Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 967165
libreoffice-pyuno missing in @libreoffice packagelist
Last modified: 2014-03-16 23:33:47 EDT
libreoffice-pyuno is needed to run python based extensions like MRI-tool etc. As much as it provides an environment for developers creating python extensions, users also need it to run ready-made python based extensions.
Packages to be added:
Need to be present for arches:
see also Bug 966796
Caolan, David - opinions?
I didn't even know there was such a group till now :-) We already have a metapackage for installing most of libreoffice.
To summarize my suggestions:
1. drop -bsh, -pyuno, -rhino and -headless from @libreoffice-development
2. drop -xsltfilter from @libreoffice
3. add -emailmerge to @libreoffice
4. add -base and -pyuno to @libreoffice as optional
How does an "optional" comps entry affect "createrepo -g GROUPFILE"?
Will the package get pulled in during release composes containing libreoffice?
It would be odd to go running yum to install -pyuno after booting a live media with the office suite
It doesn't affect the operation of createrepo. The package itself would not be pulled into the live image, nor would it be on the DVD. (It's obviously still in the everything repo.)