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[Bug 175438] Review Request: smart -- Next generation package handling tool



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Summary: Review Request: smart -- Next generation package handling tool


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=175438





------- Additional Comments From kevin kofler chello at  2006-01-26 08:47 EST -------
> Good to know there is a policy about this. Kevin Kofler, can you say if   
> there's also policy for the gui package name issue and the rpm version   
> number issue? A policy would define what to do here so we would not have   
> to argue about this matter.   
   
I don't think there is, otherwise it would have been brought up already by the   
people knowing more than me. ;-)   
   
> - Shouldn't smart-usermode obsolete smart-update and not ksmarttray? I  
> might be wrong but if you just read the decriptions you get that impression.  
  
Other ksmarttray packages are linked against smart-update, so doing what you  
suggest could cause conflicts. Obsoleting it in ksmarttray doesn't have that  
problem.  
  
> - Same goes for "install". Perhaps use the macro instead? 
> 
> - You use "touch" there. Shouldn't you require /bin/touch then? Or is there a 
> macro for it instead? 
> 
> - You use "test" there. The same thing here. Either there is a macro or you 
> should require "/usr/bin/test". 
 
I think these are base tools which can be assumed to just be there. 
 
> - You use "gtk-update-icon-cache". Shouldn't you require 
> "/usr/bin/gtk-update-icon-cache" then? 
 
That makes sense (if it isn't already being required - it's part of the gtk2 
package), it should be a Requires(post) though. 

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