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Re: Jigdo improvements



On Tue, Jun 02, 2009 at 10:54:08PM +0200, Jonathan Martens wrote:
> Since I recently had the need to use jigdo from EPEL and stumbled on  
> some problems/defects I am directing this to the epel-devel-list, not  
> sure if it is the right target, so if this is misdirected here, please  
> be so kind as to provide me to the proper channel(s).
>
> I am using the latest jigdo released in EPEL for EL5 the moment on  
> CentOS 5.3 at the time of writing: jigdo-0.7.3-4.el5
>
> When I installed jigdo a lot of libX related packages were dragged into  
> my minimal installation. Since jigdo has a functional CLI interface  
> (jigdo-lite) and a WYSIWYG interface which is currently not fully  
> functional).
>
> Since I do my work mainly on the CLI (on a system as minimal as  
> possible) I was wondering if it would be possible to split the package  
> in a non-WYSIWYG package (containing only jigdo-lite) and a WYSIWYG  
> package (containing graphical stuff), this would save me a lot of libX*  
> related packages:

You might want to open a bug at http://bugzilla.redhat.com/ against the
jigdo component.  It looks like iburrell maintains the EPEL version as
well as the Fedora version, so it's likely you could just request that
this package split occur.

Ray


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