fixable.
The first is "undefined-non-weak-symbol" which rpmlint describes as:
$ rpmlint -I undefined-non-weak-symbol
The binary contains undefined non-weak symbols. This may indicate improper
linkage; check that the binary has been linked as expected.
Basically, it has symbols for libraries it's not linked to.
The other, easier one, is: "unused-direct-shlib-dependency"
The most direct method is to add "-Wl,--as-needed" to your linker flags, a la:
just before your cmake command.
If you have trouble fixing the first, let me know. I'll see if I can help.
Also, once fixed, you'll need to send the patch upstream.
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