Although the spec notes that the asciidoc files were removed, BuildRequires
still lists "asciidoc". There doesn't appear to be any need for that.
Created attachment 158349 [details]
Remove asciidoc build requirement
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It still looks to me like the documentation is distributed pre-built. Neither
asciidoc nor xmlto are required to build the package.
Created attachment 325105 [details]
Updated patch for 1.0.2
You are right. An updated patch is attached.
Fixed in 1.0.2-3
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