Although I do not really understand all the spec files & makefile magic,
it seems OK to me, and I do completely support the idea of not packaging
the israwhide broken.
Thank you James
----- Original Message -----
From: "James Laska" <jlaska(a)redhat.com>
Sent: Friday, December 10, 2010 8:19:50 PM GMT +01:00 Amsterdam / Berlin / Bern / Rome /
Stockholm / Vienna
Subject: No longer package -israwhidebroken
I mentioned this idea to Kamil on IRC today, so I generated a small patchset to
disable packaging of autoqa-israwhidebroken. Rather than drop the code
entirely, this patch disables RPM package generation for the israwhidebroken
front-end. We aren't using the front-end anywhere, and it was originally a
proof-of-concept. I think the code is still worthwhile to keep around for a
bit longer (for example, I used it to create a wsgi git-commit watcher).
This patchset corrects a missing Makefile issue, as well as updates autoqa.spec
to disable -israwhidebroken sub-package generation. I have not added any
%obsoletes to forcibly remove that package from any systems.
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