Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 23603
RPM analog-4.13-2 improvement
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:59 EDT
The following two improvements would be very benefitial to RPM
cp images/* $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/var/www/html/images
cp lang/* $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/var/lib/analog/lang
to cp -p (add -p flag to cp)
so original creation dates of images and etc. will be preserved.
2. Replace the directory /var/www/html/images/
The replacement of /images/ to /analogimages/
will help to avoid a very common name clash,
because the name /images/ is too generic and often already used
on a web site.
The compilation parameter -DIMAGEDIR=
if put to "/analogimages/" and slight spec adjustment will do the job
The analog-4.13-2 now seems in rawhide,
but there is not analog in the rawhide packages menu.
So I am posting the report here, in web server.
Your first suggestion doesn't really add anything to the package, the second is
being implmented, and should show up in rawhide shortly.
First suggestion, from my point of view,
is important because once you do "page info"
on a report page you will see true dates of the images,
not the date when RPM was built.
With different dates the images look like different ones from original analog.
Similar problem with lang files.
If the dates are original it will be for example easier to identify
the version of translation files which has a misspell or something like that.
Another reason - consistency with apache and the other programs
Do ls -l /var/www/icons/
and the icons from apache have dates from 1996,
they have the true dates when the images were created.
Well, there are two ways to look at it then:
1. Your view regarding the dates
2. build date, then all parts of the package have the same date, and can easily
be tracked as well.
Both of these have the same results, even though the dates aren't from the tarball.
In all packages like: apache, netscape, wv, control-panel, etc.
images and translations have the original date from tar sources.
Not all of them preserve the dates. But, I'll do this since you really, really
want me to :)
There is a problem with analog-4.13-3 (from rawhide).
The images prefix in logreports now set to
Because there is no / in the beginning
it works only if logreport is the the server root directory.
In case if logreport is in the other directory
then analogimages/ is just appended to that
original URL and image is not fond.
The fix is to make URL absolute (add / in the beginning of image prefix)
in the program.
Also, another problem:
The file /var/www/html/anlgform.html
has correct URL img src="/analogimages/analogo.gif" alt="",
but this file seems have the directory wrong in another place:
<input type=hidden name="IMAGEDIR" value="/images/">
(the value gas correct / in the beginning, but it should be /analogimages/,
OK. This is should be fixed (I think it is anyway) in the -4 release of the
package. It should show up in rawhide the next time it's updated.