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[Bug 204975] Review Request: vigra - Generic Programming for Computer Vision



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Summary: Review Request: vigra - Generic Programming for Computer Vision


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=204975


panemade gmail com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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            Summary|Review Request: vigra -     |Review Request: vigra -
                   |Generic Programming for     |Generic Programming for
                   |Computer Vision             |Computer Vision
                 CC|                            |panemade gmail com




------- Additional Comments From panemade gmail com  2006-09-05 07:30 EST -------
{Not Official Reviewer}

- rpmlint on SOURCE rpm is NOT silent
rpmlint -iv vigra-1.4.0-1.src.rpm 
I: vigra checking
W: vigra invalid-license MIT/X11
The value of the License tag is invalid.  Valid values are:
"Academic Free License", "Adaptive Public License", "Apache License", "Apache
Software License", "Apple Public Source License", "Artistic", "Attribution
Assurance License", "BSD", "Computer Associates Trusted Open Source License",
"CDDL", "CPL", "CUA Office Public License", "EU DataGrid Software License",
"Eclipse Public License", "Educational Community License", "Eiffel Forum
License", "Entessa Public License", "Fair License", "Frameworx License",
"GPL", "LGPL", "Historical Permission Notice and Disclaimer", "IBM Public
License", "Intel Open Source License", "Jabber Open Source License", "Lucent
Public License", "MIT", "CVW License", "Motosoto License", "MPL", "NASA Open
Source Agreement", "Naumen Public License", "Nethack General Public License",
"Nokia Open Source License", "OCLC Research Public License", "Open Group Test
Suite License", "Open Software License", "PHP License", "Python license",
"Python Software Foundation License", "QPL", "RealNetworks Public Source
License", "Reciprocal Public License", "Ricoh Source Code Public License",
"Sleepycat License", "Sun Industry Standards Source License", "Sun Public
License", "Sybase Open Watcom Public License", "University of Illinois/NCSA
Open Source License", "Vovida Software License", "W3C License", "wxWindows
Library License", "X.Net License", "Zope Public License", "zlib License",
"Design Public License", "GFDL", "LaTeX Project Public License", "OpenContent
License", "Open Publication License", "Public Domain", "Ruby License", "SIL
Open Font License", "Charityware", "Commercial", "Distributable", "Freeware",
"Non-distributable", "Proprietary", "Shareware".
If the license is close to an existing one, you can use '<license> style'.

=> I think you better write MIT only in License tag

W: vigra rpm-buildroot-usage %build    
--docdir=%{buildroot}/usr/share/doc/%{name}-%{version}
$RPM_BUILD_ROOT should not be touched during %build or %prep stage, as it
will break short circuiting.

E: vigra configure-without-libdir-spec
A configure script is run without specifying the libdir. configure
options must be augmented with something like --libdir=%{_libdir}.

Many things need to be considered in this package SPCE file. I have modified
SPEC file will post it 

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