ipython anyone?

seth vidal skvidal at phy.duke.edu
Tue Mar 1 19:23:25 UTC 2005

>I wasn't sure, I figured it was best to mark them as documentation
>anyway, but that's easily remedied.  Not including any documentation
>means the package doesn't own the doc dir and it doesn't get removed
>with the rest of the files, however. Would adding a '%dir %
>{_datadir}/blablah' be approriate? That seems a little kludgy.

I'm pretty sure the %{_datadir}/doc/%{name}-%{version} ownership is
handled by rpm within the %doc tag

>Sure, the quixote RPMS should be up shortly (just making sure they work
>on my x86_64 machine at home as they aren't noarch).  I don't currently
>package durus, but will look into it. If it's as easy to package as most
>python libraries, I don't imagine it will take very long.

good. thanks.

>The package naming guidelines page doesn't specify a name format for
>python modules, but I'm assuming the convention is similar to that for
>perl modules? i.e. python-${source_name}

yes they do:

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