[Bug 166023] Review Request: BibTool. Tool for manipulating BibTeX data bases

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Summary: Review Request: BibTool. Tool for manipulating BibTeX data bases


ed at eh3.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
                URL| http://www.gerd-           |http://www.gerd-
                   |ibTool.en.html              |ibTool.en.html
             Status|NEW                         |ASSIGNED
         AssignedTo|gdk at redhat.com              |ed at eh3.com
OtherBugsDependingO|163776                      |163779
              nThis|                            |

------- Additional Comments From ed at eh3.com  2005-09-01 21:54 EST -------
Hi Patrice, heres a quick review:

small things easily fixed:
 - rpmlint reports:
     E: BibTool wrong-script-interpreter 
        /usr/share/doc/BibTool-2.48/Perl/bibtool.pl "/usr/local/bin/perl"
     E: BibTool wrong-script-interpreter 
        /usr/share/doc/BibTool-2.48/Tcl/bibtool.tcl "/usr/local/bin/tclsh"
 - specfile uses a mix of tabs and spaces

 - source matches upstream
 - naming is OK
 - license looks OK and is in %doc
 - builds in mock on FC-4 and runs without segfaults
 - specfile is very simple and legible
 - dir ownership is OK
 - code not content
 - no *.la or any shared libs
 - very simple and clean package

While the two rpmlint warnings are annoying, I don't think that they're 
blockers.  It would be nice if you (please!) created a patch so that the 
two rpmlint errors are fixed -- and thus the two examples would work 
automatically (someone could just copy them into their home dir and add 
execute permissions to use them).  But, its something you can do after 
importing the package into CVS.


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