Description of problem:
rawstudio bundles rawspeed. This is against https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packaging:Guidelines#Duplication_of_system_libraries .
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Actually, more stuff is are bundled apart from rawspeed:
Adobe DNG SDK:
Mesa3D code fragment:
- Adding in CC, Anders Brander, to keep him informed ...
- As I wrote, about rawspeed. First we need to package the rawspeed, let me know if we got any evolution on this matter.
- Another task, I found it on  "While making this change, it seems like a good time to add:
# See https://fedorahosted.org/fpc/ticket/530#comment:3
Provides: bundled(dcraw)u "
Anders Brander has commented on  , about unbundling Rawspeed .
in  found this:
Note for Rawstudio developers:
dcraw is copied from UFRaw CVS at:
so plugin load-dcraw  have 4 bundle files but the other 3 files aren't ...
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I guess this can be closed as WONTFIX now. The required Provides: were added and I guess upstream is still not even thinking about supporting a shared rawspeed.
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(In reply to Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski from comment #7)
> I guess this can be closed as WONTFIX now. The required Provides: were added
> and I guess upstream is still not even thinking about supporting a shared
yeah the part of providing a or b is fixed and last time I checked rawspeed has changed a lot and could be that now are a shared library ...