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[Bug 181534] Review Request: kst - plots scientific data



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Summary: Review Request: kst - plots scientific data


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=181534





------- Additional Comments From matt truch net  2006-02-16 15:11 EST -------
(In reply to comment #9)
> 
> Well, CCFLAGS and CXXFLAGS automatically have -g in them when you use
> %configure, but by setting them you wipe out the optimization flags.  So keep
> --disable-debug but drop the flags.

Done.

> > This only fixes the "symlink-should-be-relative" warning, but doesn't remove the
> > "dangling-symlink" warning.  Is that correct?
> 
> Well, I think 
> 
> ln -sf ../../common $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_defaultdocdir}/HTML/sv/kst/%{name}
> 
> should handle that, right?  What is the /sv/kst/ directory for though?  I don't
> have any other packages using %{_defaultdocdir}/HTML/sv/.  You'll need to own
> that too.

Directories owned.  The sv (and other) directories are for different
translations of the documentation.  If people have other documentation (in
specific) languages installed, those directories will contain translated docs
for other apps.  The dangling symlinks will be un-dangling if kde documentation
for the specific language is installed.  I don't know if this is the best thing,
but I'd really rather not have a separate package for each documentation
translation.  

Updated spec and SRPM:
http://matt.truch.net/fedora/kst.spec
http://matt.truch.net/fedora/kst-1.2.0-4.src.rpm

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