Spec URL: http://www.k-d-w.org/clipboard/review/new-stuff-manager.spec
SRPM URL: http://www.k-d-w.org/clipboard/review/new-stuff-manager-0.2.2-1.src.rpm
Description: NewStuffManager is a program that runs in the background and downloads/installs plugins. It can be used by any application through its D-Bus interface.
Source0 should be what you have for URL: - a full url path to the source.
URL should be a url to the webpage of the project or other information on the
Thanks for the advice.
I changed it and updated files are available in the same location as above.
I believe that the package should own the folders, and not the content:
I made the changes you requested and uploaded it again to the location above.
Have you looked into these errors reported by rpmlint:
[~/rpmbuild/RPMS/x86_64] rpmlint new-stuff-manager-*
E: new-stuff-manager no-binary
E: new-stuff-manager only-non-binary-in-usr-lib
E: new-stuff-manager-debuginfo empty-debuginfo-package
W: new-stuff-manager-devel no-documentation
I solved the empty-debuginfo-package problem but I don't know about the other
ones. According to
rpmlint doesn't like it, but it's okay.
Sebastian, were you going to supply an updated package? (You'll need to
increase the Release number and provide fresh links. If you updated the package
but didn't change the release then there's no way for me to tell that you did so.)
New packages of new-stuff-manager 0.2.3 for Fedora 7 are available at
I cannot download the srpm from that page. I visited the index page, copied the
URL for the srpm to clipboard and pasted it into my builder script which tries
to wget the URL. Unfortunately I just get redirected to some info page. Please
just post a plain link, thanks.
Thanks. Unfortunately this fails to build for me (in mock, x86_64, rawhide);
configure gets down to:
checking for MONO... yes
checking for gpg... no
configure: error: you need to have gpg installed !
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.16869 (%build)
I can verify that gnupg2 was installed in the buildroot.
Sebastian, the Fedora Account System does not know your e-mail address,
therefore I assume you are not already a package maintainer in Fedora and
therefore need to be sponsored. Please read:
Okay, I completed the steps in the "Get a Fedora Account" section.
Well, first fix the issue pointed out by Jason on comment 11.
Although, I was able to fix the issue Jason reported I came across some other
problems. I didn't have time to work on this project for quite some time. I
think best is to drop this request. I request inclusion again if I'm more
Well, then please feel free to request a new review request
when you have time, thank you!