[Bug 199154] Review Request: Slony-1 (postgresql-slony-engine)

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Summary: Review Request: Slony-1 (postgresql-slony-engine)


ruben at rubenkerkhof.com changed:

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------- Additional Comments From ruben at rubenkerkhof.com  2007-06-30 15:26 EST -------
Ok, here we go

- The upstream project is called Slony-I. Why is the package called postgresql-slony1-engine?

- Source0 is not available. http://main.slony.info/downloads/1.2/source/slony1-1.2.0.tar.bz2 seems to be the right one (there's a doc tarball 
as well)

- Errors during build:
chmod -R 644 doc/Makefile doc/adminguide doc/concept doc/howto doc/implementation doc/support
chmod: cannot access `doc/adminguide/schemadoc.xml': Permission denied
chmod: cannot access `doc/adminguide/usingslonik.sgml': Permission denied
chmod: cannot access `doc/adminguide/slonyupgrade.sgml': Permission denied
the chmod -R 644 sets drw-r--r-- permissions on the directory, so you can't reach the files in it.
Maybe you can use something like find doc/ -type f -exec chmod 600 {} \;

- It also seems to be missing yacc:
Missing yacc parser.y parser.c

- Since postgresql_autodoc is now available, maybe you can add it to the BuildRequires
- I'd skip the %if %docs and %if %perltools. It's only one perl module, and that cleans up the specfile a lot.

- This isn't necessary:
   # Strip out -ffast-math from CFLAGS....

   CFLAGS=`echo $CFLAGS|xargs -n 1|grep -v ffast-math|xargs -n 100`  
   There is no -ffast-math in %{optflags}

- %configure --includedir %{_includedir}/pgsql --with-pgconfigdir=%{_bindir}
   is probably not necessary either, pg_config is in the path, and will tell configure where the libs and headers are

- Remove this line: #%define pg_version %(rpm -qv postgresql-devel|head -n 1|awk -F '-' '{print $3}')
- and this one: %define prefix /usr, they're not used

This won't work:
if [ -d /etc/rc.d/init.d ]
    install -d %{buildroot}/etc/rc.d/init.d

You check if the directory exists, and if it exists, you create it.
and replace that path with %{_initrddir}. If you add initscripts as a requirement, that directory should be there

Good luck!

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