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[Bug 180066] Request: Inclusion of a ruby template file



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Summary: Request: Inclusion of a ruby template file


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=180066





------- Additional Comments From ville skytta iki fi  2006-02-05 09:01 EST -------
(In reply to comment #4)
> Well, I agree with you, but concerning the License tag I like to put some kind
> of comment into the file to clarify the license issue. Or do you suggest to
> correct this in case someone commits a new package?

I don't think there's any need for clarification/correction.


> I am not sure what the reasoning behind this python-abi = %(...) is, but what
> I need to check is, that ruby is >= 1.8

Actually, if it's like in perl/python, one needs to require a version of
ruby-libs that the package works with, including ruby-libs loading extensions
from the versioned install dirs.  >= 1.8 is probably incorrect, because I guess
ruby 2.0 won't load extensions from the 1.8 dirs.  The ruby-libs package could
provide for example ruby(abi) = 1.8, and in that case the scriptlet from your
original specfile would be ok I think (obviously changed to require ruby(abi) =
...).

Currently, I think the best that can be done is to use dir based dependencies,
%{ruby_sitelib} for noarch, %{ruby_sitearch} for non-noarch.

I've committed the template from comment 7 to CVS with the dir based deps and
other minor modifications, please submit further changes as diffs against the
fedora-rpmdevtools in the fedora (note: not extras) repository,
http://cvs.fedora.redhat.com/viewcvs/fedora-rpmdevtools/?root=fedora

I wonder if a 'export CFLAGS="$RPM_OPT_FLAGS"' should be put to the spec
template's %build section (to honor $RPM_OPT_FLAGS like in perl/python).

Also, is it possible to include something better than the comments in %files,
for example stuff like in the perl spec template?

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