--- Comment #3 from Richard <hobbes1069(a)gmail.com> 2012-01-19 22:58:25 CET ---
(In reply to comment #2)
It seems to me, the license is LGPLv2. The license text is cut in a
// This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
// modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
// License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
// version 2.1 of the License.
Yeah, I used "licensecheck" which didn't pick up the v2. Fixed.
I think you'll have to BR cmake.
Yeah, the strange part is not having it didn't keep a mock build from working.
cmake must be in the standard build environment now. Fixed.
Just some cosmetic issues:
- You could popd in the end
Eh :) Since it resets the dir between sections I usually don't bother :)
- You could put the doxygen BR next to the other BRs, because BRs are
specific for sub-packages
Yeah, sometimes it's can be useful to a packager to know if a BR is needed for
a specific sub-package, but -doc is pretty obvious. Fixed.
- You could add "-b somedescription~" to your %patch calls
I added one for the second patch. I've already gotten a verbal confirmation
that the first will be upstreamed. As long as one of them has a -b they won't
clobber each other, right?
- f2c alrealy requires f2c-libs, so you could omit the latter
- You could ask upstream to work on the hundreds of compilation
I'm not sure how active it is. I'm only packaging this as a requirement for
FreeCAD which so far seems to "work" as is. But I'll at least let upstream
about the warnings.
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