--- Comment #6 from Andrea Musuruane <musuruan(a)gmail.com> 2012-09-03 10:46:21 CEST
(In reply to comment #5)
I'm having a go at responding to your ideas, but I'm having
problems with the
build when I remove the specified cflags. I have patched BuildParameters.cmake
to remove the offending flags;
but the SSE flag seems to be not passed to cmake:
They are not passed to cmake because you correctly patched out the flags
("-msse -msse2"). But it seems the software demands SSE and SSE2. This is a big
problem because not all i686 architectures supported by Fedora supports SSE or
SSE2. I don't know if this is allowed. I think not, but I suggest you to ask
for advice on the rpmfusion-devel mailing list.
Another comment - you ask that I specify the build type as Debug and
errors from rpmlint - I assume this is not for the final build? Debug build of
pcsx2 runs very slowly compared to Release.
AFAIK Debug just produce debug symbols and these are needed to have a correct
debuginfo RPM package. This is needed for the final build too.
Full pcsx2 licensing information is at the following url:
You are right that LGPLv3+ is the correct license, sorry ...
After carefully looking at these licenses, the resulting license is: GPLv3.
Ignoring file in debian/* because they are not used (LGPLv3).
Expat, BSD-3-Clause, SGI FREE SOFTWARE LICENSE B 2.0 and PD are all compatible
with both GPL and LGPL.
Mixing LGPLv3+ and LGPLv2+ you get LGPLv3+.
Mixing GPLv2+ and LGPLv3+ you get ***GPLv3***.
Upstream should be notified. If they really want to release pcsx2 under LGPLv3+
they must re-license files under GPLv2+ to LGPLv2+ or LGPLv3+.
I am downloading from svn specifying a revision because the format of
create_pcsx2_tarball.sh script needs a revision as well a branch. As the branch
is 1.0, the revision is immaterial. I can change the script so it doesn't
specify a revision if this is more acceptable. The script also does not
download the 3rd party libraries AFAIK.
I still don't get why you are not using upstream tarball (available here:
) instead of
a svn checkout.
Although it is a WIP I have uploaded the new spec to:
These are not needed:
# The following files are under GNU General Public License v3.0 only: pcsx2/*,
common/*, plugins/spu2-x/*, plugins/PadNull/Pad*, plugins/USBnull/*,
plugins/FWnull/*, plugins/CDVDnull/CDVD*, plugins/GSnull/*,
# The following files are under GNU General Public License v2.0 or later:
pcsx2/Mdec.cpp, pcsx2/Mdec.h, pcsx2/RDebug/deci2_drfp.cpp,
pcsx2/IPU/mpeg2lib/*, pcsx2/cheatscpp.h, common/include/api/*,
plugins/onepad/*, plugins/PadNull/Linux/*, plugins/SPU2null/*,
plugins/FWnull/FW.cpp, plugins/zerospu2/*, plugins/zzogl-pg/*,
# The following files are under GNU Lesser General Public License v2 (or 2.1)
or later: plugins/spu2-x/src/Spu2replay.*, plugins/spu2-x/src/Decode*,
# The following files are under MIT license (also X11) Copyright 1991-2000,
Silicon Graphics, Inc: plugins/zzogl-pg/opengl/glprocs.*
# The following file is under MIT license (also X11) Copyright 2006,
KJK:Hyperion <hackbunny(a)reactos.com>: common/include/intrin_x86.h
# The following file is under BSD license (no advertising) Copyright 2002,
Michael Ringgaard: common/src/Utilities/vssprintf.cpp
# The following file is licensed under Public Domain:
# The license status of the following files is unknown:
All patch names should begin with the package name and (not mandatory but
strongly suggested) by version name. I.e. pcsx2-1.0-fedora_cmake.patch
Some lines are too long to be read. Split them on multiple lines with "\".
As already reported /usr/share/pixmaps is not a "wrong" place for Fedora. It is
Other remarks I gave you still applies but I think you haven't yet finished
updating the package.
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