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Description of problem:
The gtkhtml3-3.1.18-1.i386.rpm from rawhide reports the following
rpm -qp gtkhtml3-3.1.18-1.i386.rpm --requires
rpm -qp gtkhtml3-3.1.18-1.i386.rpm --provides
so it is requiring the wrong version of a library it should itself
provide. As a result the package is uninstallable. Presumably
something weird happened in the build of this package - it looks like
the libgnome-gtkhtml-editor-3.1.so library was linked against the
libgtkhtml library on the build system, rather than the version the
package itself built.
And reappeared now in gtkhtml3-3.6.1-1 )-:
[david@c83-248-3-108 i386]$ rpm -qp --provides gtkhtml3-3.6.1-1.i386.rpm \
[david@c83-248-3-108 i386]$ rpm -qp --requires gtkhtml3-3.6.1-1.i386.rpm|grep \
Plese reopen this bug...
If you are referring to the package in rawhide the copy I have just checked
looks okay to me.
No, the problem occured when I tried to rebuild the source rpm myself on my
RAWHID:ish system. libtool(?) leaves behind the file
libgnome-gtkhtml-editor-3.6.soT which is linked againgst libgtkhtml-3.6.so.15
which I have installed in my system instead of the new one which I try to build.
And then during the install phase this file is copied over to the RPM_BUILD_ROOT