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Re: What is you fedora way to compile from git?



Il Tue, 14 Jul 2009 09:10:44 -0400, Todd Zullinger ha scritto:
 
> It depends a bit on the software you are packaging.  Some things are
> easier to install multiple versions in parallel.  An application like
> banshee may not be among them.  You might be able to install it using a
> different prefix, say /usr/local or /opt or something.
> 
> Alternately, if banshee can be built and run from the git checkout,
> that's an option.  I do this to test gtkpod quite often.  I simply leave
> out the 'make install' and run the freshly built gtkpod binary that is
> in the src dir of the gtkpod checkout.
>

Thank you, I'll try this way, seems to be good to test and enjoy the new 
bits. But for the moment I think I have to wait.
I've an error trying to get the development packages needed:
(523)-~% sudo yum-builddep banshee
...
Download dei pacchetti:
Esecuzione rpm_check_debug
ERRORE con rpm_check_debug su depsolve:
mono-addins = 0.4-6.20091702svn127062.1.fc11 is needed by mono-addins-
devel-0.4-6.20091702svn127062.1.fc11.i586
notify-sharp = 0.4.0-0.6.20080912svn.fc11 is needed by notify-sharp-
devel-0.4.0-0.6.20080912svn.fc11.i586
mono-zeroconf = 0.7.6-8.fc11 is needed by mono-zeroconf-
devel-0.7.6-8.fc11.i586
gnome-desktop = 2.26.2-1.fc11 is needed by gnome-desktop-
devel-2.26.2-1.fc11.i586


I'll investigate.
best regards, d.


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