[Fedora-packaging] Java packaging of Bluecove

François Kooman fkooman at tuxed.net
Wed Jan 14 21:01:19 UTC 2009


I'm trying to package Bluecove (a Java stack implementation of JSR-82) 
using BlueZ [1].

Upstream has two tars: (bluecove-2.1.0-source.tar.gz) which contains 
everything needed for platforms like Windows and OS X (Apache 2 
license), and for Linux a separate tar 
(bluecove-gpl-2.1.0-sources.tar.gz) that contains some BlueZ JNI foo 
(and which is GPL licensed).

Does it make sense to put this all in one spec file/package? Bluecove 
without the "gpl" part is useless on Linux.

It would probably be cleanest to just have one spec file and one package 
that includes the jar file and the native library? But this would 
require fiddling with Source0 and Source1 and some setup macros. Are 
there any examples of this? Any advice?


[1] http://code.google.com/p/bluecove/

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