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Re: [Fedora-packaging] PHP packaging policy notes

On 7/4/06, Tim Jackson <lists timj co uk> wrote:
Christopher Stone wrote:
> On 7/4/06, Christopher Stone <chris stone gmail com> wrote:
>> BTW, I have updated my pear spec template
>> http://tkmame.retrogames.com/fedora-extras/spectemplate-pear.spec to
>> %ghost %{peardir}/.* rather than rm'ing them during the install.
> %exclude might be better here, I think %ghost might try to remove them
> on uninstall, but I'm not sure why pear puts them there to begin with?

Because when we do stuff in RPM build roots, PEAR has nowhere to write
its package data (e.g. list of installed packages) so it sets up all
those files. They are not needed in any way.

Arguably the --packagingroot option should omit the generation of these
files full stop. Might be worth discussing upstream.

Yes, please, we should not have to deal with this in every single pear
spec file.

> Either way, I think those files should be in either %exclude or
> %ghost rather than rm'd during the install process.

I'm not sure what difference it makes whether they are rm'd or excluded.
They certainly don't want to be %ghost.

I'll change the spec to %exclude and then we can just remove that once
upstream fixes pear/pecl commands from generating those files.

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