Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 248432
new package request: sphinxbase [spec attached]
Last modified: 2013-01-09 23:22:44 EST
Description of problem:
Please package sphinxbase, the Open Source Speech Recognition Engine library.
This is required by sphinx3, which will be required by
Attached spec from Packager: Brixton Linux Action Group
Created attachment 159364 [details]
Are you volunteering to maintain this?
Marius got in touch with me earlier today regarding this bug, and also due to
the fact that I was playing around with building RPMs for gnome-voice control.
I am volunteering to maintain it, but I will need a good reviewer for the spec
files, since I am completely new to this whole RPM spec thingy.
Any pointers and documents on how I should go about it would be great.
I've also had a go at packaging them; specfiles and SRPMs can be seen
The spec files aren't ready to go pass the review process yet, though.
Hope this helps
Note that sphinx2 is no longer used by g-v-c in SVN
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So, is there actually a package to review here? Marius, if you want to submit a
package (and maintain it in Fedora), please supply links to a specfile and src.rpm.
If someone else wants to submit this package, please go ahead and open a ticket
of your own.
If nobody has an actual package that's ready to be reviewed, then this ticket
should be closed.