[Bug 786860] New: Review Request: opa - Opa, AGPL language for web 2.0

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Summary: Review Request: opa - Opa, AGPL language for web 2.0


           Summary: Review Request: opa - Opa, AGPL language for web 2.0
           Product: Fedora
           Version: rawhide
          Platform: All
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: medium
          Priority: unspecified
         Component: Package Review
        AssignedTo: nobody at fedoraproject.org
        ReportedBy: rudy.sicard at mlstate.com
         QAContact: extras-qa at fedoraproject.org
                CC: notting at redhat.com,
                    package-review at lists.fedoraproject.org
    Classification: Fedora
      Story Points: ---
              Type: ---
        Regression: ---
        Mount Type: ---
     Documentation: ---

Spec URL: 

Spec URL: http://uploading.com/files/d2ab4686/opa.spec


Opa is a unified programming language for web development. This package
contains the Opa compiler, that compiles stand-alone web servers including AJAX
features, database, etc. from single source files.

(see opalang.org)

It is my first package submission and I am seeking a sponsor.
My name is Rudy Sicard, and I am working for the company that created the
language (MLstate).

rpmlint output:
opa.spec: W: invalid-url Source0: opalang.tar.gz
opalang.org provides no source tarball (only binaries).
So I used github repository from generating the tarball (instruction are given
in the spec file to reproduce).
(tar ball generated by github are no compatible with rpm due to bad naming
The tarball ban be download here to simplify the review.
Source : http://download.opalang.org/fedora-package-candidate/opalang.tar.gz

Remark, I have several comment where I think something is probably wrong.
(search for #PROBLEM in spec file)

ps: the dependency ocaml-cryptokit.fc17 is present in koji, but I cannot use it
on my fedora system via yum.
If you are in the same situation you can download directly the needed packages:

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