Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 243380
Package should require yelp for its help
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:12:06 EST
This package uses yelp for its help. Therefore, it should require package yelp for its operation.
[Filed by a script; forgive him if he made a mistake for once.]
gcompris only contains developer/api information in gnome-help format (and then
only in french and bask languages), so I think that requiring yelp is overkill
in this case, closing as not a bug.
Good work on the auto filing of these bugs! I got 4 of them and I actually do
not have yelp installed, resulting in not working help menu entries in the 3
All of these bug reports are (most likely) wrong. The package should NOT
require yelp. We went through effort to ensure that yelp is not a requirement
for the desktop.
You should ask yourself: will the package fail to work if yelp is not installed?
If not, do not require yelp.
If you have already committed this fix blindly, I ask that you consider undoing
it so derivative projects can continue using your package without help if they
We have added yelp to the default install via comps so that all installs get
yelp by default unless they specifically ask for it to be removed. We should
honor that. Please undo your changes if you have made them and/or mark this bug