Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 192001
Dice and card games are forbidden in Islamic countries
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:32 EST
Description of problem:
As the dice and card games are forbidden in Islamic countries (because they are
considered gambling instruments), they should be removable easily (or get
removed) from gnome games.
A good idea is to define a variable in spec file for dice and another for card
games (like what happened for gnome-stones). And assign 0 or 1 to it to make it
unavailable or available in built RPMs.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install gnome-games
2. check the games installed, there is Tali and some card games
There is Tali and some card games.
a gnome-games without Tali and any card games.
I have a patch to apply on spec file for gnome-games in FC4. I can port it to
FC5 if desired.
FarsiWeb's internal reference:
farsiweb #151, reported by Roozbeh Pournader,
fix by Hooman Mesgary
Created attachment 129259 [details]
A patch to apply on gnome-games in FC4 to make dice and card games removable easily.
I applied your fix to rawhide. Can you try source packages in tomorrow's
compose and tell me if they work the way you want?
I build it and test it.
all the things was ok, except the "Robots" hasn't icon in Application menu.
check the (will attach) screenshot.
Created attachment 129782 [details]
screenshot of gnome-games in application menu.
There is no icon for Robots.
It is taken from "gnome-games-2.15.2-1"
Robots has an icon nowadays.
(In reply to comment #5)
> Robots has an icon nowadays.
I guess you closed the wrong bug. Reopening.
Oops. My mistake.