[Bug 228296] Review Request: python-lirc - Linux Infrared Remote Control python module

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Tue Feb 13 21:24:26 UTC 2007

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Summary: Review Request: python-lirc - Linux Infrared Remote Control python module


------- Additional Comments From ville.skytta at iki.fi  2007-02-13 16:24 EST -------
Adding the extra docs is a nice idea, however they currently suffer from
genericish SourceX file names.  Prefix them by %{name}-* (in SRPM, not when

About licensing, LGPL section 3 says: "You may opt to apply the terms of the
ordinary GNU General Public License instead of this License to a given copy of
the Library.  To do this, you must alter all the notices that refer to this
License, so that they refer to the ordinary GNU General Public License, version
2, instead of to this License."

I'm not 100% sure what that means in practical terms, but it sounds to me as if
the license info should be changed not only in the License tag, but also the C
source file as well as PKG-INFO, and possibly the newly added changes.  Or at
least add a note somewhere prominent about the change (separate file installed
as %doc or something).  What do you think?

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