The cdrdao rpm in the PowerTools 6.2 requires the the gtk-- version that
ships with PowerTools 6.1 and balks at the 6.2 gtk--. Seems like
cdrdao-1.1.3-1.i386.rpm should be happy to have gtk---1.0.3pre1-3.i386.rpm
instead of requiring gtk---1.0.3pre1-2.i386.rpm. Was this an oversight or
is there a legitimate need for the version requirement to be hard set to
only that older gtk-- rpm?
It was definitely an oversight. When editing the "Requires:" line to read
Requires: gtk-- >= 1.0.3
Are you able to rebuild it?
Sorry it's taken me so long to get back on this. Today I've finally edited the
requires line and had to scratch my head for a few minutes until I realised I
didn't have the gtk devel packages installed. It does indeed rebuild. I
haven't done any real testing or anything to make sure it works though...
OK. Just a heads up, the gtk-- package is going to be renamed to be gtkmm for
the nehxt release. I am closing this bug as "won't fix", if you have any more
problems with it reopen this bug.
Furthermore, xcdrdao doesn't seem to be packaged in cdrdao-1.1.3-1.i386,
although that is actually _the_ component which is supposed to require gtk--.
(xcdrdao-1.1.4 [currently pre3] actually won't build at all without gtkmm >=
1.2.0. From then, find-requires will probably do.)
Actually, that's a bug, because there _is_ an applink in that package. (No,
xcdrdao isn't built in a separate package.)