--- Comment #7 from Richard <hobbes1069(a)gmail.com> 2012-03-22 01:51:00 CET ---
(In reply to comment #5)
I used licensecheck on it and all I saw was LGPLv2... Is there other licenses
Contains bundled libgsm (~fedora package gsm-devel). Package seems to
to system libgsm, but the bundled lib is not removed in %prep as required
Removed in %prep now.
Contains bundled lpc10. lpc10 seems to be part of spandsp-devel. This
mean that this could be used to provide lpc10. It might also mean that a
bundling bug should be filed against spandsp-devel instead, while packaging
lpc10 separately (which at least Mandriva do).
I'm using spandsp-devel now and removing in %prep. If a bug needs to be filed
against spandsp then we can do that but as far as I'm concerned this package is
Is the realname macro useful? I doubt the package name will ever
and it's only expanded in one place anyway.
I'm only using it because I'm really building sox since the
sox-plugins-freeworld name is made up.
For some reason, the build fails on my F16 host. Another, F15, works
fine as do
mock. Something is rotten here, I'll try to find out what.
%__arch_install_post /usr/lib/rpm/check-rpaths /usr/lib/rpm/check-buildroot
in my .rpmmacros. This triggers the following in build, after %install:
ERROR 0002: file '/usr/lib64/sox/libsox_fmt_mp3.so' contains an invalid rpath
~/rpmbuild/BUILD/sox-14.3.2/src/.libs' which is discouraging.
Hmm... I thought I had the rpath issue fixed...
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