On 02/26/2012 09:09 PM, Richard Shaw wrote:
On Sun, Feb 26, 2012 at 10:23 AM, Hans de
> The standard we've come up for this, is to do 2 packages:
> Which would then have subpackages like this:
> The main packages could then either completely not
> exist (ie no %files only %files mp3 and %files ffmpeg), or
> could be empty except for Requiring all the sub packages
> for easier installation. With a slight preference
> for the later.
Hmm... Currently sox fails to build with the ffmpeg in F16 so I
haven't included it yet. Also, even if we did, I'm not sure there's
much value in breaking it out into individual packages. I would think
it unlikely that someone who wants MP3 or ffmpeg support is going to
be too worried about the extra dependency overhead of the other.
So maybe just sox-plugins-freeworld and sox-plugins-nonfree?
Sure, that works if people complain about the deps we can
always do subpackages later (as long as the main package then
becomes an empty package requiring all the sub packages there
will be no upgrade issues).