Created attachment 1611740 [details]
A less-strict template
Description of problem: perli11ndoc script from perl-Glib-Object-Introspection can either display a window with a drop-down list of available GIRs or, if launched with a GIR name, find the corresponding file, parse it and dump to stdout. The latter mode has, among other things, a check whether the given argument can be a valid GIR name. However the pattern to check against is too strict. For example, it filters out GdkX11, libxfce4panel, libxfce4ui, libxfce4util and PangoFT2
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install and of the following — pango-devel, xfce4-panel, libxfce4ui, gtk3-devel, libxfce4util
2. run perli11ndoc without arguments; ensure that the GIR matching the installed package is listed in a drop-down list
3. run perli11ndoc GdkX11 (or whatever name from that packages installed on step 1)
Actual results: "Cannot recognize the library name" on stderr
Expected results: contents of that GIR on stdout
Created attachment 1611743 [details]
A less-strict template
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Still reproducible on F31 against GdkX11-3.0 (at least).
Reproducible on F32 against, for example, libxfce4-2.0 as well.