Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 199739
Version bump needed for hamlib
Last modified: 2015-04-22 16:45:20 EDT
Description of problem:
Version bump needed
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Version 1.2.5 was released 2006-02-26
Created attachment 137349 [details]
Here is the spec file I created, I am sure it is not perfect.
Created attachment 137350 [details]
Here is the src.rpm I created
hopefully the attachments will help get this rolling.
Created attachment 137351 [details]
Just a few comments to help moving this along...
rpmlint is giving me a bunch of:
E: hamlib invalid-soname /usr/lib/hamlib-aor.so hamlib-aor.so
E: hamlib invalid-soname /usr/lib/hamlib-kenwood.so hamlib-kenwood.so
In the build.log I see:
checking for libxml - version >= 2.0.0... no
*** The xml2-config script installed by LIBXML could not be found
*** If libxml was installed in PREFIX, make sure PREFIX/bin is in
*** your path, or set the XML2_CONFIG environment variable to the
*** full path to xml2-config.
perhaps you need a 'BuildRequires libxml2-devel' ?
checking for Tcl configuration... configure: WARNING: Can't find Tcl
checking whether to build tcl binding and demo... no
Perhaps a 'BuildRequires: tcl-devel' ?
Some more possible missing BuildRequires:
checking for PyArg_Parse... no
checking whether to build gnuradio backend... no
checking whether to build USRP backend... no
checking whether to build microtune backend... yes
checking for libusb >= 0.1... configure: WARNING: libusb pkg-config not found,
USB backends will be disabled
Not sure how many of those exist in extras already, but if so, they should be
added as buildrequires.
Some other general tips:
- You should just provide a link to the .spec and one to the latest .src.rpm
here, it's easier than attachments (IMHO).
- You should remember to increase the release and add a changelog entry for
every time you update. This helps note which things are fixed in the latest
package and so forth.
1.2.5 has been built for FC-4 FC-5 and rawhide
I added some BR's to clean things up a little and removed the