On Wed, Jul 07, 2021 at 11:18:04AM +0200, Miro Hrončok wrote:
guile22 mlichvar, orphan 1
There's a dependency chain going from guile22 -> gnutls-devel -> lots
of virtualization packages.
This dependency provides gnutls bindings for guile programs.
In Fedora, gnutls's dependency on guile22 is compile-time optional.
Enabled for Fedora and disabled for RHEL.
The latest gnutls sources seem to be insistent on requiring guile 2.2
Guile upstream maintains 3.0 and 2.2 ("legacy 2.2.x series").
Fedora's packaging of Guile seems confusing to say the least. We have
"guile" (2.0.14), "guile22" (2.2.7 - orphaned), and I cannot find
guile 3.0 packaged at all. Sorry if I missed something.
I'd say the easiest way out here is to disable gnutls's dependency on
guile22 in Fedora (so it's like RHEL).
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