Description of problem:
Because of libreoffice incrusion into ComputeNode we need to add mythes-*.noarch, hyphen-*.noarch and hunspell-*.noarch packages into Computenode chanell.
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We build with internal raptor, because the system one is not usable for us (comment in configure.in says: "versions before 1.0.8 write RDF/XML that is useless for ODF (@xml:base)"). The Provides are generated by rpmbuild; I do not know what can be done about that.
dtardon->jnovy: Is there a way to filter the generated Provides list?
I suppose that we could just change the redland libraries' names, e.g., add a 'lo' suffix. That would require (small) change in 3 or 4 source files, which is IMHO quite manageable...
+1 for changing the provides instead of filtering them.
dgregor said "I'll manually filter libreoffice from ComputeNode for the beta", so that part of urgent is taken care of.
caolanm->dtardon: want to have a shot at it. Disabling AutoProvides and doing that manually is real painful. Fridrich was talking about trying to do custom sonames for all the "external" libraries we have to to bundle upstream.
Same problem exists for e.g. xmlsec and other stuff we have to bundle downstream.
Done for redland libs. There is actually no problem with libxmlsec and mythes, because we build them as static archives.
dtardon->caolanm: fixed in F-16, as usual.
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