Detecting version in a SPEC file
lamont at gurulabs.com
Mon Feb 19 02:48:17 UTC 2007
I'm refactoring a package (perl module) that needs to build on CentOS4/RHEL4
and FC6/RHEL5. This package depends on GnuPG, whose version changed from
FC3 -> FC6. The change from gpg 1.2 to gpg 1.4 actually means that the tests
(%check) will fail unless I use a different set of test results for the two
I would like to test (in a %if %endif block) which version of GnuPG is
installed on the system. I could run an "rpm --queryformat" command to get
the version, but I was hoping that there is a better way, since rpmbuild
already can check versions of installed packages for BuildRequires.
Lamont Peterson <lamont at gurulabs.com>
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