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[Bug 179940] Review Request: ruby-http-access2



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Summary: Review Request: ruby-http-access2


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=179940





------- Additional Comments From tibbs math uh edu  2006-02-28 18:22 EST -------
Here is the beginning of Ruby's COPYING file:

----
Ruby is copyrighted free software by Yukihiro Matsumoto <matz netlab jp>.
You can redistribute it and/or modify it under either the terms of the GPL
(see the file GPL), or the conditions below:
----

I'll drop my objection and leave it to the experts to decide whether that means
the license should be "GPL/Ruby Licence" or just "Ruby License".  I've been
basing my comments on Perl, where everything is GPL/Artistic.

In any case, the real problems I'm seeing is that it won't build in mock.  Here
is the tail of the build log:

/sbin/runuser -c 'rpm -Uvh --nodeps
/builddir/build/originals/ruby-http-access2-2.0.6-4.src.rpm' mockbuild
ruby-http-access2           warning: user tibbs does not exist - using root
##############################################warning: user tibbs does not exist
- using root
#warning: user tibbs does not exist - using root
###
sh: ruby: command not found
sh: ruby: command not found
sh: ruby: command not found
error: line 21: Empty tag: Requires:
Building target platforms: i386
Building for target i386
Cleaning up...
Done.

This happens directly after the "groupinstall build" phase completes; ruby was
not installed at that time.  This happens on two separate systems, one x86_64
and the other i386; both are building on both FC4 and the development branch.

Even though it's not a problem, I do wonder why you don't see the rpmlint complaint:

E: ruby-http-access2 only-non-binary-in-usr-lib

I'm running rpmlint-0.75-1.fc4.

The mock build is a killer, though; if my setup isn't busted then it implies
that you won't be able to get through the build system.  Have you tried it yourself?

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