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Re: docs packaging



On Tue, Jun 20, 2006 at 06:40:46AM +0200, Eric Tanguy alleged:
> Hi all, i'm trying to modify the libupnp spec file to include the
> programming doc i forgot at the beginning.
> My problem is where to put the doc and if i have to split it in the 2
> packages (libupnp and libupnp-devel).
> In the doc build by the package i have LICENSE NEWS README THANKS TODO
> UPnP_Programming_Guide.pd and a directory examples/
> Either i put all this stuff in usr/share/doc/libupnp-1.4.0-1/ in the
> devel package (which is the easier to do) or
> usr/share/doc/libupnp-1.4.0-1/ containing LICENSE NEWS README THANKS
> TODO in libupnp package and usr/share/doc/libupnp-devel-1.4.0-1/
> containing UPnP_Programming_Guide.pdf and examples/ in devel package.
> But for the second solution (which seems the better solution to me) i
> have to create directory
> (RPM_BUILD_ROOT/usr/share/doc/libupnp-devel-1.4.0-1/) and mv
> UPnP_Programming_Guide.pdf and examples/ in it at the end of make
> install. It makes the spec file a bit ugly...
> What do you think of this ?
> Thanks
> Eric

What's the matter with 2 %doc macros?
%files
%doc LICENSE NEWS README THANKS TODO

%files devel
%doc UPnP_Programming_Guide.pdf examples

Either way, "better solution" beats "pretty spec file" any day.

-- 
Garrick Staples, Linux/HPCC Administrator
University of Southern California

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