Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 465346
Updating libctl to 3.0.3
Last modified: 2009-07-15 02:58:10 EDT
Description of problem:
libctl is in version 3.0.2
# yum install libctl
$ rpm -q libctl
I'm actually trying to package meep for personnal use (and Fedora inclusion if easy enough) but it actually needs libctl 3.0.3 wich isn't yet in Fedora 9.
Thanks for your help
Created attachment 319293 [details]
meep spec file
Hi Michael, I packaged libctl and libmatheval for Fedora because I wanted
to get meep packaged as well. Attached is a slightly out-of-date meep
spec file and perhaps (?) it will be helpful for you.
And yes, I'll look into upgrading libctl. I should have some time next
I'm still unsponsored so if I package meep, I'll need reviews and tests (I have already a sponsor waiting for new packages). If you want I'll put you into cc.
Thanks a lot for updating libctl and for your quick answer :-)
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someone please change the release to F11. The package is still not updated.