[Fedora-electronic-lab] Re: [Fedora Electronic Lab] #23: Package qtdmm

Fedora Electronic Lab trac at fedorahosted.org
Thu Jun 11 08:11:16 UTC 2009

#23: Package qtdmm
  Reporter:  zap            |       Owner:  sherry151
      Type:  task           |      Status:  assigned 
  Priority:  minor          |   Milestone:  Fedora 12
 Component:  analog design  |     Version:  devel    
Resolution:                 |    Keywords:           
Comment (by zap):

 1. If you would look at the .desktop patch you would see why I did it :)
 it will:
    1. Change the name in menu from QtDMM to Digital Multimeter
    1. Add a description for the menu item (it will show as a tooltip if
 you keep the mouse pointer over the menu item for some time)
    1. Adds translation to Russian for the program name and description
    1. Changes icon name from /usr/share/pixmaps/qtdmm.png to simply qtdmm
 - there's no need for a fully-qualified file name, and it's prone to
  1. The .srpm has a packager name in it just because I have "%dist
 .fc9.zap" in my ~/.rpmmacros. Of course, the final version will be
 renamed, it's just for my convenience to differentiate src.rpms. Anyway
 the final .src.rpm will be rebuilt by somebody/something, or am I wrong?
  1. Fine
  1. ok about empty line separators, although I have split it in three
 blocks by sense - first block: package description, second: package
 source; third: build information. About indentions - I don't like it at
 all, and all Fedora packages I have seen don't use indentions, so
 indenting will make our RPMs inconsistent with mainline. Once long time
 ago I also was indenting everything like that but dropped this practice
 for several reasons.

 On the wiki there's a line:
 "Make sure that you mention in the 'Review Description' field that this is
 your first package, and you are seeking a sponsor"

 do I have to do this, or I have already passed the review process?

 The latest src.rpm (without .zap):

 The latest .spec will be attached shortly.

Ticket URL: <https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-electronic-lab/ticket/23#comment:11>
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