On 06/28/2009 08:41 AM, Seth Vidal wrote:
On Sun, 28 Jun 2009, Paul wrote:
> I'm considering packaging libspotify (it's a library for accessing the
> spotify music service), but it has a couple of problems.
> The licence is MIT, which is fine. However, for a user to be able
> connect to spotify, they have to email spotify to obtain a file which
> registers them. It also requires a .la file which is against the
> packaging rules.
> Spotify have very little interest in their library, so there would
> probably be little that they would do to remove this .la file and
> without it, the package won't install locally.
> Any comments or advice on this?
Does this package make any software linked to it work on the fedora
legal queue and have an assortment of frogs?
No. I use properly versioned shared libraries, and have support for Pam.