Yeah, I looked into this recently.
Lame was previously requested for EPEL8:
The bug closed because it is already part of rhel8:
Of course, this is only partially true. Lame-libs and lame-devel are part of rhel8, but
the binary package is not.
I'm tempted to file a bug with redhat and make a stink about this, but I doubt it
would make a difference.
In the end, I'll trust what Nicolas says is true, that mythtv doesn't need the
binary package anyway.
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Subject: Re: [mythtv] Update to latest fixes/31 Don't require lame binary on el8
Le mar. 29 juin 2021 à 18:06, Sérgio Basto <sergio(a)serjux.com> a écrit :
On Tue, 2021-06-29 at 17:56 +0200, Nicolas Chauvet wrote:
> Le mar. 29 juin 2021 à 17:06, Andrew Bauer <kni(a)rpmfusion.org> a écrit
> > commit 10eafa1c47f7500a320ff2b1382f491a2cbd9f64
> > Author: Andrew Bauer <zonexpertconsulting(a)outlook.com>
> > Date: Tue Jun 29 10:04:53 2021 -0500
> > Update to latest fixes/31
> > Don't require lame binary on el8
> Thanks for forwarding the patches into branches.
> Btw I've asked if one could build a perl dependency missing for el8
> and mythtv-backend.
> With that dependency, all mythtv packages should be installable in
Release Stable version Version in testing
Fedora 35 lame-3.100-10.fc34
Fedora 34 lame-3.100-10.fc34
Fedora 33 lame-3.100-9.fc33
Fedora EPEL 8
Fedora EPEL 7 lame-3.100-1.el7
Fedora ELN lame-3.100-10.eln109
Only epel 8 is missing but we could ask for it .
No we can't (at least not
easily). As the lame package is in RHEL but
only the libs- and (devel) are distributed.
So we can't have it in EPEL easily.
Also having a lame binary is totally spurious.
As I've written in the commit message, mythtv only uses the lame
"libraries" and not the binary.
We could still enforce the binary in fedora for more certainty,
specially with plugins expectation. But there is no need to enforce
when it's not needed.
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