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Re: Spec file help



I can't remember where I found this but the attached template.spec is what I use
to create RPMS. I think it works very well :-)

HTH,
Harry

Quoting Karsten Hopp <karsten redhat com>:

*> >
*> 
*> A few comments:
*> 
*> > Source0        :
*> http://www.demonseed.net/~jp/code/netmon_applet/netmon_applet-0.4.tar.gz
*> It's better to use %{version} here. Otherwise you'd have to change the
*> version
*> at two places when you update to p.e. 0.5
*> 
*> >BuildRoot      : %{_tmppath}/%{name}-{buildroot}
*> Missing % ?                           ^
*> 
*> >./configure 				\
*> >	--libdir=%{_libdir}		\
*> >	--bindir=%{_bindir}		\
*> >	--datadir=%{_datadir}		\
*> >	--sysconfdir=%{_sysconfdir}
*> Use %configure, this sets those parameters automatically. Check
*> /usr/lib/rpm/macros so see the complete %configure macro.
*> 
*>    Karsten
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