Added all dependencies, not before clashing mid air while applying them :D
The daemon itself needs a client; documentation on how to write it are
on Guacamole web site.
The Gucamole project provides its one Web Interface; and I have some
struggle packaging it. It is made of the following components:
guacamole - The main web application, written in Java.
guacamole-common - The Java API used by the web application.
guacamole-ext - Common interfaces for extending the main web application.
All compile with maven and in the end they are packaged as a war file:
I've seen many *-js packages in koji, but they all compile with ant;
here I need maven.
Can somone point me to some examples in Fedora on which I can rely to
build this stack?
On 10 May 2012 14:26, Jon Ciesla <limburgher(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 3:51 AM, Simone Caronni <negativo17(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, thanks, I will do it this way, then.
Additionally, if there is a dependency chain for the packages, for
building, runtime, or anything, have the BZs block each other
appropriately so it's easier to see which one(s) someone should try to
review first, second, third, etc.
> On 10 May 2012 10:32, Ralf Corsepius <rc040203(a)freenet.de> wrote:
>> On 05/10/2012 09:35 AM, Simone Caronni wrote:
>>> I have one question. I would like to submit a review request for
>>> Guacamole, an HTML5 vnc and rdp client.
>>> The software itself is already packaged in separate small libraries and
>>> tools for Fedora:
>>> Since all the pieces taken alone are quite useless, should I fill a
>>> review request for all the packages in one singular review or should I
>>> fill multiple reviews requests, one for each piece?
>> The latter (one package after the other).
>> Admitted, this will take time, but one single review for many packages is
>> close to being unmanagable.
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