[Fedora Robotics] Player 3.0.0 packages
richmattes at gmail.com
Sat Nov 7 20:45:21 UTC 2009
It looks like boost got split up into a lot of sub-packages for F13, see
http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=136696. It looks
like if you add the package boost-thread for the F13 we should be ok.
I'm slowly getting gearbox in shape. I have a pending review request,
but I've been coordinating with their developers recently. I shared the
changes i made to cmake to install to lib64, but that changes a few of
the config files they have. I pointed it out to them, and they said
they'll go ahead and fix it. I also got them to clarify their licenses,
so I have to update that in my .spec too. Once they fix the cmake
stuff, I might try making a package based on a subversion snapshot until
they come out with a new release. I also have a few packaging
questions. I asked the fedora-packaging list this week, but they
I'll try pinging them again today.
Now that the Player package is in, I'll start working on Stage.
Tim Niemueller wrote:
> Hi all.
> The Player 3.0.0 packages have been committed, built (for F-11, F-12 and
> F-13), and submitted to update-testing for F-11, go have a look.
> Based on input of the recent thread the config files are still in
> /etc/player. Arguments for and against it weighing out pretty even my
> reasoning is that anywhere in /etc is where most people will start
> looking for config files, even if they are meant to be templates, and
> especially if they used the Player 2 package already. After all, the
> Apache config for example is also a giant template for your stuff...
> The package does not build for the devel branch (F-13) at the moment
> (cf. https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=140037). See
> the build.log of the failed tasks. It says it cannot find boost_thread
> while boost-devel is included in the BuildRequires (and according to
> root.log it's installed just fine). Need to have a closer look what the
> problem is, suggestions welcome.
> Rich: sorry, took longer for time constraint reasons to get the stuff
> pushed. How are your review requests/sponsoring doing?
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