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SRPM Name or Url: http://www.auroralinux.org/people/spot/review/libgdamm-1.3.7-1.src.rpm
Description: C++ wrappers for libgda. libgdamm is part of gnomemm - the C++
interface to the GTK+ GUI library.
This package was requested to help clear the path for glom. The spec is pretty typical for a gtk lib.
Thanks in advance.
libgdamm-devel "Requires: glibmm24-devel" because of C++ header contents
and "Requires: libgda-devel" because of pkg-config file dependencies.
Generic INSTALL file in %doc is of no interest to package users.
README in %doc is 24 bytes and pretty much useless (unless you insist
on packaging it because it _may_ change in the future).
--enable-docs doesn't do anything.
Both package descriptions are confusing, IMHO. I don't think "libgdamm
is part of gnomemm" (=> libgnomemm26 in Extras). It is "part of a set of
powerful C++ bindings for the GNOME libraries, which provide additional
functionality above GTK+/gtkmm".
In -devel summary and description I usually add the information that
"libraries" are included, too.
Created attachment 117652 [details]
Updated Spec file
This updated spec makes the changes that you've pointed out. :)